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    Odyssey Graduates' Publications

    Chances are you're reading the work of Odyssey alumni without even realizing it!

    For an illuminating overview of the publications of Odyssey graduates, visit
    "Are You Reading the Work of Odyssey Alumni?"

    Take a look at our Graduates' Featured Recent Publications page.

    Congratulations on making first fiction sales: 

    Jeff Lyman, "Rowing Near Hell," Sails and Sorcery anthology, Fantasist Enterprises, 2007
    Scott Andrews, "A Brief Swell of Twilight," Briar Cliff Review, 2007
    (and for winning the Briar Cliff Review Fiction Award!)
    Justin Howe, "By the Searing Flames," Spacesuits & Sixguns #3, 2007

    Congratulations to Rita Oakes for her honorable mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 20th edition! 

    Congratulations to Larry Taylor for winning second place at the Aeon Awards!

    Congratulations to Andrea Kail for winning the Writers of the Future 2007 Contest and for making the Nebula Preliminary Ballot! 

    Congratulations to Sarah Totton for being the Regional Winner (of Canada and the Caribbean) of the Commonwealth Short Story Contest! 

    Congratulations to David J. Schwartz and Sarah Totton for having stories included in Fantasy:  Best of the Year 2007! 

    Congratulations to Matthew Rotundo and Scott Andrews for being finalists in the Writers of the Future 2008 Contest!

    Congratulations to Carrie Vaughn, whose fourth novel, Kitty and the Silver Bullet, from Warner Books, has hit the New York Times Best-Seller List!

    Congratulations to David Schwartz on his first novel, Superpowers,  
    from Three Rivers Press!

    Congratulations to James Maxey for his second novel, Bitterwood, from Solaris Books!

    Congratulations to Lane Robins for selling two new novels, one to Del Rey and one to Ace!

    Congratulations to Luisa Prieto on the publication of her third novel, Shadow Hunt, from Loose Id Books!

    Congratulations to Paco Ruiz on the publication of his first novel, Los Guardianes del Pasado, from Planeta in Spanish!

    Congratulations to Barbara Campbell on the upcoming publication of her third novel, Foxfire, from DAW!

    Congratulations to Rebecca Shelley on the publication of her first novel, Red Dragon Codex, by Mirrorstone Books!


    Class of 1996

    JoAnn F. Cox
    Short Story: "Latest Best Seller," Alternate Realities, Sep/Oct 2002

    Derek Hill
    Short Story: "Declaration Day," Nightmares
    Articles: Various for BareBones, Student Advantage, Images Journal, Videoscope, and Video Watchdog;
    Staff writer for the All-Movie Guide;
    "King of Twilight: The Films of Guy Maddin," The Third Alternative, Fall 2002;
    Pieces on Planet of the Apes and Close Encounters of the Third Kind in The Encyclopedia of Themes in Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2005;
    Reviewer for Mystery Scene Magazine
    ;
    Essay on "I Stand Alone," Cutting Edge: The Most Controversial Horror Movies of All Time, eds. Jay Slater and Barry Keating, forthcoming

    Sherry Lind
    Short Story: "Spawn," Twilight Times, Spring 2004
    Contest: 3rd Place, North Dakota Heritage Writing Contest 1999

    Piper Perry
    Short Stories: "Moonshadow," Talebones #22, Fall 2001;
    "Jonah Hex, His Own Damned Self," Nightmare Town #1, Nov 2005
    Contest: "A Devoted Wife," 3rd Place, Conduit XIV Conduit Reloaded Short Fiction Contest, May 2004

    Lynda Rucker
    Short Stories: "Different Angels," The Third Alternative #19 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Vol. 13);
    "Beneath the Drops," The Third Alternative #25 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Vol. 14);
    "No More A-Roving," Darkness Rising #1: Night's Soft Pains, Apr 2001, selected for reprint in The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, Vol. 13, Fall 2002;
    "The Chance Walker," The Third Alternative, Winter 2003;
    "The Last Reel," Supernatural Tales, forthcoming;
    "Ash-Mouth," Black Static #2 (was The Third Alternative), 2007;
    "These Things We Have Always Known," Black Static, forthcoming 2008;

    Dave Schwartz
    Short Stories: "The Comfort of Thunder," On Spec, 2001;
    "The Icthyomancer Writes His Friend with an Account of the Yeti's Birthday Party," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, 2003 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror);
    "Vagina Music," Flashquake (www.flashquake.org), 2003;
    "The King of Memphis," Talebones, 2004;
    "The Lethe Man," Say . . . , 2004;
    "Iron Ankles," Strange Horizons, 2004;
    "The Love Thing," Grasslimb, 2004;
    "The Three Clocks of Vorstein," Paradox, 2004;
    "A NOtE AbOUt thE TYpE," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, 2004;
    "The Colossus Vignettes," Fortean Bureau, 2004;
    "The New Year's party, or, Dancing on Sleipner's Bones," Strange Horizons, 2004;
    "Breaking Glass," The Third Alternative, forthcoming 2005;
    "Flash Bison," Rhapsoidia, 2005;
    "Walking to Tahiti" (with Marianne Westphal), The Dogtown Review, 2005;
    "A Whole Man," Talebones, 2005;
    "Virginie and the Fool," Ideomancer, 2005;
    "Screen," Pindeldyboz, Feb 22, 2006;
    "The Water-Poet and the Four Seasons," Strange Horizons, May 2006; reprinted in Fantasy: The Year's Best, Prime Books, edited by Rich Horton;
    "Play," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Number 18, May 2006;
    "Shackles," Rabid Transit 5: Long Voyages, Great Lies, May 2006;
    "Five Hundred and Forty Doors," Twenty Epics;
    "Grandma Charlie and the Wolves," Flytrap #6, Nov 2006;
    "Manifest Destiny," Polyphony 6, Nov 2006;
    "Proof of Zero," Spicy Slipstream Stories, forthcoming;
    "The Somnambulist," Moonlit Domes: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, forthcoming;
    "Oma Dortchen and the Pillar of Story," Farrago's Wainscot, forthcoming
    Novel: Superpowers, Three Rivers Press, 2008

    Lee Smith
    Novel: Golden Retriever, PublishAmerica, 2003
    Short Story: "The Third Virgin" (as Lee Smith) and "Invisibility" (as Gabriel Stevens) in Three Naked Ladies Playing Cellos anthology, 1999
    Poetry: "Anywhere You Are," The South Coast Writer's Conference Anthology, 2003

    Mark Stafford
    Short Stories: "Power Tools," The Tale Spinner, Fall 1996;
    "The Demons of Jupiter's Moons," written with Mike Resnick, in anthologies Sol's Children, DAW Books, 2002, and also With A Little Help From My Friends, Farthest Star, 2002;
    "Messenger," New Faces of Science Fiction, DAW Books, 2003
    Contest: "Messenger," 1st Place, University of Alaska/Anchorage Daily News Writing Award 1999

    Dana Vander Els
    Short Story: "A Flock of Drunk Witches," After Shocks anthology

    Susan Shell Winston
    Short Story: "Governor Edwards' House Is For Sale," Three Naked Ladies Playing Cellos anthology, 1999


