In order of most recent to oldest:
“A Cat’s Duty” in Proton Reader Issue 2
“Tofurky watched the sanitaphage scurry along the couch. His legs were tight with tension, nose and ears twitching. The smoke-smelling Panic Attack seemed completely oblivious to his presence, its four wings folded back over the baby-like face on its back, stingers lowered. The root-like antennae coming from its eyeless head waved in wide, slow arcs, while the bell-shaped mouth sucked at the air. “
“The Spare Child” in Green Inferno: The World Celebrates Your Demise from Tenebrous Press, premiere issue. (Available in Paperback!) Released July 2021
“Violent rain blurred the shore, sea, and air together. Kendra was soaked before she made it from the dock to the parking lot. She caught her cane on an invisible groove, then yelped as she went facefirst into the railing…”
“On Bricks and Bronze” in Terrifying Ghosts, released June 15, 2021 in the United States, in Hard Cover Format with gold and silver lettering
“‘Excuse me–‘ Marina Sanchez broke off in mid-sentence.”
“The man on the park bench she had started to address was gone. What was more, there was no indication that anyone had been there. She didn’t catch a flicker of movement or see somebody fleeing. There was just an empty bench, between two ginko trees, unoccupied, with no strange shadows or circumstances to account for the illusion…”
“Hand Raised in Anger” in Monsters Out of the Closet (Published NOVEMBER 30th, 2020 episode 34, Toys)
“Judy’s father took her for a ‘holiday at the seaside’, with meat pies and pasties and bulky bathing suits. Her father missed his favorite radio serial and happy hour at the pub for this, as he reminded her every half hour, so she was going to bloody well have fun…”
“With Lying Tongues, With Words of Hatred” in Night Terrors Volume 3, published September 21st, 2020, in Hard Copy, Ebook, and in Audio Book format!
“Horace the groundskeeper began by hauling the broken chunks of stone into the old wheelbarrow and righted the steel supports with his wrench. He waved away Deborah’s offer to help, leaving her hovering awkwardly by the gravesite. Pastor Drosselmeyer, young and fit though he was, made no move to assist him…”
“Drought and Blood” in Compelling Science Fiction, Issue 15, published June 1st, 2020
“Gwandoya Christianson did not look much like himself in the blurry news image. He’d always been a well-dressed, composed field scientist. This picture showed his lacerated hands clutching his face and his pants torn and ragged. Also, the Gwandoya that Amelia knew had amber-gold eyes. This person had one empty socket and one hollow filled by a nagaweed seedling, its little diamond-shaped bud trailing down like a purple teardrop…”
“Cold Dread and Hot Slices” in Coppice & Brake, published March 2020
“This was not how Lalana wanted to spend her twenty-seventh birthday, but she couldn’t ask for time off on her second working day. She needed to find a trans-friendly roommate before her ex-boyfriend kicked her off his moldy couch. She read over the list of backups again. She could do this…”
“Swear Not by the Moon” in The Binge-Watching Cure Anthology #2, Published December 27th, 2019, available in Paperback and Kindle.
“Trevor braced his back against the door. The impact shuddered down to his knees. He turned his face away from the nauseating gibbous moon and eyed the bureau. Scented candles were piled on it, but he might be able to shift it without spilling them. He didn’t want to make trouble later…”
“The Loathsome Detective” published October 25th in the online mystery magazine Over My Dead Body. Individual Story Link.
Normally, Helena Ramirez loved this graveyard. Wild honeysuckle filled the air, crickets sang, and the black headstones gleamed like mirrors. Normally, she came here to visit her grandparents, bearing flowers. Tonight she came with a bag of rancid calf brains…
“Of His Bones Are Coral Made” in April 2017, Issue 27 of Dark Moon Digest
The first fish that Nicholas Mabonson caught was not gigantic or malformed. The salmon was a perfect specimen except for its size. It was just big enough not to throw back…
“Angel, Beast and Man” in the February 2017 issue of Trysts of Fate, a magazine of paranormal romance.
