Americana Fantasy, 2002
He left them for dead. Now he’s their only hope.
Big Walter doesn’t want to be a hero anymore. He spent his youth prowling through the dark, and punching back whatever crawled out of it. Of course, he had friends then—a one-eared do-gooder, a serpent-tongued fire mage, the town belle, and a scab-kneed night elf—all guarding their Midwestern town of New Haven. Before they all fell apart. Before Walter had enough of being the big, dumb brute. Before he left, and finally found peace.
But now, something is calling him home. The darkness has grown stronger, New Haven is undefended, and worst of all, Walter can hear his friends screaming in his mind. But going back means more than trudging through the icy winter and the slithering night. He must return to his youth, relive the joys of friendship and community, and suffer old heartaches anew. Only then can he answer the hard questions: what really happened to those blissful years? What’s waiting for him out in the darkness?
And is there enough time to set it right?
Supernatural Fantasy, 2017
Some people can fly. Some can see impossible distances. Some can change their appearance, control the elements, or run at incredible speed. Charlie Ferris can kill with a touch. Contrary to what the superhuman government believes, Charlie has no dreams of world domination or mass murder. Neither does he wish to pretend his powers don’t exist. He wants to use his abilities for good, but how? As the immortal years pass, Charlie fears that villainy is the only option for the master of death. But when an undying army appears at their doorstep, the superhuman authorities have no choice but to call on a professional killer. Charlie wants to believe that this is his chance to prove he’s a good guy, but sparks fly at every encounter. When harassment mounts and prejudice backs him into a wall, The Ferryman must decide what is more important: a good reputation…or goodness?
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Short Stories/Flash Fiction
Splickety magazine, March 2016
Microfiction about a news story that never happened.
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Splickety Love magazine, November 2015
Romantic flash-fiction about two friends calling each other out on their married-by-thirty pact.
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Bizarre New World Anthology
Short comic about how dull flying his become now that everyone can do it. Part of the Bizarre New World comic universe.
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