Monday, June 30, 2014

A Writer, Too...

Not that I've been writing much lately, but since good links are worth re-posting, I thought I would share these links to some of my written works (stories and articles) that appear on-line:

- "An Evil in Carnlinton", published in the Feb - Apr '14 Issue, February 2014 of Sorcerous Signals.

- "Father Ryan's Fright" , published in Anotherealm, November 2013.
- "From Within the Earth", published in MicroHorror, November 1, 2010.
- "Speculative Poetry: Past, Present, and Future" , published in the on-line version of Abandoned Towers, January 2009
- "The Battle of Stamford Bridge" on

Some stories and articles that I've shared directly on my blog:

-"The Redcap of Glamtallon", originally published in Cover of Darkness, Issue 14, March 2013.
- "Vengeance of the Alpe", originally published in Hungur, Issue 11, All Souls' Night 2010.
"The Abominable Snowman Snowless", originally published in The Drabbler #19: Climate Change, September 2011.
- "The Trouble With Unsolicited Messages", originally published in  The Drabbler #11, June 2008.
- "The Alp and the Schrattl", originally published in  Hungur, Issue 10, Walpurgisnacht 2010.
- "Robert the Bruce", originally published in Abandoned Towers, Issue #6, July 2010.
- "Vampiric UFOs", originally published in Hungur, Issue 7, All Souls' Night 2008.
- "The Darker Side of Fairy Lore", originally published in  Doorways Magazine, Killer Holiday Issue, Issue 4, January 2008.

Though the following are only links to where the publications may be purchased and the  publications themselves do not appear in-full on-line, here are an additional three links to publications wherein which my written works (stories or articles) have appeared:

- Disturbed Digest, Issue #4, which contains my non-fiction article "The Connection Between Fairies and the Dead".
- Bete Noire #14, which contains my horror short story "Those From the Shadows".
- January 2013 issue of Bards and Sages Quarterly, containing my wizardly short story "Sing the Bones Alive".

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