Adam Schlemiel stretched face-down on the loft, all his eyes on the stage. Assistant Manager Aaron “Big Red” Cooper ambled back to his office. Adam’s coworker, KT, plopped onto a pile of sacking and tried to massage the life back into her fingers. With the lights in order and the curtain pulled back, they could just enjoy the show. Adam reached up and peeled off his shirt, because even a tailored top cramped and irritated his three-foot wings…
“The Death Mount’s Rider” republished as a podcast in Gallery of Curiosities for the special Halloween Issue.
“Bittersweet Memories” reprinted in the May 2016 issue #6 of Bloodbond.
I WAS A TEENAGE FEMINIST
A meek werewolf struggles to assert her ideals in a world of harsh realities. Available Farstrider Magazine, issue One. Issue One is here, the specific story is linked here.
Karen Fawcett shrunk behind her vampire novel as Brent sidled into the reading room. He loomed over her squat form, muscles straining against his sweat-stained wife-beater…
“Hue of Resolution” in The Death God’s Chosen from Deepwood Publishing
Rick opened the oversized refrigerator and saw his dead girlfriend. Her bulk forced the condiments against the sides, and the shelves had been stacked behind the Manzorr XL industrial fridge. “Not again,” he mumbled. “Come on, get out of there.” His girlfriend groaned and dragged her cold carcass out. She twisted her blue lips and rubbed her white eyes…
“Enjoy the Present” published 2015 in Heart Body Soul: Erotica with Character, available via Amazon or Barnes & Noble
– “The Wind Between the Worlds” in Lorelei Signal, currently on hiatus with suspended archives.
The Night Wind blew through the fissure between worlds and cooled Alicia Greenman’s fevered brow. Her body trembled with desire, lips moistened at the thought of fresh meat…
– Shade of Melancholy in This Mutant Life: Bad Company (available in print and kindle)
“I stalked down the darker side of the alley, huddled close against my fellow shadows…”
– The Waitress and the Serpent Priest in Locothology Anthology of Fantasy and Science Fiction 2012 from Loconeal Publishing (available in print)
“I kicked open the swinging door and locked eyes with my favorite customer. Andrea looked like a plump princess…”
– The Death Mount’s Rider in Issue 56 of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. (available in print, PDF, mobi and epubform.)
“A shadow tore across the desert, trailing green flame…”
– Cold Powers in Issue 1 of the (now sadly defunct) Plasma Frequency Magazine. (available in kindle or pdf)
“It began with a speck in the distance…”
– Lizzy Viscera and the Quest for the Perfect Sandwich in Cast of Wonders,episode 44, July 13th 2012. (free podcast)
“Lizzy Viscera, necromancer, master of life and death, zipped up her Lisa Frank backpack.”
– Bittersweet Memories in Cover of Darkness. January 2012. (available in print)
“I was almost seventeen when I died. It was April 30, 1956, half an hour after sunset, when the bus crashed. That must mean I’ve been around for seventy years now. It feels more like a thousand…”
– A Thanksgiving Tale in Bards and Sages Quarterly. October 2011, Issue III, Volume 4. (Available in print and kindle )
“Tammy Knocker was struck by the unreality of her situation, fifty pounds of loose soil, and half a support beam…”
– Social Parasite in Drabblecast Audiozine. September 9, 2010, B-Sides 12. (free online Podcast)
“I, Commander Cody Pendant, am asking you, Chief Neo-Eugenicist Shahven Ishtpig the Third, one last time,” the Aryan commander tossed back a shot of vodka. The glass shattered against the wall, “is Project Minnesota Condor ready?” He impatiently tapped his gun…”
– Drinking Problem in New Myths. March 2010, Issue 10. (Free and online)
“Melissa was self-conscious, as any surviving gorgon would be…”
– Chick Food in A Thousand Faces: The Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Fall 2009, Issue 10. (Print and PDF available on Lulu.com and Amazon.com)
“Sandra Cochlin slunk into the restaurant in loose clothes that revealed nothing and suggested everything…”