I have some academic titles above but I am now working primarily in fiction and have a story in a forthcoming anthology from Cemetery Dance titled Forsaken, edited by Mark Onspaugh and Joe McKinney.

I recently published my own short story The Day Jimi Hendrix Died - it's available on Amazon.  Set in the hills surrounding New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee, this poignantly hilarious coming of age story documents the growing pains of a young girl as she wrestles with the nature of love, betrayal and exile in the summer of 1970.

In more of my own personal writing news, I am working on a series of novels set on the Central Coast and am in early production on a collection of my non-fiction essays on topics such as special effects, virtual worlds, amateur versus professional production values in advertising, the roots of rap and the call to sharing real stories by real people.  Expected publication for the non-fiction collection is late 2014.

I am currently at work as editor and book designer on a series of books from Mark Onspaugh.  The first release, Christmas Ghost Stories: a collection of Winter Tales, has been a quiet sleeper with year round sales, especially in the UK.   Dark Valentines and Tales From Tomorrow are available as well. A Mayhem of Monsters and Z Is For Zombie will be released in 2017, under the imprint in formation Dark Ride Press.