    Class of 1997

    Keith Demanche
    Short Stories:
    "Amy," FearsMag.com, 2000;
    "Moontide," The Dogtown Review #1, 2004;
    "Lonely," The Dogtown Review #2, 2005
    Chapbook:
    Not Forgotten, Haunted Milk Press, 1999
    Poetry:
    "A Conqueror Born" and "Sometimes at Night," Northern New England Review, 1999;
    "Hidden," ChiZine #7, Jan 2001;
    Illumination (a spoken word CD), Haunted Milk Press, 1999
    Articles:
    Contributing writer and photographer, HippoPress Manchester and The Wire (Portsmouth, NH);
    Ellen Datlow, Christopher Golden, Jeanne Cavelos interviews, Student Advantage, 2000

    Troy Ehlers
    Short Story:
    "Negative Spirits," The Dogtown Review #2, May 2005

    Elaine Isaak
    Novels:
    The Singer's Crown, Eos Books, 2005;
    The Eunuch's Heir, Eos Books, 2006

    Short Stories:
    "The Horde," Glyph, Spring 2001;
    "To Carve a Queen," Kinships, 2001;
    "Branching," Peeks and Valleys, Fall 2001;
    "Joenna's Ax," Clash of Steel: Demons! anthology, Sep 2006
    Novella: "Winning the Gallows Field," Elysian Fiction #3, 2002
    Poetry: "Mixed, as Doubles or Metaphors," Ship of Fools;
    "Dancing Princess" and "Nightwatch," Primitive Bikini, Winter 1997;
    "Swimming Lessons," Northern New England Review;
    "Two by Two," Conscience, Spring 2000;
    selections in Poets Unbound anthology, iUniverse, Spring 2001
    Articles: "Ode for a Singer," Threads #112;
    "Working the Con," The Writer Magazine, July 2005;
    "Issues from Fantasyland," Linn's Stamp Digest, Oct 1, 2005
    Contests: "The Dance of Harmony", honorable mention, Ray Bradbury Short Fiction Contest 2002;
    "A Touch of Grief," 3rd place, Single Syllable Short Story Contest, Monadnock Writer's Group;
    "Merge," 1st Runner-Up, New England Science Fiction Association Short Story Contest 2003

    For more about Elaine Isaak, visit her website at www.elaineisaak.com.

    Steve Laurent
    Short Stories: "Grie-Song," The Fifth Dimension, 1998;
    "Burial Ground," Spooks anthology, Twilight Tales, forthcoming 2005
    Articles: "How to Find Your Local Vortex," Fate magazine;
    "The Perfect Boat," Boating magazine
    Contests: Calculus of Chance, Runner-Up, Warner Aspect First Novel Contest, 2001;
    The Rites of Planets, Winner's Circle, SouthWest Writer's Contest, 2005

    Deirdre Saoirse Moen
    Short Story: "A Sword Called Rhonda," Turn the Other Chick anthology, Baen Books, 2004

    Walter Williamson
    Contests: "Zim Zim A Do," 1st Place, South West Writer's Contest, 1997;
    "Don't Sleep Around Virgins," 3rd Place, ByLine New Talent Short Story Contest, 1997;
    "To Serve The Darkness," Honorable Mention, ByLine New Talent Short Story Contest, 1998;
    "Charlie's Deal," 3rd Place, South West Writer's Contest, 1999;
    "The Coin that Wasn't," Special Honorable Mention, South West Writer's Contest, 2003;
    Shizuka, 3rd Place, South West Writer's Contest, 2003


    Class of 1998

    Richard Bradford
    Short Story: "The Genome Mines," Oceans of the Mind anthology, Fall 2002

    Stephen Chambers
    Novels: Hope's War, Tor, 2001;
    Hope's End, Tor, 2002 (Golden Duck Award Nominee)

    Walter Cuirle
    Short Story: "Truck Stop," Analog, 2002

    Julia Duncan
    Short Story: "Ghost in a Glass House," Gargoyle
    Article: "About Odyssey," Absolute Magnitude

    Marty Hiller
    Articles:
    "Take a Deep Breath. . .And Plunge," Communities, Spring 2004;
    "Where Will We Get the Energy?" The Ithaca Journal, Apr 5, 2004;
    "Sustainable Businesses Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle," The Ithaca Journal, Apr 19, 2004;
    "Wind Energy: Coming Soon?" The Ecovillage at Ithaca Newsletter, Winter 2005;
    "A New Root Cellar, Bulk Buying, and Two CSAs," Communities, Summer 2007

    Morgan Hua
    Short Stories: "Flashed Shadows," Aboriginal SF #52;
    "Humans Over My Bed," Surreal Magazine, forthcoming
    Articles: "How To Make Your Endings Work," Speculations #7;
    "Hack Work or Masterpiece," Speculations #9;
    fiction reviews, HORROR magazine;
    "Clarion vs. Odyssey," Speculations #32;
    "Critiquing Critiques," Speculations #55
    Contest: "Flashed Shadows," 2nd Place, Best Soft Science Fiction 1996

    James Maxey

    Novel:
    Nobody Gets the Girl, Phobos Books, 2003;  
    Bitterwood, Solaris Books, July 2007;
    Dragonforge, Solaris Books, July 2008;
    As yet untitled dragon novel, Solaris Books, July 2009
    Short Stories: "Empire of Dreams and Miracles," Empire of Dreams and Miracles anthology, Phobos Books, Sep 2002;
    "Little Guilt Thing Goin' On", Abyss & Apex, Fall 2003;
    "Perhaps the Snail," The Urban Bizarre anthology, 2003;  
    "Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome anthology, Phobos Books, Mar 2004;  
    "Earl Billings and the Angels of the Lord," Phobos anthology, 2004;  
    "Brains. Brains!" The Raleigh Hatchet, Jan 2005;  
    "Sorry, Honey," The Raleigh Hatchet, Jan 2005;  
    "To the East, a Bright Star," Asimov's, Dec 2005;  
    "Final Flight of the Blue Bee," Asimov's, May 2006;  
    "To Know All Things That Are In The Earth," Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, Sep 2006;  
    "Final Flight of the Blue Bee," Russian language reprint in ESLI, Nov 2006;  
    "Pentacle on His Forehead, Lizard on His Breath," Modern Magic: Dark Tales of Fantasy anthology, Fantasist enterprises 2006;
    "To the East, A Bright Star," reprint Prime Codex Anthology, Paper Golem 2007;
    "Tornado of Sparks," Solaris Book of New Fantasy, Solaris Books, 2007;
    "Silent as Dust," Intergalactic Medicine Show, 2008
    Novellas: "All the Dark Space," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome anthology, Phobos Books, Mar 2004;
    "Promise," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome anthology, Phobos Books, Mar 2004
    Contests: "Empire of Dreams and Miracles," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2001;
    "Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome" and "Elvis Was Laughing," Finalists, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2002;
    "Earl Billings and the Angels of the Lord," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2003

    For more about James Maxey, visit his website at jamesmaxey.blogspot.com.

