I’ve had stories appear in several anthologies, and add more every year! Here they are, with a note of what kind of story of mine it contains. Some are from an existing world, while most are one-off, standalone stories.

Click on the covers for more info about each!

Swords, Sorcery, & Self-Rescuing Damsels

Fantasy tales about women and girls who don’t need anyone to come rescue them, thank you very much. These ladies aren’t waiting, and neither should you.

Stories from twenty bestselling, award-winning, and up-and-coming authors will satisfy your need to punch some patriarchy in the face.

Unnatural Dragons

Science fiction stories about dragons, because fantasy would’ve been too easy.

This anthology contains a Maze Beset universe story featuring Bobby and the gang. It takes place after Dragons In Flight.

Into the Woods

Fantasy stories about houses in the woods, featuring authors from Myrddin Publishing.

My story is a standalone tale of forbidden love from the Reconstruction era South.

Undercurrents: What Lies Beneath

Fear and water go together. These stories feature characters facing monsters of all kinds in watery environs. Includes stories from Kevin J Anderson, Jody Lynn Nye, and Rebecca Moesta, plus art by James Artimus Owen.

Inside it, find a pirate tale from Ilauris.

Merely This and Nothing More: Edgar Allen Poe Goes Punk

Authors from around the world producing science fiction adaptations of Poe stories and poems into the various ‘punk genres, all to benefit PAWS animal rescue.

Includes my standalone cyberpunk adaption of To Helen.

Enter the Aftermath

Ack! I don’t have a cover image for this one. The stories within Enter the Aftermath all center on the world in a post-apocalyptic state. Each version offers a different apocalypse in its recent past.

My story is a standalone about a dragonslayer adapting to the world when the dragons who rose and destroyed a whole lot have all been slain.

What We’ve Unlearned: English Class Goes Punk

Another book without a cover image! As with Poe Goes Punk, What We’ve Unlearned features ‘punk adaptations of works from the public domain which are often taught in high school English classes.

For my entry, I adapted Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court into a standalone cyberpunk time travel tale.

Hideous Progeny

Another Writerpunk Press offering, this volume includes my standalone cyberpunk take on The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.