My interview with Sage and Savant

I was recently interviewed for the podcast Sage and Savant, in conjunction with their recording of my story “To Dr. Von Lupe, Concerning the Radium”. Read the interview here, and be sure to listen to the story as well on Sage and Savant!



Listen to “To Dr. Von Lupe, Concerning the Radium” now on The Tales of Sage and Savant!

As part of a month-long sponsorship with Mad Scientist Journal, the steampunk podcast “The Tales of Sage and Savant” has recorded and published my short story “To Dr. Von Lupe, Concerning the Radium”.

Listen to this great performance by Eddie Louise, a regular cast member of Sage and Savant, and dive back into the both mad and mundane happenings in the lair of Dr. Von Lupe!


Announcing the Monday Night PlayGround series!

In great news, I have recently been accepted as a member of the Writer’s Pool for the 2017-2018 Monday Night PlayGround series with PlayGround theater in Berkeley, CA.


Every month from October through March, I will compete along with the other members of the Writer’s Pool to write a 10-page script based on that month’s theme. The best 6 short scripts will be presented in staged readings on the third Monday of the month, open for the public to see.

I will be sure to shout it from the rooftops if I happen to get a piece selected any given months, but regardless of the outcomes I am thrilled to be involved in a great community of writers and cannot wait to see what will be produced. Join me on Monday, October 16th for the first Monday Night PlayGround and see some great theater brought to life.

“Utter Fabrication: Historical Accounts of Unusual Buildings and Structures” Now for Sale!

Good news: the “Utter Fabrication: Historical Accounts of Unusual Buildings and Structures” anthology, produced by Mad Scientist Journal, is now for sale to the general public.

Edited by Dawn Vogel and Jeremy Zimmerman, the anthology contains twenty two short stories about haunted or otherwise paranormal structures, including my own story, “Can’t Be Locked Down”.


Check it out, along with previous work by Mad Scientist Journal and DefConOne Publishing.

Vote in Podcastle’s Flash Fiction Contest!

Hello everyone! So I have entered a short story in Podcastle’s recent Flash Fiction Contest, and you have the opportunity to help me out and vote in the Escape Artists forums.


All you have to do is become a member of the Escape Artists forums, and make at least one post in a thread to prove that you are not a spam bot. Then you will be able to read over all of the submissions and vote for which ones you like best.

Stories are posted anonymously and author names revealed after the competition ends, but I can tell you that my story is still in the running. So give them a read and see if you can catch my writing style among a lot of brilliant fantasy stories.

“No Shit, There I Was” Now Available for Purchase through Alliteration Ink

I am a bit late sharing this news, but the sci-fi anthology “No Shit, There I Was” by Alliteration Ink is now available for purchase for those who missed the Kickstarter. This anthology includes my own short story, “The Former Minion’s Support Group”.


Check it out and enjoy my and several authors’ stories, and lovely interior art by a wide range of artists.

Announcing my story in “Utter Fabrication” with Mad Scientist Journal

I am very happy to announce that my short story “Can’t Be Locked Down” will be appearing as a part of the Utter Fabrication anthology, published by Mad Scientist Journal.


The anthology as a whole deals with haunted or otherwise paranormal structures, from houses to hospitals to anything man made. “Can’t Be Locked Down” goes to the very, very small end of this spectrum. Have you ever wanted to read about a haunted bike rack? Well, now you can!

Find the whole table of contents here and keep your eyes peeled for the release date.