    Rita Oakes
    Short Stories:
    "By Bayonet and Brush," Paradox, Apr 2003 (honorable mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 17th Edition, 2004);  
    "Poison in the Darkness," The Many Faces of Van Helsing anthology, Berkley, 2004;  
    "Jewels in a Jasper Cup," Dogtown Review, Spring 2004;  
    "For You, Lili Marlene," Paradox, Winter 2004-2005;  
    "Lupercalia," Aeon Speculative Fiction issue 7, May 2006 (honorable mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 20th Edition, 2007);  
    "Falls the Shadow," Vermin anthology, Carnifex Press, forthcoming 2008;
    "Before Chaos and the Glare," Tales of Moreauvia, forthcoming 2008;
    "A Wind Sharp as Obsidian," Time Well Bent anthology, forthcoming, date unknown
    Contest: "Roaming with a Hungry Heart," 2nd Place, Weird Tales/Flesh & Blood Short Story Contest 2003

    For more about Rita Oakes, visit her website at www.ritaoakes.com.

    Steven Prete
    Short Story: "Controls," Surreal Magazine, Vol.1, Issue 3, Winter 2005

    Matthew S. Rotundo
    Short Stories:
    "Northbound on I-35," Thin Ice XVI, Sep 1994;  
    "Black Boxes," Absolute Magnitude, Jan 2001, reprinted in Prime Codex, Paper Golem, May 2007; 
    "Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown," Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown, Phobos Books, Sep 2003;  
    "Ascension," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome, Phobos Books, Mar 2004;  
    "The Alternate History of Arthur Eisen," Paradox, Dec 2004;  
    "Alan Smithee Lives in Hell," Here & Now, May 2005;  
    "Aces and Eights," Neo-opsis, June 2006;  
    "Brains," Farthing, Sep 2006;
    "The Frankenstein Diaries," Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, forthcoming;
    "Fuel," Cosmos (online edition), forthcoming
    Contests:
    "Ashes, Ashes," Honorable mention, Writers of the Future, 1996;  
    "Alan Smithee Lives in Hell," 2nd Place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest, 1997;  
    "Small Favors," Finalist, Writers of the Future, 2002;  
    "Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2002;  
    "None So Blind," Honorable mention, Writers of the Future, 2006 

    For more about Matthew S. Rotundo, visit his website at www.matthewsrotundo.com.

    Carrie Vaughn
    Novels: Kitty and the Midnight Hour, Warner Books, Nov 2005;  
    Kitty Goes to Washington, Warner Books, July 2006;  
    Kitty Takes a Holiday, Warner Books, Apr 2007;  
    Kitty and the Silver Bullet, Grand Central Publishing, Jan 2008;
    Kitty 5, 6, and 7, forthcoming
    Short Stories:
    "The Haunting of Princess Elizabeth," Sword and Sorceress XVII, Winter/Spring 2000;  
    "The Girl with the Pre-Raphaelite Hair," Talebones #17; honorable mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror;  
    "Doctor Kitty Solves All Your Love Problems," Weird Tales #324, Summer 2001;  
    "A Riddle in Nine Syllables," Talebones #20, Fall 2000;  
    "In Time," Talebones #21, Spring 2001; honorable mention, The Year's Best Science Fiction;  
    "Silence Before Starlight," Talebones #23, Winter 2001;  
    "The Librarian's Daughter," Realms of Fantasy, Aug 2002;  
    "The Heroic Death of Lieutenant Michkov," Polyphony 1 anthology, Wheatland Press, 2002; honorable mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror;  
    "Strife Lingers in Memory," Realms of Fantasy, Dec 2002;  
    "A Hunter's Ode to His Bait," Realms of Fantasy, Feb 2003;  
    "Kitty Loses Her Faith," Weird Tales #333, 2003 honorable mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror;  
    "After the Golden Age," Dogtown Review #1, 2004;  
    "The Bravest of Us Touched the Sky," Talebones, 2004;  
    "This Is the Highest Step in the World," All-Star Zeppelin Adventure Stories, 2004;  
    "Peace in Our Time," Futurismic, 2004;  
    "Dances from the Unseelie Court," Eggplant Online Library, 2005;  
    "Danae at Sea," Tel: Stories, 2005;  
    "The Whimsical Lives of Bean Counters," Talebones #31, Winter 2005;  
    "Draw Thy Breath in Pain," Paradox, Dec 2005;  
    "Kitty and the Mosh Pit of the Damned," Weird Tales, #338, Jan-Feb 2006;  
    "Real City," Futurismic, June 2006;  
    "Last Moments of a Doomed Race," Son and Foe #4, 2006;  
    "For Fear of Dragons," Weird Tales #342, Oct-Nov 2006;  
    "Winnowing the Herd," Strange Horizons, Oct 16, 2006;  
    "Of Swords and Horses," Realms of Fantasy, Dec 2006;  
    "Crows," Talebones #34, Winter 2006;  
    "Looking After Family," Realms of Fantasy, Feb 2007;  
    "A Princess of Spain," The Secret History of Vampires, ed. by Darrell Schweitzer, DAW Books, 2007; 
    "Swing Time," Baen's Universe, June 2007;
    "Marrying In," Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2007;
    "Free Space," Baen's Universe, August 2007;  
    "Kitty's Zombie New Year," Weird Tales, #345, 2007;  
    "Chosen Ones," Wild Cards: Inside Straight, Tor Books, January 2008;
    "Life is the Teacher," Hotter Than Hell, ed. by Kim Harrison, June 2008;
    "Il Est Ne," Wolfsbane and Mistletoe, ed. by Charlaine Harris, forthcoming;
    "Just Cause," Wild Cards: Busted Flush, Tor Books, forthcoming;
    "Gamma Ray vs. Death," Better Off Undead, forthcoming DAW anthology ed. by Daniel Hoyt;
    "A Letter to Nancy," Realms of Fantasy, forthcoming

    For more about Carrie Vaughn, visit her website at www.carrievaughn.com.


    Class of 1999

    Roxanne Hutton
    Short Stories:
    "Foil Dive," Artemis, Spring 2001;
    "Mandy", Artemis, Spring 2002 (Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Science Fiction);
    "Shipwoman" (Writers of the Future 2nd Place winner), Writers of the Future, Vol XX, Oct 2004
    Articles: "The Intrasystem Transport Ring: a Thought Experiment," Artemis, Summer 2001
    Contests: "The Last Woman's Magazine," Honorable Mention, Writers of the Future, 2002;
    "Shipwoman," 2nd Place, Writers of the Future, 2003

    David McKinley Lowrey
    Short Stories: "Pigs from the Moon," The Summerset Review, Dec 2004;
    "He met Karen at an AA Meeting," N.O.L.A. Spleen, Jan 2005;
    "The Notebook," Quantum Muse, Sep 2005;
    "Diary of a Defective Mind," Open Minds, July 2006

    Lane Robins
    Novels: Maledicte, Del Rey, May 2007
    Forthcoming novels: Kings & Assassins, Del Rey, 2009
    Writing as Lyn Benedict: Sylvie Shadows #1, ACE, May 2009
    Short Stories: "Matter for Thought," Fortean Bureau, Mar 2003;
    "World in Words," Fortean Bureau, Nov 2004;
    "The Walls Within," All the Rage This Year anthology, Sep 2004
    Contests: "Salt Burns," Finalist, Phobos Fiction Contest 2002;
    "The Walls Within," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest 2003

    For more about Lane Robins, visit her website at www.maledicte.com.

