Sometimes, I don't know who I am. Other times, I don't want to tell.
Spooky Creepy Boston was a book that Nick Mamatas and I wrote under the shared pseudonym of Nicholas Goodwin.
"Are you a vampire or a goblin?" was in Ekatarina Sedia's Running with the Pack from Prime Books.
"Jonquils Bloom" was in Phantom, which was edited by Paul Tremblay and Sean Wallace.
"Overheard" was in Pedestal Magazine.
"Release the Bats" was in the last Rabid Transit, with other writers who are cooler than I am.
"Cheatcodes We Don't Know" was in J. Quinn Mallott's Project for a New Mythology.
Three stories have been in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet and I adore Small Beer Press for countless reasons. "Stoddy Awchaw" was reprinted in the first volume of their Best of LCRW anthology. ("The Magnificent Dachshund" and "Dear Miss Wonderment" were the other two.)
"The Sea of Oblivion" was in John Benson's Not One of Us.
Three poems and two stories were at Amy Fusselman's The Surgery of Modern Warfare. [Those poems were reprinted at her OhioEdit, with a new story "Jerry and Three Intergalactic Rats Sort of Spare the Human Race" showing up there.]
"Chloe" is on Villipede's website and "Stealing Darkness" is in their horror antho.
"Michelle" is on Hellnotes, as part of their Horror in a Hundred.
I do interviews for Bookslut, have written for Weird Tales, Hellnotes, and Sirenia Digest, and I sell books and freelance write.
I am forgetting things. Memories can be both badly lit and optional.