November 10, 2018: A Dreadful Fairy Book from Amberjack Publishing–My middle-grade comedy fantasy novel, the first book in the series Those Dreadful Fairy Books! Books 2 and 3 are currently slated for June releases in 2020 and 2021 but that may change since the release date for the first book was moved up from June 2019 because of extreme awesomeness on the part of the amazing Amberjack crew.
October 2017: “Somebody’s Favorite Knight” in the anthology Tales of the Once and Future King—An all-ages Arthurian adventure/comedy in which Sir Kay, foster brother and seneschal of King Arthur, goes out to prove he’s more than just a “kitchen knight.”
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July 2018: “Galatea’s Lament” and “A Study in Winter” in the July 2018 issue of Scarlet Leaf Review–A poem inspired by the myth of Pygmalion and Galatea and another inspired by the view from my classroom window.
April 2018: “Window Rattlin'” in the April 2018 edition of Bards and Sages Quarterly—In this tale of rural horror, a father becomes increasingly irritated by his son’s unreasonable fear of the wind rattling at his window, but just how unfounded is that fear?
August 2017: “Anderson’s Necessaries” in Uncommon Lands—This trip back to Meadowbrook, the small town featured in “Special Collections,” takes us to Anderson’s Necessaries, the local variety store that always has exactly what everyone in Meadowbrook needs. But what exactly does Earl Anderson, the store’s proprietor, need and how will the store provide?
August 2017: “Song of Salem” in Entombed in Verse: An Epitaph for Salem—A poem about the oppression and persecution of the women killed during the Salem Witch Trials.
June 2016: “The Supervillain’s Dentist: A Lament” in issue 3 of Moonglasses Magazine—Life isn’t easy for the dentist responsible for putting poison capsules in the teeth of secret agents.
March 2016: “Special Collections” and “Oracle at Delphi Street” in The Great Tome of Forgotten Relics and Artifacts, an anthology from Bards & Sages Publishing (also available in print and ebook through Amazon)–It’s Szsaszsaratt, Dread Lord of the Ninth Pit, vs. Eva Burnhardt, small town librarian, in this fantasy/comedy.
March 2016: “Oracle at Delphi Street” in The London Journal of Fiction–A man receives prophetic advice from the graffiti on the door of a public restroom.
2006-2007: Skits “I Was a Teenage Necromancer, or Leave It to Satan” “The Mummy’s Curse/Curse of the Mummy,” “We Want Gorilla Theater!”, “The Texas Chainsaw Support Group,” “Star Trek: The Oldest Generation,” “Cereal Killers,” “Employee Appreciation/Insemination Picnic,” “Unlocking the Inner Time-Traveller,” and “Bio-Doomed!” performed by Alamo Basement
2006: “Wedding Drinking Game,” “Comic Book Shop Guide,” and “Interview with John Hodgman” in MKE Magazine