I’m working on some new projects and can’t wait to update here with the latest. Visit my Goodreads page to see a more comprehensive list of past RPG and fiction writing!
Published in 2010, this is an authorized guide and companion book to the hit television series, Glee. While I admit the show quickly lost me after the first season, I still unapologetically enjoy what it was when the series first began. I also enjoyed it as a high-school and college show choir performer. Rather than an essay, I wrote a guide on how one might start up a local school or community performance group.
Published in 2010, In the Hunt explored the characters, world, and monsters of the television series Supernatural. While other authors in the collection explored the characters and relationships, I tackled the more practical problems of fighting evil on a budget with my essay “Blue Collar Ghost Hunters.” I look at the established rules for dealing with spooks and ghouls based on the show and examine the practicalities of hustling pool and engaging in identity theft for a good cause.
This collection of poetry and flash-fiction explores the Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft in ways both serious and ridiculous. I’m honored to share these pages with the likes of Elaine Cunningham, James Dorr, Karl Elder, Matt Forbeck, Kenneth Hite, Scott R. Jones, Geoffrey A. Landis, Rick Powell, Stephen D. Sullivan, Deborah Walker, and many more! My contribution, titled, “Restless,” is a piece of flash-fiction about a deep sleeper who is quite cross at being awakened by pests.
This collection of poetry and flash-fiction explores the Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft in ways both serious and ridiculous. My short fiction, “The Ultharian” is an examination of a classic Lovecraft short story from a decidedly different, and feline, point of view. If you love cats or find them unsettling, this is the story for you.
This collection of poetry and flash-fiction examines and plays with the tradition of vampires … from the silly to the terrifying and perverse. My 100-word story, “Reflections,” plays with double-meaning (as I often do) and can be read from multiple points of view. My editor told me it had bite.
Published in 2004, this was an anthology for the Dragonlance setting with stories taking place during and after the War of Souls storyline. The pages are graced with authors such as Richard Knaak, Douglas Niles, Jeff Grubb, and more! My story, “At the Water’s Edge,” explores a marriage gone horribly wrong in the wake of the elvish exodus.