“The Hunt” can be found in Issue #12 of The Literary Hatchet
“A Most Heinous Man” was also featured in Best of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Volume 2.
“Night of the Frozen Elf” can also be found in The Undead that Saved Christmas
Check out the accompanying illustration:
“Who Remembers Molly” can also be found in Don’t Turn the Lights On. Sales of this book benefit the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah.
Capitol Public Radio (the Sacramento NPR affiliate) did an interview with me about National Novel Writing Month on their show Insight in 2006: (Listen here)
“Who Remembers Molly”, published in the January 2006 issue of The Harrow (the site appears to have been the victim of hacking, so I am reprinting the story on my site; you can find it to the right)
“The Unrevealed Tort, Revealed”, published in the July 2005 issue of Sorcery and Science (Sadly, the ‘zine has folded, but the story can be found to the right)
I’ve also put these stories online for your enjoyment. All of them are copyrighted to me, and all rights are reserved on all of them. They definitely NOT put into the public domain.
These are stories that are set in a world where vampires, mad scientists, and others roam free. I was going to call it my “Monsterverse”, but Tojo owns that title. Then I thought, “Dark Universe”, but now Universal owns that. So “My Monstrous Universe” it is.
How the Old Ones Saved Christmas
Burying Uncle Albert
Jenny Goes Home
My Brain Cell
Trying to Stay Dead
Night of the Frozen Elf
Little Fluffy Wiggletoes
The Afghan Code
Who Remembers Molly
The Unrevealed Tort, Revealed
An Interrupted Nap
Four Ways of Counting Blackbirds