Stories published in 2021

It’s been a really neat past coupla weeks.

My short story “Endless Blue” was published in the amazing anthology Upon A Thrice Time, edited by Todd Sanders at Air and Nothingness Press. This is the third installment in a series of anthologies about mashed-up fairy tales. My story takes “The Day Boy and the Night Girl,” by George MacDonald, and mashes it with Grimm’s “The Blue Light.” This story is, I think, eligible for short story category awards next year. :cue nervous trembling:

Upon A Thrice Time cover ā€“ a ghostly person scratches three brightly bleeding wounds into their right hand

And earlier this week, I received my copy of the horror antho 99 Tiny Terrors, which includes my flash story “Slivers.” I’m hoping to have links to purchase very soon, but in the meantime you can check out Pulse Publishing’s other collection here.

The Book cover for 99 Tiny Terrors, a horror anthology edited by Jennifer Brozek, published by Pulse Publishing. The very hard-to-read blurb at the bottom reads '99 Tiny Terrors is an absolutely wild ride through some truly weird territory. Fast, freaky, furious, and fun! Highly recommended!' Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Ink and V-Wars.
Cover for 99 Tiny Terrors, a horror anthology edited by Jennifer Brozek.

Both editors were really freaking great to work with & I highly recommend looking at their other work. As for me, I’m SO looking forward to what next year will bring!

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