The Blackening of Flesh (Post Mortem Press): in the summer of 1984, a lonely high school graduate’s house is inhabited by the ghosts of five Prohibition-era gangsters–who are planning more than a heist … or a haunting.


Losing Touch (Post Mortem Press): an unemployed family man tries to take control of his life with his newfound ability to walk through walls. Featuring a foreword by New York Times-bestselling author Piers Anthony.


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Qualia Nous (Written Backwards): science-fiction anthology including “Cataldo’s Copy”, in which a widowed neuroscientist creates a robotic duplicate of himself. Also features “The Jaunt” by Stephen King.

Chiral Mad (Written Backwards): Twenty-eight psychological horror stories brought together in one volume, including “Mirror Moments”, about two printer’s devils and a single second chance.

51m-JdZGNQL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_The Ghost Is the Machine (Post Mortem Press): steampunk-inspired anthology including a tale by World Fantasy Award℠-winner Joe Hill and my story, “The Talent’s in the Bones” about a boy and his piano.

44 Lies by 22 Liars (Post Mortem Press): fifty-nine stories (by twenty-nine authors), each about a thousand words or less. Features my flash pieces “Chief Chatzahoaken” and “The Lightning Makes a Stop”.

Shrieks and Shivers (Post Mortem Press): anthology featuring 1930s carnival yarn “Center Stage Sideshow”. Foreword by John Russo (Night of the Living Dead). Named among The Best Horror of the Year (2015) by Ellen Datlow.

A Feast of Frights (The Horror Zine Books): dark fantasy, mystery, pure suspense and classic scares. My story, “Clawed Sod”, appears alongside the work of and Joe R. Lansdale, Susie Moloney, and the late Tom Piccirilli.

51Dd0UX4YeL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_The Best of The Horror Zine (The Horror Zine Books): this British Fantasy Award-nominated online magazine presents some of the most popular stories from its early print anthologies including my first major acceptance, “Bast”.

Gothic Blue Book V (Burial Day Books): inspired by 18th century ‘sixpenny shockers’ with stories of institutional horror, including “Knitting Away Eternity” and a contribution from Bram Stoker Award®-winner Maria Alexander.

Zippered Flesh 2 (Smart Rhino): body horror anthology featuring a pair of Bram Stoker Award®-nominated short stories in Michael Bailey’s “Primal Tongue” and Lisa Mannetti’s “The Hunger Artist”, as well as my own “The Little Things”.

51KS7UWZASLSo It Goes (Perpetual Motion Machine): inspired by the gallows humor of science-fiction author Kurt Vonnegut. Includes work by James Dorr, T. Fox Dunham, Jay Wilburn, and my story, “The Fountain of Relative Youth”.

Lost in the Witching Hour (Breaking Fate): fourteen tales inspired by classic ghost stories of the past, featuring my homage to the American Romanticism of Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, and Poe in “Crybaby Bridge”.

Fortune: Lost and Found (Omnium Gatherum): not all fortunes are made of money. In “The Plagiarist’s Wireless”, a rock journalist discovers the reason why a seminal band broke up in the 1970s.

For When the Veil Drops (West Pigeon Press): anthology of dark and brooding stories from Doug Murano, C. Bryan Brown, Lydia Peever, A.A. Garrison, and more, including and my short story, “724”.

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