Check out “As Told By Things- Unique Short Stories Told by Objects”

Hello all, this is to announce that the Kickstarter for the “As Told By Things” anthology, published by Atthis Arts, is now live! Back this anthology for access to a lot of fascinating stories told from the perspective of inanimate objects, including my own piece, “Start Again”.

Where else are you going to get to read about how a sourdough starter views the world?


Check out the Kickstarter here, as well as Atthis Arts’ other work. I cannot wait to see this anthology come together, and I hope we can all make it a reality.


Come see my short play performed at Monday Night PlayGround on Jan 15th! Also, announcing my People’s Choice Award for December!

For the second month in a row, I am pleased to announce that my ten-minute play, “Sh*t Farming for Fun and Profit”, has been selected for the Monday Night PlayGround series. It will be performed in a staged reading on January 15th at Berkeley Rep, and everyone is welcome to buy a ticket and come see! This month’s performance is a collaboration with Planet Earth Arts and uses the prompt “Probable Future vs Possible Future”.


In addition, I would like to announce that my previous play, “There’s No Place Like Hell for the Holidays”, was selected for the People’s Choice Award in December. Read the first two pages here!

Thank you for everyone’s support and I cannot wait to see a second month of my work go up for Monday Night PlayGround. Come see it if you can!

Come see my short play “There’s No Place Like Hell for the Holidays” performed at Monday Night PlayGround on Dec 18th

I am happy to announce that my short play, “There’s No Place Like Hell for the Holidays”, has been chosen to receive a staged reading on Monday, December 18th as part of the Monday Night PlayGround series!

This piece was written in four days using the prompt “Home for the Holidays”. So of course I decided to add demons from Hell. My piece will be one of six readings for the night.


If you would like to see actors put on a staged reading of my piece, guided by director Lauren Spencer, you can buy tickets here for the 8pm show. In addition, this PlayGround has a special holiday celebration, a Holiday Cookie Bake-Off at 7pm. Bring your best homemade cookies and your love of the arts to see an evening of great theater.

Announcing the launch of the “Hard as Stone” Anthology, by Circlet Press

(The following post is Not Safe for Work.)

Do you like fantasy dwarves?

Do you like erotica?

Have you ever considered the combination of the two?

The “Hard as Stone: Dwarven Erotica” anthology, published by Circlet Press and edited by Julie Cox, is the perfect place to find this union. It includes my short story “Cave Dwellers”, which should satisfy all of your genderqueer dwarf porn needs.


Check it out and find all sorts of fun things dwelling in caves!

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.