    Paul Schilling
    Short Stories: "The Reluctant God," The Leading Edge, Oct 2004 writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "Rebel on the Run," Leafing Through, 2005, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "Dragons Just Wanna Have Fun," Fictitious Force #1, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "Children of a Far Star," Nanobison #2, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "Poet Warrior," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "The Gift," Shadowed Realms, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "God Words," TEL Anthology, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "The Last Temptation of Humanity," Apex and Abyss, forthcoming, writing as Paul Woodlin;
    "The City of Roses," Star Club, forthcoming
    Article: "Mixed Messages about Women's Empowerment in Buffy the Vampire Slayer," The Leading Edge, forthcoming, writing as Paul Woodlin

    Dawn Schuldenfrei
    Poetry: "Fantasy," O-Negative;
    "Supplication to a Demon," Dreams of Decadence and The Best of Dreams of Decadence anthology, Roc, 2003
    Articles:
    An autobiographical piece, San Jose Mercury News;  
    "A Skilled Life: Judith Lamp," Thai Boxing Association Newsletter;
    "17th Annual Pacific Northwest Muay Thai Camp," Masters Magazine, Winter, 2007

    Thomas Seay
    Short Stories: "Containment Syndrome," Fantastic Stories, Winter 2001;
    "Selene 1," Muses;
    "Harmful Favoritism," Dark Offspring anthology;
    "Blink," Realms of Fantasy, 2003;
    "Finder's Keepers," Boy's Life, July 2004;
    "Shelf Life," Realms of Fantasy, Dec 2006;
    "XAGD KNAVD EDAX JAONAVEB," Boys' Life, 2005
    Contests: Winner, Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Story Writing, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 2002;
    "Alone Again," 2nd Runner-Up, Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Story Writing, 2003;
    "Weathered Mountains," Honorable Mention, Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Story Writing, 2003

    Cherie Wein
    Novels: Skater Girl, May 2006
    Articles: "Elizabeth Hand," Supernatural Fiction Writers I, The Gale Group, 2003;
    "The Last Time Anybody Saw Her," Shooting for Women, 2003;
    contributing editor, Fantastic magazine, Summer 2004
    Contests: "Iceman," Finalist, Pacific Northwest Writer's Association Writing Contest;
    "Farewell to Our Daughters," Quarterfinalist, Writers of the Future, 2003


    Class of 2000

    Barbara Campbell
    Novels: Heartwood (Book One of Trickster's Game), DAW Books, May 2005;  
    Bloodstone (Book Two of Trickster's Game), DAW Books, Aug 2006;  
    Foxfire (Book Three of Trickster’s Game), DAW Books, forthcoming
    Musicals:
    Far from the Madding Crowd, New York Musical Theatre Festival, Sep 2004; Cardiff International Festival of Musical Theatre, Apr 2005; Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Aug 2005; Theater League's Festival of New Musicals, June 2007;
    The Awakening, ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop, May 2002; Cardiff International Festival of Musical Theatre, Oct 2002; Theatre Building Chicago, Nov 2003;  
    It Happened One Christmas Eve, Westchester Broadway Theatre, Dec 2005 

    For more about Barbara Campbell, visit her website at www.barbara-campbell.com.

    Douglas Cohen
    Short Stories: "Feelings of the Flesh," Interzone #212 
    Job
    : Assistant Editor, Realms of Fantasy, May 2005-present

    Carl Frederick
    Novel: Darkzoo, on-line at www.darkzoo.net, used in a course on the modern novel at Nichols College, MA and included on the "Post-war Writing Reading List" at Salford College in the UK
    Short Stories:
    "Extra Cheese for the Laboratory Mouse," Space & Time, #94;  
    "Building Character," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Aug 2002;  
    "Medium Rare," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, 2003;  
    "Great Theme Prisons of the World" ( Phobos Fiction Contest winner), Empire of Dreams and Miracles anthology, Phobos Books, Sep 2002;  
    "The Messiah" ( Phobos Fiction Contest winner), Empire of Dreams and Miracles anthology, Phobos Books, Sep 2002;  
    "The Art of Creation" ( Writers of the Future 'published finalist' story), Writers of the Future, Vol XVIII, Oct 2002;  
    "The Spacemice Incident," Analog, July/Aug 2003;  
    "The Study of Ants," Analog, Sep 2003;  
    "The Beast of all Possible Worlds" ( Phobos Fiction Contest winner), Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown anthology, Phobos Books, 2003;  
    "A Boy and His Bicycle" (1st Place winner, Writers of the Future ), Writers of the Future, Vol. XIX, 2003;  
    "Misunderstanding Twelve," Analog, 2004;  
    "The Ants of Imhotep," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome anthology, Phobos Books, Mar 2004;  
    "The Fruitcake Genome," Analog, Dec 2004;  
    "General Tso's Chicken," Analog, Mar 2005;  
    "Much Ado about Newton," Analog, May 2005;  
    "This Little World," Analog, June 2005;  
    "Prayer for a Dead Paramecium," Analog, July/Aug 2005;  
    "The Speed of Understanding," Analog, Sep 2005;  
    "Hotel Security," Analog, Dec 2005;  
    "The Study of Ants," reprint in Russian translation, ESLI, Mar 2005;  
    "Prayer for a Dead Paramecium," reprint in Russian translation, ESLI, June 2006;
    "We Are the Cat," reprint in Russian translation, ESLI, Jan 2007;  
    "Man, Descendant," reprint in Russian translation, ESLI, May 2007;  
    "A Zoo in the Jungle," reprint in Russian translation, ESLI, Nov 2007;  
    "We Are the Cat," Asimov's,Sep 2006;  
    "Man, Descendent," Analog, Nov 2006;  
    "The Skeekit-Woogle Test," Analog, Mar 2006;  
    "The Door That Does Not Close," Analog, Jun 2006;  
    "The Emancipation of the Knowledge Robots," Apr 2006;  
    "The Teller of Time," Analog, Jul/Aug 2006;  
    "A Higher Level of Misunderstanding," Analog, May 2007;  
    "A Zoo in the Jungle," Analog, Jun 2007;  
    "Yearning for the White Avenger," Analog, Nov 2007;  
    "Weredragons of Mars," Baen's Universe, Jun 2007;
    "Leonid Skies," Asimov's, Oct/Nov 2007;
    "The Engulfed Cathredral," Analog, Jan/Feb 2008;
    "What Drives Cars," Analog, May 2008;
    "Vita Longa," Analog, forthcoming;
    "The Dyslexicon," Flash Fiction Online, forthcoming;
    Novelettes: "Double Helix, Downward Gyre," Analog, Jan/Feb 2007  
    "Concentration of Dogs," Baen's Universe, Aug 2007;
    "Greenwich Nasty Time," Analog, forthcoming;
    "The Exanthropic Principle," Analog, forthcoming;
    "Challenge of the Anthropic Universe," Analog, forthcoming (fact article to accompany the above);
    Novella: "Deep Flows the River of Time," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome anthology, Phobos Books, Mar 2004
    Contests: "The Study of Ants," Finalist, Writers of the Future, 2001;  
    "Great Theme Prisons of the World," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2001;  
    "The Messiah," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2001;  
    "The Art of Creation," Published Finalist, Writers of the Future, 2002;  
    "The Beast of all Possible Worlds," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2002;  
    "A Boy and His Bicycle," 1st Place, Writers of the Future, 2003

    For more about Carl Frederick, visit his website at www.darkzoo.net.

