FICTION & POETRY
"Wild Hunt," Alternate Plains: Stories of Prairie Speculative Fiction, Darren Ridgley & Adam Petrash (eds), Great Plains Publications, (October,2021). You can buy the anthology from the publisher here.
"Cold War", On Spec Magazine, (Summer 2019, issue #111, vol 30(1)). Buy it from the publisher either via subscription or single issue here.
"Ursa Major", Stupefying Stories 1.15 (August 2016), Bruce Bethke (ed), Rampant Loon Media. You can buy it on Amazon here.
“Storm Wife”, On Spec Magazine, (Summer 2015, issue #101, vol 27(2)). Buy it from the publisher either via subscription or single issue here.
"Fireweed", Horrific History: An Anthology of Historical Horror, Robert Helmbrecht (ed). Hazardous Press (Winter, 2013). You can buy the anthology on Amazon here.
"The Illumination of Cypher-Space", Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales, Julie Czerneda & Susan MacGregor (eds). Calgary: EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing. (August, 2011). YA fantasy, short story in award winning Canadian annual anthology series. You can buy the anthology from the publisher here.
"Salmon Run", Spring editions of The Lorelei Signal (April-June edition,2011) online journal and Mystic Signals (May, Issue 10, 2011), Carol Hightshoe, editor, both published by WolfSinger Publications. Fantasy short story. Buy it from Amazon here.
"Threads of Saffron," Augur Magazine, (November, 2021, issue #4.1). Buy it from the publisher here.
“There is a Season" (September 18, 2018), PodCastle 540: Flash Fiction Extravaganza! The Three Phases of Equinox. Online podcast journal. Fantasy flash fiction. Read for free here.
"Of Jewels and Birds”, Melusine, or Woman in the 21st Century. Janelle Elyse Kihlstrom (ed). Fall/Winter 2011 edition. Online journal. Literary flash fiction. Read for free here.
“Sunday Night” (September, 2010), MicroHorror, Nathan Rosen, Editor. Online journal, now sadly closed. Horror flash fiction.
“Quantum Disentanglement” (November, 2010), MicroHorror, Nathan Rosen, Editor. Online journal, now sadly closed. Horror flash fiction.
I do have a publication history, peer reviewed and technical, in the areas of mental health, public/community health, and qualitative research methods (critics might say these areas qualify as speculative fiction).
For more on my non-fiction, see my CV.