Bibliography

My growing but so far brief writing resume:
Writers of the Future Semifinalist, Q1 2008, Commended Q2 2010

1) “The Eight of Swords”, Behind the Wainscot issue #15, Tarot Card Issue, August 2008
– republished: Chiaroscuro Magazine, volume 47, April-June 2011.

2) “Teddy Bears and Tea Parties”, ChiZine, July 2009
– Audio Reprint: Drabblecast #146, January 2010
– TBTP also received several nominations for the Nebula award and at least one nomination for the Bram Stoker award, but did not make the final ballot for either.
– TBTP rec’d the #1 spot on Diabolical Plot’s “Best of Drabblecast” list
– Republished in “Best of Drabblecast” Anthology, FORTHCOMING 2012

3) “Shantih Shantih Shantih”, final issue of Farrago’s Wainscot, October 2009.

4) “A Distant Sound of Hammers”, Spectra Magazine, Issue #1, September 2010.
– Audio Reprint: Drabblecast # 194, January 2011.
– Anthology Reprint: Zombiesque, DAW Books, February 2011.

5) “Our Vast and Inevitable Deaths”, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Issue 27, March 2012

6) (Non-Fiction) “On the Writing of ‘Our Vast and Inevitable Deaths”, Orson Scott Card’s “Side Show Freaks” Blog, Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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