    Michelle R. Gawe
    Short Story: "Suspended," Treachery and Treason anthology, 2000

    Theodora Goss
    Collection: In the Forest of Forgetting, Prime Books, June 2006
    Anthology:  Interfictions, edited with Delia Sherman, Interstitial Arts Foundation, 2007
    Short Stories: "The Tile Merchant's Garden" (Science Fiction Writers of Earth Short Story Competition winner), Science Fiction Writers of Earth, Spring 2002;
    "The Rose in Twelve Petals," Realms of Fantasy, 2002, and chosen for Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 16th Edition, 2003, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals and Other Stories, Small Beer Press, 2004;
    "The Rapid Advance of Sorrow," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #11, Nov 2002, reprinted in Fantastic Metropolis, July 2003, Polaris #3 (Serbian translation), Aug 2003, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "Professor Berkowitz Stands on the Threshold," Polyphony 2, 2003, reprinted in Year's Best Fantasy 4, 2004, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Science Fiction);
    "In the Forest of Forgetting," Realms of Fantasy, Oct 2003, reprinted in Simulacrum 7, Nov 2004;
    "Sleeping With Bears," Strange Horizons, Nov 2003, and chosen for Strange Horizons: Best of Year Three, forthcoming;
    "Lily, With Clouds," Alchemy 1, Dec 2003, chosen for The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Seventeenth Annual Collection, 2004, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "Miss Emily Gray," Alchemy 2, Aug 2004, reprinted in Year's Best Fantasy 5;
    "The Wings of Meister Wilhelm" (nominated for the World Fantasy Award), Polyphony 4, Sep 2004, and chosen for The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens, 2005;
    "Her Mother's Ghosts," The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "The Belt," Flytrap 4, May 2005;
    "A Statement in the Case," Realms of Fantasy, Aug 2005 and chosen for Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 19th edition, 2006;
    "Letters from Budapest," Alchemy 3, forthcoming;
    "Pip and the Fairies," Strange Horizons, and chosen for Fanatasy: The Very Best of 2005 and Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2006;
    "Death Comes for Ervina," Polyphony 5, forthcoming;
    "Conrad," In the Forest of Forgetting, Prime Books, 2006;
    "Phalaenopsis," In the Forest of Forgetting, Prime Books, 2006;
    "Lessons with Miss Gray," In the Forest of Forgetting, Prime Books, 2006;
    "Death Comes for Ervina," Polyphony 5, 2007;  
    "Princess Lucinda and the Hound of the Moon," Realms of Fantasy; 2008;
    "Singing of Mount Abora," Logorrhea, 2008;
    "Csilla's Story," Other Earths, forthcoming 2008;
    "Catherine and the Satyr," Strange Horizons, forthcoming 2008
    Poetry: "The Immaculate Conception," The Lyric, Spring 1993;
    "Beauty to the Beast," The Lyric, Summer 1993;
    "The Portent," Orphic Lute, Summer 1993;
    "Troubadour" and "To Fall," The Lyric, Fall 1993;
    "Charlotte Mew" and "Tulips," The Lyric, Winter 1997;
    "Molly," The Lyric, Fall 2000;
    "Soliloquy with Flowers," Dreams of Decadance (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror), 2001;
    "Tidal Pools," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #8 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror), 2001, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "Chrysanthemums" and "Helen in Sparta," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #8 (Honorable Mentions, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 15th Edition), 2001, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "The Ophelia Cantos," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #9, Nov 2001 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 15th Edition)), collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004, and reprinted in Journal of Mythic Arts, Winter 2004;
    "Falling Boy," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #9, Nov 2001;
    "Nine Seconds," Science Fiction Writers of Earth, 2002;
    "The Phantom Lover," The Lyric, Fall 2002 (winner of the Margaret Haley Carpenter Prize);
    "Autumn, the Fool," The Lyric, Fall 2002;
    "Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks," Mythic Delirium #8, Spring 2003, reprinted in The 2004 Rhysling Anthology, 2004 (winner of the Rhysling Award, 2004);
    "The Bear's Daughter," Journal of Mythic Arts, Winter 2003, and collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "What Her Mother Said," Journal of Mythic Arts, Fall 2004, collected in The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004, and chosen for The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 18th edition, 2005;
    "Bears," The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "That Year," The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004;
    "The Changeling," The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, 2004, reprinted in Journal of Mythic Arts, Winter 2005, and chosen for The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 18th edition, 2005;
    "Nymphs Finding the Head of Orpheus," Jabberwocky #1, and chosen for The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 19th edition, 2006;
    "How Raven Made His Bride," The Coyote Road, forthcoming;
    "Arachne," Jabberwocky #2, forthcoming
    Chapbook: The Rose in Twelve Petals & Other Stories, Small Beer Press, 2004
    Articles: "What You Didn't Learn in Civic: Alexander Irvine's A Scattering of Jades," Strange Horizons, Aug 2002;
    "Sex, Sorcery, and Scholarship in Ellen Kushner's and Delia Sherman's The Fall of the Kings," Strange Horizons, Nov 2002
    Contests: "Hyacinth," 2nd Place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest 2001;
    "The Tile Merchant's Garden," 1st Place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest, 2002;
    "Nine Seconds," Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest, 2002

    Peter Huston
    Short Stories: "Literary Legacy of a Vampire," NthZine, Issue 11, 2004;
    "The Meat Forest And The Wine Lake," The Best of the Best Meat Erotica edited by Greg Wharton, published by Suspect Thoughts Press, 2002;
    "I Sold Chinese Opium to a Roman Legionnaire," The Cornell Lunatic, Spring 2005
    Nonfiction: More Scams from the Great Beyond: How to Make Even More Money off of Creationism, Evolution, Environmentalism, Fringe Politics, Weird Science, the Occult and Other Strange Beliefs, Paladin Press, 2002
    Contest: "Popstar, Falling Popstar Burning Bright," Finalist, Writers of the Future 2003

    Boris Layupan
    Contests:
    "Heaven's Mandate," Winner, UCLA Professional Programs Screenplay Competition, 2006;  
    "Honor and Justice," quarter-finalist, Writers of the Future, 2006;  
    "History's Pawn," finalist, Star Trek Strange New Worlds 10 contest, July 2007;  
    "Trial by Fire and Mis-Q's," second read list, Star Trek Strange New Worlds 10 contest, 2007;
    "Stars and Stripes Forever," semi-finalist, PAGE International Screenwriting Awards, 2007;
    "Stars and Stripes Forever," semi-finalist, ScriptShark Insider Screenplay Competition, 2007;
    "Ra-Gho-Zu," semi-finalist, Writers of the Future, 2008

    Michael Samerdyke
    Short Stories: "Back Then," The Vampire's Crypt #22, Fall 2000;
    "Marauder," The Vampire's Crypt #25, Spring 2002;
    "After You Come Others," The Dogtown Review #2, 2005;
    "Kiss," Lost State Voices anthology, Lost State Writers' Guild, 2005
    Articles:
    "America Must Learn from Failures," Bristol Herald-Courier, Nov 2001;
    "Learning from Other Afghan War," Bristol Herald-Courier, Dec 2001;
    "The Making of House of Frankenstein," Lost State Voices anthology, Lost State Writers' Guild, 2005

    Larry Taylor

    Short Stories:  "Annie" (Science Fiction Writers of Earth Short Story Competition winner), Science Fiction Writers of Earth, 2001; 
    "Isle of Beauty" (Aeon Award winner), Albedo One #34, 2007 
    Contests: "Annie," 1st Place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest 2001, and Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror
    ;
    "Isle of Beauty," 2nd Place, Aeon Award 2007, Albedo One, issue 34 

    For more about Larry Taylor, visit his website at travelingman.typepad.com.

