Publications

The overwhelming majority of my fiction can be found in my books. However, some stories have been published elsewhere, and in some cases those aren’t available anywhere else. Here’s a handy list of publications featuring my work:


Kicking and Screaming (A.T. Douglas, 2016)

Kicking and Screaming features a folk horror story of mine – “Harvest Moon” – that isn’t currently in print anywhere else. All the stories collected within were initially written for Screamprompts over on deviantART: each tackled a particular challenge of some sort or another. Mine was to complete the story without using any adverbs ending in “-ly.”


Phantasmical Contraptions & Other Errors (JayHenge Publishing, 2016)

An anthology of steampunk fiction, Phantasmical Contraptions & Other Errors features three of my Flash Fiction Month pieces: “The Fantabulous Clown Machine of London Superior,” its sequel “The Fantabulous Clown Machine of Roger’s Discount Circus,” and standalone story “Some Disassembly Required.”


Unearthly Sleuths (JayHenge Publishing, 2017)

An anthology of speculative detective fiction, Unearthly Sleuths features two stories of mine: “The Card,” which was written for Flash Fiction Month 2012 and takes place in the same London Superior setting as the Clown Machine stories, and “Noise on the Wire,” an Alterworld story not currently available anywhere else.


Myths, Monsters, Mutations (JayHenge Publishing, 2017)

An anthology of monstrous fiction, Myths, Monsters, Mutations features two of my Flash Fiction Month pieces: “Demon in a Copper Case” and “The Gilded Swan.”


Truth is Like a Lazarus; or, A Roof Bursting with Stars (University of Reading, 2017)

Edited by students at the University of Reading (where I completed my BA in English Literature), Truth is Like a Lazarus features work from people connected with the university and local area, including one of my Flash Fiction Month pieces, “Beyond the Ken of Man.”


Flash, I Love You! (PaPer Swans Press, 2017)

An anthology of flash fiction, Flash, I Love You! features my story “Dead Hand,” originally written on the final day of Flash Fiction Month 2016.

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