Stories by Genre

I generally write without thinking very hard about genre. Consequently, this makes organizing my stories by genre somewhat difficult. Most of this should be pretty self-explanatory, but just in case:

  • “Flash Fiction” is anything under 1,000 words regardless of setting, theme, etc.
  • “Slipstream” is anything with elements of the weird, the magical, or the supernatural that doesn’t quite cross over completely into one of those genres.

Fantasy

By the Unblinking Eye

Fighting and Winning

The Strongest Feller Around

 

Flash Fiction

Becoming

Beneath the Waters of Holland Swamp

The City

A Clown by Moonlight

Done

End of the Line

Etymology

Hela

I Unmake Her

Inevitable

The Minotaur, The Labyrinth

Monologue

Mudball

My Fair Arthropod

The New Cold War

Take Off Your Shoes, Please

That Sleep of Death

Welcome to DisruptiCon

 

Horror

Agnostos Theos

Creatures of the Night

The Laughing God

Meat

The Milkman’s Eyes

The Newspaper Man

Octopus’s Garden

The Signs

Wide is the Gate, Easy is the Road

 

Poetry

Cartaphilus

A Girl and Her Dog

Goodbye, Moon

Knight-Errant

 

Slipstream

All Debts Forgiven

All the World’s a Stage

Fearful Symmetry

The Game Master

Notes on H-374

Quotas

The Shadow at the Edge of the Frame

What Waits in the Void

 

Speculative Fiction

Another Time, Another Place

Debris

The House of AM

Intellectual Property

A Place of Honor

Smile for the Camera

To Do and Die

Where the World Ends

 

Western

Forty Feet Between Them

In a Shallow Grave, No One to Grieve

Where There’s More of Reaping and Less of Sowing


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