My short story, “Spindles,” was published in the Hugo-nominated Lightspeed Magazine in Fall 2012.
I continue to send out stories to other publications.
In the mean time, I’ve written a few nonfiction articles that inform my thinking on fantasy and fiction in general. My studies of literature have focused mostly upon mythology, which is an essential topic for any fantasist to be thoroughly versed in–both in terms of the narratives themselves and the theoretical work that has been done. Please feel free to peruse them and send me a message.
Children from Another World: This is a discussion of how ‘chosen one’ narratives both make use of religious imagery from other sources and become examples of religious mythology in and of themselves.
Roaring Rampages of Revenge: This is a discussion of Euripides’ play “Medea,” which attempts to put the old story in conversation with Tarantino’s Kill Bill, which I consider to be a great fantasy story. This article was presented at a number of Classical Studies conferences.