bibliography

Forthcoming:

Many things, with any luck :)

Previously Published:

Novel: “Love Is the Drug.” Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, October 2014. Nominated for the Andre Norton award.

Short Story (novella): “A Guide to the Fruits of Hawai’i.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July/August 2014. Nominated for the Nebula Award for novella.

Novel: “The Summer Prince.” Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, March 2013.

Short Story: “They Shall Salt the Earth with Seeds of Glass.” Asimov’s Science Fiction, January 2013.

Novel: “Wicked City.” Thomas Dunne, April 2012 (a Zephyr Hollis novel, sequel to Moonshine).

Short Story/Novelette: “The Inconstant Moon.” Tor.com. April 4 2012 (a Zephyr Hollis novelette, prequel to Moonshine. Now available on Amazon!)

Short Story: “Their Changing Bodies.” Subterranean Magazine. Summer 2011 issue (special YA edition, edited by Gwenda Bond).

Short Story: “A Prince of Thirteen Days.” Welcome to Bordertown (anthology) edited by Ellen Kushner and Holly Black, May 2011. (Reprinted in Fantasy Magazine, May 2011).

Novel: “The Burning City.” (Book 2 of The Spirit Binders). Agate Publishing, May 2010.

Novel: “Moonshine.” Thomas Dunne, May 2010.

Novel: “Detective Frankenstein“. Graphic Universe (Lerner) in March 2011.

Short Story: “Love Will Tear Us Apart.” Zombies vs Unicorns (anthology) edited by Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier, September 2010.

Short Story: “The Yeast of Eire.” Strange Horizons, September 2009.

Short Story: “The Score.” Interfictions 2 (anthology), Fall 2009.

Short Story: “A Song to Greet the Sun.” Fantasy Magazine, Fall 2009. (Part of the winning submission package for the Speculative Literature Foundation‘s Gulliver Travel Grant).

Short Story: “Far and Deep.” Interzone #221, March/April 2009.

Novel: “The Goblin King“. Graphic Universe (Lerner) in February 2009.

Short Story: “Down the Well” in Strange Horizons, August 2008.

Novel: “Racing the Dark“. (Book 1 of The Spirit Binders). Agate Publishing, October 2007.

Novella: “Shard of Glass” in Strange Horizons, February 2005. Reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy #6, edited by David Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer. Shortlisted for the Carl Brandon Society Parallax award.

Short Story: “Third Day Lights” in Interzone issue #200, September/October 2005. Reprinted in Year’s Best SF #11, edited by David Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer.

Short Story: “Among Their Bright Eyes” in Fantasy Magazine issue #4, 2006.

Short story: “Who Ever Loved” in Arabella Magazine, December 2004

Poem: “Good for Hanging” in Chizine, Fall 2004. Honorable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror #18

Article: The Revenant of Tokyo Bay: Godzilla and the Japanese Ghost in The Internet Review of Science Fiction, March 2004.