October 2021

Talons & Talismans I

2021-10-05T14:10:03-06:00October 5th, 2021|Announcements, Publications, Short Stories|

The first installment (out of two) of the Talons & Talismans anthologies is out in the wild as of today! My story, THE EMPTY HOUSE, is part of this anthology, and I'm humbled and honored to be sharing a table of contents with great authors such as Kevin J. Anderson, [...]

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May 2021

Particular Passages

2021-05-10T10:26:36-06:00May 10th, 2021|Announcements, Publications, Short Stories|

The first short story I ever published, Whispering Through the Veil, has found a new home with a revised edition! I'm joined by 14 other authors and their stories in this anthology put together by the fabulous Sam Knight. I'm super proud to have found a new home for my [...]

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July 2020

Modern Mythology: Amarok

2020-07-06T12:27:50-06:00July 6th, 2020|Modern Mythology|

Mythology Amaroks are giant wolf-like creatures from Inuit mythology. They are said to hunt human hunters who perform their tasks alone at night. While wolves hunt in packs, an Amarok is truly a "lone wolf" and always hunts alone. There are other, specific tales of Amarok taking care of their [...]

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June 2020

Modern Mythology: Undine

2020-06-29T20:45:36-06:00June 29th, 2020|Modern Mythology|

Mythology Undines are a group of water elementals that are almost universally depicted as having a female form. Mermaids, naiades, nereides, nymphs, and limnads fall within this grouping. It is said they lack a human soul until marry a human and bear him a child. Any man who is unfaithful [...]

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Modern Mythology: Humbaba

2020-06-07T17:23:48-06:00June 8th, 2020|Modern Mythology|

Mythology Humbaba the Terrible was a giant with the face of a lion who guarded the Cedar Forest of ancient Mesopotamian legends. The Cedar Forest was where the gods lived, and by the will (or order) of Enlil, Humbaba also terrorized humans. The Epic of Gilgamesh describes Humbaba's roar as [...]

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