    Laura Whitton
    Short Story: "Froggies," Red Shift anthology, 2001

    Alette Willis
    Short Stories: "If You Plant It, They Will Come," Storytellers, Vol. 7, Iss. 1;
    "The Dragon and the Dragqueen," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, 2003;
    "The Making of a Man," Paradox #4, Winter 2004 "Thought and Memory," Tesseracts 9 anthology edited by Nalo Hopkins and Geoff Ryman, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2005;
    "Daylighting the Donwell River," Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet #17, Nov. 2005
    Contest:
    "If You Plant It, They Will Come," finalist, Great Canadian Story Contest

    Class of 2001

    David J. Corwell
    Short Stories: "The Harvest," Dead in Th13teen Flashes (www.dreampeople.org), Oct 2003;
    "Legacy of the Quedana," Cloaked in Shadow: Dark Tales of Elves (www.fantasistent.com), Oct 2004
    Articles: "Heralding the Future of Appliances", POSH New Mexico Magazine, Fall 2007;
    "Native Wisdom" (book review column), POSH New Mexico Magazine, Fall 2007;
    "Storytellers: Guarding the Old Traditions", POSH New Mexico Magazine, Fall 2007;
    "Hunting the American Werewolf" (book review), Mysteries Magazine, Winter 2007-08
    Contests: "Susto," Honorable Mention, ConVersion XX Short Story Contest, 2003;
    "Susto," 1st Place, and winner of the special Storyteller Award, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2003;
    Guardian of the Mountain: Island of the Setting Sun (partial), 2nd Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2004;
    "Dead Man Breathing", 3rd Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2005;
    "Dead Man Breathing", 1st Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2006;
    "Dead Man Breathing", 1st Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2007;
    Guardian of the Mountain: Righteous Anger (partial), 3rd Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2007;
    Cloaked in Shadow: Dark Tales of Elves,
    2007 New Mexico Book Awards Finalist, Best Anthology & Best Science Fiction Book

    James Hall
    Articles: Senior Associate Editor and Columnist at American Partisan;
    Published four articles for Science's Next Wave (AAAS), including "Astrobiology, The Sky's No Limit," and "Finding Mars on Earth"

    Sarah Kelderman
    Short Stories: "Ardelis," The Many Faces of Van Helsing anthology, Berkley 2004; honorable mention, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Vol. 18;
    "Victoria's Vacuum," Aoife's Kiss, Mar 2004;
    "Saint's Life/Saint's Death," Aoife's Kiss, Mar 2005;
    "Dreams of Sailboats and De-Existence," Gothic Revue, June 2005;
    "Angels in Stained Glass," Dark Fiction Ezine, June 2005;
    "American Way," Dark Fire Fiction, July 2005;
    "Abstinence," Aoife's Kiss, June 2006;
    "American Way," Aoife's Kiss, Mar 2007;
    "Dreams of Angels and Little Green Pills," Horror Authors United, Dec 2007;
    "Dreams of Angels and Little Green Pills," Sounds of the Night, Feb 2008;
    "Hexed," Aoife's Kiss, Decemeber 2008

    David Barr Kirtley
    Short Stories: "The Skull-Faced Boy," Gothic.net, Mar 2002;
    "The Second Rat," On Spec, Spring 2002;
    "The Disciple," Weird Tales, Summer 2002, and Dead But Dreaming, DarkTales Publications, May 2002;
    "They Go Bump" and "The Prize," Empire of Dreams and Miracles, Phobos Books, Sep 2002;
    "Seven Brothers, Cruel," Realms of Fantasy, Dec 2002;
    "Seeds-for-Brains," Realms of Fantasy, June 2003;
    "The Trial of Thomas Jefferson," Cicada, July/Aug 2003;
    "The Black Bird," Gothic.net, Aug 2000, and New Voices in Science Fiction, DAW books, Dec 2003, and The Dragon Done It, Baen Books, forthcoming;
    "Veil of Ignorance," All The Rage This Year, Phobos Books, Sep 2004;
    "Blood of Virgins" Realms of Fantasy, Oct 2006, and Escape Pod, forthcoming;
    "Save Me Plz," Realms of Fantasy, forthcoming
    Contests: "They Go Bump" and "The Prize," Winners, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2001;
    "Veil of Ignorance," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2003

    Darren Moore
    Short Stories: "Hunter," Dark Recesses Press, Oct 2006
    Contests:
    "The Duke's Road," 1st Place, Eric Einersen Memorial Short Story Contest CONduit 12;
    "The Witch of Timberford," 5th Place, ConVersion Short Story Contest Journeyman Division, 2002;
    "The Knotted Post," Laudable Mention, The Tundra Prize 2002;
    "Heart Seeker," 3rd Place, Bard's Ink Short Story Contest 2003;
    "The Most Daunting Task of All," 2nd Place, Eric Einersen Memorial Short Story Contest, 2003;
    "Path to F'Dar," 3rd Place, Eric Einersen Memorial Short Story Contest 2003;
    "Path to F'Dar," 2nd Place, Slamdance Film Festival's SLAM FI Short Story Contest, 2003;
    "Path to F'Dar," 2nd Place, South West Writer's Contest, 2003;
    "Hunter," 1st Place, Bard's Ink Short Story Contest, 2004;
    "Drums of the Dead," 1st Place, Rooney Scholarship Award, 2004;
    "Freeman's Toll," 3rd Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2004;
    "The Most Daunting Task of All," 2nd Place, N3F Short Story Contest, 2005;
    "Path to F'dar," 6th Place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Writers Contest, 2005;
    "Shades of Hades," 2nd Place, NESFA Short Story Contest, 2005;
    "Path to F'dar," 1st Place, TheWriter’sRoom Horror Writing Contest, 2005;
    "Ballad of Kren," (as E.R. Alexander) 1st Place, N3F Short Story Contest, 2006;
    "The Knotted Post," 2nd Place, BAWL Princess of Mars Short Fiction Contest, 2006;
    "Path to F'dar," 1st Place, SouthWest Writers Contest, 2006

    Rebecca Shelley
    Novel: The Red Dragon Codex, Mirrorstone Books, Jan 2008

    Short Stories: "The Cliffs of Seapine," Fragmented Infinity, 2001;  
    "Amaryllis," Deep Magic, Aug 2002;  
    "Mirror Image," Beyond Centauri, July 2003;  
    "Jackie Paper," Kisses for Kids, Sep 2003;  
    "Woodworking," Aoife's Kiss, Sep 2004;  
    "Roots and Branches," Invitations anthology, Sep 2004;  
    "Thinking of Death," Dreams and Visions #34, Mar 2005;  
    "Death Dance," Dragons, Knights, and Angels Magazine #29, Feb 2006
    Articles: "The History of Christian Fantasy," The Sword Review, Feb 2006

    For more about Rebecca Shelley visit her website at www.rebeccashelley.com or www.reddragoncodex.com.

