Published Writings

Short Fiction:

"Such a Lovely Girl." Involution: Stories, Poems and Essays from the first two years of Line Zero. June 2013.
-- Ebook and paperback available on Amazon.
-- First appeared in Line Zero, Volume 2, Issue 2. March 2012. Editor's Choice.

"In the Haus of Broken Toys." A Thoroughly Good Blue: New Writing from the Oscar Wilde Centre. May 2012.
-- Podcast reading available through and iTunes.

"Dinner with Leftovers." Conceptions Southwest. April 2012. 

Articles and Journalism:

"Spreading joy germs." The Durango Telegraph. 28 Nov. 2013.

"Bruin up Halloween trouble." The Durango Telegraph. 31 Oct. 2013.

"Fireworks at the Fort." Review of You Can't Take It With You at Fort Lewis College. The Durango Telegraph. 24 Oct. 2013.

"Surviving the American apocalypse." The Durango Telegraph. 3 Oct. 2013.

"Hey, let's put on a peep show." The Durango Telegraph. 11 July 2013.

"Breaking the Cycle." New Mexico Mercury. 8 July 2013.
-- "Breaking the Cycle followup: David Byrne's Bicycle Diaries." 16 July 2013. Originally published here, 15 July.

"How the Grinch learned aikido." The Durango Telegraph. 27 June 2013.

"Catching the clap." The Durango Telegraph. 13 June 2013.

"The Irrational Resolutionist." The Durango Telegraph. 23 May 2013.

"Drinking Games in the Colorado Basin." New Mexico Mercury. 7 May 2013.

"Toxic Stalemate on the Animas River." New Mexico Mercury. 4 April 2013.

Short Nonfiction:

"Pepper's Last Gift." Chicken Soup for the Soul: It's Christmas! Oct. 2013.


"Believing in Human Potential: An Interview with Ian Tregillis." New Mexico Mercury. 9 May 2013.

"An Interview with Sheri S. Tepper." Mythprint vol. 48 nos. 8 and 9. 2011. (with Dr. Leslie A. Donovan.)

"An Interview with Daniel Abraham." Mythprint vol. 48 no. 6. 2011.


"The Morality of Orcs." The Grey Book: Online Journals of Middle-earth, vol. 3. 2007.

"Satan and The Silmarillion: John Milton's Angelic Decline in J. R. R. Tolkien's Melkor." The Grey Book: Online Journals of Middle-earth, vol. 1. 2005.
-- Also appears in The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference. Ed. Sarah Wells. Tolkien Society, 2008.