Stories, Fictions, Imaginings
in BFS Horizons #9 (British Fantasy Society)
"There, bathed in the wriggles of the bluefin, a giant lay contorted. A hand the size of a whale tail braced in the top cinch, the opposite elbow crushing tuna in the nook of a lower bulge."
in Shallow Creek (STORGY)
"A chloroform pad for the mouth of Jack,
and a sealed-up shaft in the old tin mine.
My ghoul mask gives him nightmares forever,
but there's enough food and drink for three days."
in Humanagerie (Eibonvale Press)
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in Deracine, volume 2
"The woodcutter pulled bits of girl from the stomach of the wolf. What the hell am I doing, what the hell am I doing, what the hell am I doing..."
in The Cabinet of Heed, issue 6
"These wires, grafted harmlessly into key sensory areas of his brain, feed Moby with his very own Atlantic Ocean."
in The Shadow Booth, Vol.1
"When Gryx Gyrxsyn awoke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed into a giant Lara Croft."
in Black Static, issue 55
"Pig was reborn with skin made of bacon. He sizzles in the summer heat as farmyard noses follow scent trails, all the way to his sty."
in Ambit Magazine, issue 224
"I checked in on the troupe. They were ready. Helen swung from the front of the face, her body curled into a very convincing trunk"
in Shooter Magazine, issue 3
"The creature seems to be enjoying itself on the roof. It scuttles to the chimney and embraces the stack with all four arms."
in Structo Magazine, issue 13
"The fox has made a nest in your satellite dish and feasts on your children's fingers. You can't get a good signal. You can't keep up with the news."
in We Can Improve You (Boo Books)
"Horatio struts in with a thank-you miaow and a purr that could level mountains."
in Foxhole Magazine, issue 2
"The rabbit, Flopsy, is the cutest one the shop had. Female, probably."
in The Alarmist, issue 2
"I am Tyson forward slash Dog. My primary programme equals dog. My secondary programme equals human."
- Mayday in Twist in Time Magazine
- The Fish Who Felt No Pain on Hypnopomp
- Bug-Eyed in Schlock Quarterly, Vol. 3 Issue. 7
- Sample #1, on 365 Tomorrows
- Daylight Savings, in Dusk: Solstice Stories (Arachne Press 2017)
- The Fourteen Stages of Blasphemy, on The Real Story
- Pulse, on Mash Stories
- Lest We Forget, on Rainy City Stories
- Age Concern, on Spontaneity Magazine
- Scientists, on Spelk Fiction