    Susan Sielinski
    Short Story: "Just Temping," Bash Down the Door and Slice Open the Bad Guy anthology, Fantasist Enterprises, 2007


    Class of 2002

    Nancy Glover
    Poetry:  Selections in Poets Unbound anthology, iUniverse, Spring 2001;
    "After the Fall," Concrete Wolf, Spring 2001;
    "Late Love Song to My Mother," Concrete Wolf, Summer 2001;
    "Dai," Concrete Wolf, Fall 2001;
    "Candlewood," Concrete Wolf, Spring 2002;
    "There Beside Me," Concrete Wolf, 2003

    Robert Pickering
    Short Stories: "Hal's Crossroads," Four Bubbas of the Apocalypse anthology, Yard Dog Press, Dec 2003;
    "Parole Denied," Fundamentally Challenged, 2004;
    "Suspended Until Dawn," Dark Highways anthology, 2005

    Luisa Prieto

    Novels: After Midnight, Loose Id , 2006;
    After Dark, Loose Id, 2007;
    Shadow Hunt (with Jayson Taylor), Loose Id, 2007 
    Short Story:
    "Dark Collection," So Fey anthology, forthcoming 2007
    Novella: After Dark, Loose Id e-book, June 2006

    For more about Luisa Prieto, visit her website at www.luisaprieto.com.

    Michael Snell
    Short Story: "Dead Air," Rosebud, Winter 2004


    Class of 2003

    Wes Alderson
    Short Story: "Parking Structure Three," Traffic Life anthology, 2004

    Philip Arena
    Contest: "The Heretic," 1st Place, CONduit Short Story Contest

    Roger Bagwell
    Short Story: "Heart of a Warrior," Ideomancer, June 2005

    John Bowker
    Short Stories: "Ham," Flashquake, Spring 2005;
    "Because We Hear Voices," On Spec, Spring 2005;
    "A Bit of the True Material," On Spec, Fall 2006;
    "Love Will Tear Us Apart Again," Sex in the System anthology, Thunder Mouth Press, June 2006;
    "Wildstyle," Andromeda Spaceways In-Flight Magazine, Autumn 2006;
    "Heroes Welcome," Spicy Slipstream Stories anthology, forthcoming ;
    "Pairings," Sybil's Garage Magazine, 2007;
    "A Study of the Burning Bush Fungus (Encephalitzoon Elysium)," The Field Guide to Surreal Botany, Two Cranes Press, Winter 2007;
    "Apron Strings," Aoife's Kiss, 2008

    Alec Hutson
    Short Story: "The Boy Who Would Be King," Ideomancer, 2004

    Natalia Lincoln
    Novel:  The Mirror, Space & Time Books, 2007 
    Short Stories: "Revival," Weird Tales, 2003;
    "King Laugh," Best of Epitaph Magazine, 2004

    Paco Ruiz
    Novels: Guardians of the Past, Planeta, forthcoming 2007;
    Koichi, Scepter Press, forthcoming 2007
    Contests:
    "Ad Alienos" Winner, ISFiC Writing contest (WindyCon) 2006


    Ron Sering
    Short Stories: "KOTL" (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror ), Cemetery Dance #41, 2003;
    "What Chaos Feels Like," Ideomancer, Fall 2004;
    "A Safe Place," Revenant 2 anthology, Carnifex Press, forthcoming late 2007

    Hannah Strom-Martin
    Short Stories: "What Should Never Be," Scared Naked, 2004;
    "It's Only Rock and Roll," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, #22, Apr/May 2006;
    "Sex With Ducks," Amazons: Sexy Tales of Strong Women, anthology ed. Sage Vivant, 2006;
    "Taming the Beast" On Spec Magazine, forthcoming 2008
    Articles/Essays/Reviews:
    "Confessions of a Fantasist," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #11, Feb/Mar 2004;
    "Chick Lit Crit," North Bay Bohemian, May 2004; 
    "Silveira Pontiac: 50 years and still going strong," North Bay Biz Magazine, Sept. 2004; 
    "Hey U!: Everything no one told you about going to college" North Bay Bohemian, Sept. 2004; 
    "The Lady Is Strange: Hysterical Women of Historical Fiction," North Bay Bohemian, Oct 2004; 
    "Extreme Pro Bono: the real story behind this summer’s ‘Extreme Makeover’ extravaganza in Penngrove," North Bay Biz Magazine, Nov 2004; 
    "Year of the Mutant," North Bay Bohemian, Jan 2005;
    "Hard Times: a review of two erotic anthologies," North Bay Bohemian, Feb 2005;
    "Addiction and Addiction: a review of two memoirs," North Bay Bohemian, April 2005;
    "The Real Thing: U2," North Bay Bohemian, June 2005;
    "Chic Lit: a Profile of Author Jodie Gehrman North Bay Bohemian, Sept 2005;
    "Green Mansions: A Profile of Haverfield Park," North Bay Biz Magazine, Oct 2005; 
    "Mess Market Media: A short lesson on why the existential void (and good writing) shouldn’t just be for kids," North Bay Bohemian, Dec 2005;
    "Romance Sucks: Notes on the Death of the Romantic Comedy," North Bay Bohemian, Feb 2006;
    "Epic Sorrow: Taking a look at the big picture" North Bay Bohemian, Mar 2006;
    "Words of Warning: So you want to be a writer?" North Bay Bohemian, Apr 2006;
    "Fabric of Lies: The real skinny on thin clothes" North Bay Bohemian, Oct 2006;
    "The Horror, the Horror!: politics and horror movies," North Bay Bohemian, Nov 2006;
    "NaNoWriMo: One Writer’s Story," North Bay Bohemian, Dec 2006;
    "Costume Dramas," North Bay Bohemian, Feb 2007;
    "Gore of Babylon: How Gorno Cinema Became the New Staple of American Porn," North Bay Bohemian, March 2007;
    Book Review: Alisa Libby’s "The Blood Confession," StrangeHorizons.com, March 2007;
    "Tooned On: Web Animation," North Bay Bohemian, May 2007;
    Book Review: Patrick Rothfuss’ "The Name of the Wind," StrangeHorizons.com, June 2007;
    Book Review: David Anthony Durham’s "Acacia," StrangeHorizons.com, Aug 2007;
    "My Two Breasts," North Bay Bohemian, Oct 2007;
    Film review: "The Seeker: The Dark is Rising," StrangeHorizons.com, Oct 2007;
    Book review: Robin McKinley’s "Dragonhaven," StrangeHorizons.com, Oct 2007;
    "Imagine 2008: Who will take John Lennon’s place as a pop culture leader and when?," North Bay Bohemian, Dec 2007;
    Book Review: T.A. Pratt’s "Blood Engines," StrangeHorizons.com, Jan 2008;
    "Health Screening," North Bay Bohemian, Feb 2008

    Jessica Thomas
    Contest: "Frontiers of Knowledge," Quarterfinalist, Writers of the Future, 2004

