Bibliography

 

Fiction

“Old Tsah-Hov,” Cassilda’s Song, edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Chaosium, 2015.

“The Prince of Lyghes,” Cthulhu Fhtagn!, edited by Ross Lockhart, Word Horde, August 2015.

“Sensoria,” Giallo Fantastique, edited by Ross Lockhart, Word Horde, May 2015.

“Resonator Superstar!” Resonator: New Lovecraftian Tales From Beyond, edited by Scott R. Jones, Martian Migraine Press, 2015.

Passage to the Dreamtime, limited edition chapbook illustrated by Kim Bo Yung, Dunhams Manor Press, Date TBA 2015.

“A Girl and Her Dog,” Xynobis, Issue #2, Dunhams Manor Press, Fall 2015.

“The Toe,” Feet, edited by Jordan Krall, Dynatox Ministries, 2014.

A Stuffed Bunny in Doll-Land,” with artist Mado PeñaWomanthology: Heroic, edited by Renae De Liz, IDW Publishing (comics)

The Courage of the Lion Tamer,” Daybreak Magazine: Near Future, Optimistic Science Fiction Stories, edited by Jetse DeVries. (read the entire story here)

“Dolly Dearest,” with artist Holly Golightly, Nightmare Theatre, Chaos Comics.

“Still Life with Peckerwood,”  with Philip Nutman, Gahan Wilson’s Ultimate Haunted House, Harper/Prism, and Cities of Night, ChiZine Press.

1654033_602157696580452_5424460346849635390_n“The Devil’s March,” with Philip Nutman, Dark Destinies 3: Children of Dracula; White Wolf.

“Balloons,” GothicNet

“Lizard Man,” GothicNet

Nonfiction

ATLRetro.com, A Comprehensive Guide to the 20th Century in the 21st Century, Chief Correspondent/Editor/Publisher.

Anya Martin has written thousands of articles which have appeared in MarketWatch.com, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, Marvel Age, Splatter Punks 2: Over The Edge (Tor), Mythic Passages, Chaos! Comics, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta NOW, Atlanta Magazine, Atlanta Style and Design, Jezebel, Georgia Trend, Maximum Rock n Roll, The Comic Buyer’s Guide, FLUX, Inside Comics, Sequitar Journal and many more.

Twilight Of The Old Gods: How political suppression gave birth to nationalism and the birth of Coptic Christianity in Egypt,” Mythic Passages.