Other publications


Besides the books available at Unicorn Productions and the Curated Anthologies, my stories have been published in a number of other publications.

Pulphouse #5

The Phantom Games

Breathe (paperback and eBook)

COLLABORATION ANTHOLOGIES

Rocketpack Adventures

Ten thrilling tales of action and adventure with humans and non-humans donning rocket and jetpacks to take on the future, the past, and alternate universes to defeat evil in all its forms. These exciting stories reignite a genre of science fiction taking readers on a journey of imagination where they will meet citizens of Atlantis struggling for dominance, a jousting tournament in the 42nd century, a young girl living in a steam punk reality, mind bending artificial intelligences far beyond what we know today, a trip back in time to World War II, pulp heroes fighting for truth and justice, and a tale about dragons and jetpacks that will leave you wanting more. Jet across time and space with these talented authors to discover the unexpected in these Rocketpack Adventures!

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Yearning to Breathe Free

We have all seen the pictures, heard the stories, and witnessed the crisis at the southern border of the United States. In the face of an influx of immigrants, particularly children and families, Customs and Border Patrol has housed children in wire-enclosures, providing only an aluminum blanket to sleep under and little to no access to other basic necessities. It is difficult to watch, especially when one is not certain about how to assist.

As writers, we often wonder what we can do to make a difference in the world. Participating in projects like YEARNING TO BREATHE FREE is one of those things we can do – putting our pens and keyboards to work for a good cause, and giving writers and readers an opportunity to act. All profits from the sale of YEARNING TO BREATHE FREE will be donated to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), a non-profit charity who has led the fight in making sure that immigrants in detention centers have access to legal protection, ensuring that those detained can gain access to basic goods and services.

The stories in YEARNING TO BREATHE FREE reach across genre borders, touching on themes of family, immigration, hardship, and times of darkness and desperation; but, most important, deliver a sense of hope, shining a light – however small – in the darkness.

Includes stories by Leslie Claire Walker, Lauryn Christopher, Kate Pavelle, V. Castro, S.L. Edwards, Sam Schreiber, Michael Brueggeman, Barbara G.Tarn, James Matthew Byers, Brooke Warra, Diana Deverell, Chris Abela, Erica Ruppert, Dashiell Crowe, E.B. Wheeler, Sarah Barrett, Fulvio Gatti, and Emma Lee. Edited by Lyn Worthen.

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The following series of anthologies has its own web page!

An Interpretation of Moles (Blaze Ward Presents 001)

Moles. Seriously? Yes. Mostly seriously. Chemists, Zoologists, Dermatologists, Government Agencies, and Mexican Food. Over a dozen modern authors offer their take on an Interpretation of Moles. Every kind, every definition. From silly to sublime, this anthology takes you on a wild ride, where the only rule was that it had to include moles. And to be entertaining. Come revel with us.

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I Like My Science…MAD (Blaze Ward Presents Book 2)

I like my science…mad.

How mad, you ask? Come with us on a twisted journey of science gone wrong and gods rising to threaten us all. Of private detectives on the moon and dieselpunk ladies saving the day. Academics making dark pacts and taking vengeance into their own hands.
Mad.

The second Blaze Ward Presents anthology asks writers and readers to envision mad science and entertain us all.

They succeeded. Come see.

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Nuns With Guns (Blaze Ward Presents Book 3)

Nuns With Guns.

Nuns. With Guns.

I challenged folks to give me a story with that as their theme. Here are nearly twenty authors who answered that crazy call, ranging from fantasy to science fiction. Modern. Historic. Urban fantasy and gritty realism.

Come with me on an amazing journey into other lands and other minds, as we explore what it means to first become a nun, and then to take up the sword.

Or the gun.

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Part of the Blaze Ward Presents anthology series, be sure to pick up “An Interpretation of Moles” and “I Like My Science…MAD!” wherever you get your books.

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Cloak and Dagger (Blaze Ward Presents Issue 4)

Cloak And Dagger.

These words were the inspiration, the dare I put to the writers out there. Create for me art on that theme. They responded with music, words, and excitement.

Science fiction, urban fantasy, or sword and sorcery fantasy. Come explore the many places that twenty-odd visionaries went when they heard those words and enjoy all the bright and dark places you might go.

Part of the Blaze Ward Presents anthology series, be sure to get them all wherever you get your books: An Interpretation of Moles, I Like My Science…MAD!, and Nuns With Guns.

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Crime and… (Blaze Ward Presents: Issue 5)

Crime And…

I challenged folks to give me a crime story with a one word title that could complete that phrase above.
Many answered, and nearly twenty made the final cut, from coziest fun to darkest noir, always with Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment in the back of their minds.
Historic tales sent in mid-Twentieth Century Los Angeles or Budapest. Modern mysteries from small towns to Appalachia to the big city.
Crime takes many forms. Where will it take you?

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