Upcoming Podcast:

The Island

My short horror story “The Island” will appear as a podcast from Creepypod.

What’s behind the disappearances at the local lake?

Air date TBA

Upcoming Anthology:

Anna Karenina Isn’t Dead

An anthology from Improbable Press, where literary heroines survive their stories.

Featuring my story “Love Knot,” based on Alfred Noyes’s poem The Highwayman.

I gave Bess five minutes’ notice of the soldiers’ arrival, and she did the rest. Publishing early 2024

Upcoming Anthology:

Sherlock is a Girl’s Name

An anthology from Clan Destine Press

Featuring my story “The Case of the Man Who Wasn’t Dead”

Modern-era medium Sherlock Holmes solves the murders of the dead who contact her via her spirit guide, Jane Watson, a nurse who died in 1944. 

Publishing date TBA

Now Available:

Seaside Gothic, Issue 4

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Seaside Gothic, a magazine of gothic literature at the border of sea and land

Featuring my story “The Lifeboat”

Cousins looking to scatter their grandfather’s ashes make an unsettling discovery in a sea cave. 

Clamour and Mischief

Shortlisted for a 2022 Aurealis Award!

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Clamour and Mischief  brings a veritable storytelling of crows to the corvidae, the bird family known for intelligence and cunning and for their connection with folklore and urban legends.

Featuring my story “Branwen and the Three Ravens”

The creepy adventures of a woman attempting to free her brothers from a curse.

Author interview ; Author reading

From Clan Destine Press

Queer Weird West Tales

Shortlisted for a 2022 Aurealis Award!

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Frontiers have always attracted the Other – where they find that the Other is always already there. These 22 stories explore what happens when queer characters encounter weirdness on the edge of the worlds they know.

Featuring my story “The Train Ticket”

A man finds himself holding a train ticket to Hell after accidentally attempting to rob a ghost train.

Author interview

From LIBRAtiger Press

Dark Cheer: Cryptids Emerging

Volume Blue

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Here are stories for lovers of chupacabras and hulders, griffins and gargoyles.

Here be darkly cheery tales of ancient creatures beneath still waters, in the attic, or the shadows right by the bed.

Here there be monsters.

Featuring my story “The Enfield Monster”

A human woman and her swamp monster wife adapt to the changes that old age brings to their lifelong romance.

Blog post; Author reading

From Improbable Press

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