Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
“The Whisper in the Woods,” Poems of Nature, Level 4 Press, Inc.
"Lizzie Ross," Poems of Ghosts, Evil and Superstition, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“The Visitors,” Poems of Ghosts, Evil and Superstition, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“The House upon a Hill,” Poems of Ghosts, Evil and Superstition, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“The Caution,” Poems of Romance, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“Mary’s iPod,” Modern Nursery Rhymes, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“The Mouse and the Clock,” Modern Nursery Rhymes, Level 4 Press, Inc.
“August Lakes,” Victorian Violet Press
“Whisper in the Woods,” Victorian Violet Press
“The Gypsy and the Queen,” Victorian Violet Press
“Summer Blue,” WestWard Quarterly
“Stealing a Car on a Snowy Evening,” Every Day Poets
“A Night Out,” Every Day Poets
“by bone,” Gloom Cupboard
“The Venomous Vapor,” House of Horror
"Ghost" - Poetry Super Highway
"the last" - Short, Fast and Deadly
"Ghosts" - Red Poppy Review
"Autumn Ghosts," WestWard Quarterly
“The Woman on the Beach,” Orchard Press Mysteries, Short Fiction and Poetry, July 2010
"The Invitation," Magic Cat Press, online Halloween Edition 2011
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