    Sarah Totton
    Short Stories:
    "The Gnome of Putz," Planet Relish E-zine, Nov/Dec 2001;  
    "Match Point," Love Stories: A Literary Companion to Tennis, Citadel Press, 2003, reprinted in Tennis Shorts: Great Writing on Tennis and Life, Citadel Press 2005;  
    "Jimmy Away To Me," Tesseracts Nine, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, May 2005;  
    "The Pear Thief," Fantastical Visions III, Fantasist Enterprises, July 2005;  
    "Dog on a Loose Chain," Polyphony 5, Wheatland Press, Nov 2005;  
    "The Teasewater Five," The Nine Muses, Wheatland Press, Nov 2005;  
    "The Secret Lives of Puppets," Tales of the Unanticipated #26, Nov 2005;  
    "The Bone Fisher's Apprentice," Third Place winner, Writers of the Future, Writers of the Future Vol. XXII, Sep 2006;  
    "A Fish Story," Realms of Fantasy, Oct 2006, and chosen for Fantasy: The Best of the Year 2007 Edition, Wildside Press, July 2007;  
    "The Undoing," Tesseracts Ten, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, Oct 2006;  
    "Bluecoat Jack," Text: UR - The New Book of Masks, Raw Dog Screaming Press, March 2007;
    "The Matchmaker," AVENues Issue #10, November 2007;
    "The Man with the Seahorse Head," Regional Winner (Canada and the Caribbean) Commonwealth Short Story Contest, Commonwealth Short Stories CD 2007/2008, Nov 2007;
    "Some People's Kids," Shiny (YA speculative fiction ezine), forthcoming in 2008;
    "Meet Me At Lost Ray Lake," Traps: baited, set and ready, Dark Hart Press, forthcoming in 2008;
    "The Amulet of Passages," [with Leslie Brown] Ruins Metropolis, Hadley Rille Books, forthcoming in 2008;
    "Eat My Stardust," Dog Versus Sandwich, forthcoming in 2008;
    "The Stone Man," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Issue #33, forthcoming in March 2008; 
    "Tricky Penny Pound," New Writings in the Fantastic, Vol. 2, Pendragon Press, forthcoming in 2009;
    "Ride," Fantastical Visions V, Fantasist Enterprises, forthcoming  
    Contests: "Under the Bridge of Forgiven Sins," honorable mention, Writers of the Future, 2003;  
    "The Pear Thief," honorable mention, Fantastical Visions Short Story Contest, 2003;  
    "The Bone Fisher's Apprentice," 3rd Place, Writers of the Future, 2005;
    "The Man with the Seahorse Head," Regional Winner (Canada and the Caribbean) Commonwealth Short Story Contest, 2007/2008 

    For more about Sarah Totton, visit her website at: http://www.geocities.com/bronymor/index.html.

    Michail Velichansky
    Short Stories: "The Touch of Hands Beyond the Maze," Nth Degree, 2003;
    "Lord of the Earth," Fantastical Visions II, 2003;
    "Grounded," Triangulation 2003: A Confluence of Speculative Fiction, 2003;
    "Paper Shadows," Fantastical Visions III, 2004;
    "A Ragnarok without Gods," Corpse Blossoms, 2006;
    "Games on the Children's Ward," Writers of the Future XXII, 2006;
    "A Monster in the Lake," Horrors Beyond II, 2007;
    "Evelyn," Fantastical Visions IV, forthcoming
    Chapbook: Mazes, Big Blind Publications, 2004
    Contests: Honorable Mention, Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing;
    "Games on the Children's Ward," Writers of the Future, 2005

    Class of 2004

    Tracy Berg
    Short Story: "To Crown a Sandcastle Just Right," Talebones, Summer 2004 (Honorable Mention, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #18)

    M. C. DeMarco
    Short Stories: "This Drone," Strange New Worlds 8 anthology, July 2005;
    "The Day the Borg Came," Strange New Worlds 10 anthology, Pocket Books, 2007
    Contests:  "Time is Money," 1st place, CONduit XIV Short Fiction Contest, Amateur Short Story category, 2004;
    "Going for Chain," Winner, NESFA Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Story Contest, 2005

    For more about M. C. DeMarco, visit her website at www.mcdemarco.net.

    Abby Goldsmith
    Short Stories: "Lightbringer's Class," Shining Waters Fantasy Literature, Feb 2003;  
    "Fiction," Neverary #2, 2003;  
    "Decrepit," Flashshot, Apr 29, 2004;  
    "A Taste of Time," Deep Magic, May 2004;  
    "The Blur," Twilight Times, Summer 2004;  
    "Sunrise," Cyberpulp Magazine #1, June 2004;  
    "Leveling Mountains," Aoife's Kiss and Wondrous Web Worlds anthology, Mar 2005
    Contests:
    "The Aeon Project", 2nd place, Conduit Short Story Contest, 2005;
    "Lightbringer's Class," Honorable Mention, Writers of the Future, 2007;
    "The Wolf is Here, the Bear is Here," Honorable Mention, Writers of the Future, 2007
    Articles:
    "Robert Jordan: Genius or Hack?", SFFWorld.com, Jan 2002;  
    "Sexism in Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time," SFFWorld.com, Feb 2002;  
    "Short Story Writing for the Novelist at Heart," Neverary #7, 2004;
    "Media Consumption: Abby Goldsmith," Gamasutra, Sept 2005;  
    "Down the Tube," The Internet Review of Science Fiction, Aug 2006;
    "Side Trip Success," Spacesuits and Sixguns, Jan 2008

    For more about Abby Goldsmith, visit her website at http://abbygoldsmith.com.

    Andrea Kail
    Short Stories: "Soft, Like a Rabbit," Fantasy Magazine, Issue 6, 2007;
    "The Sun God at Dawn, Rising from a Lotus Blossom," Writers of the Future, Volume XXIII, Aug 2007
    Articles: Review of "Capote," Paradox Magazine Issue 8;
    Review of "The Libertine," Paradox Magazine Issue 9;
    Review of "Marie Antoinette," Paradox Magazine Issue 10;
    Review of "Goya's Ghosts," Paradox Magazine Issue 11
    Awards:
    "The Sun God at Dawn, Rising from a Lotus Blossom," first place, Writers of the Future, 2006;
    "The Sun God at Dawn, Rising from a Lotus Blossom," 2007 Nebula Awards Preliminary Ballot

    For more about Andrea Kail, visit her website at www.andreakail.com.

    William Aksel Kuehl
    Short Story: "A Gift for the Chosen," Dark Regions, 2000

    Jeff Lyman
    Short Stories: "Rowing Near Hell," Sails and Sorcery anthology, Fantasist Enterprises, 2007

    Brian Rappatta
    Short Stories:
    "A Lifetime of Nightmares," Shadowed Realms, March/April 2006;
    "Pyromania," The Dark Krypt, May/June 2006;
    "Tongues," (2nd Place Winner, Writers of the Future) Writers of the Future Vol. XXII, 2006;
    "Passage," Shadow Regions anthology, 2006;
    "Freaks," Love and Sacrifice anthology, 2007;
    "The Plunge,"Zencore: Scriptus Innominatus (Nemonymous 7), 2007
    Contest: "Tongues," 2nd Place, Writers of the Future 2005

    For more about Brian Rappatta, visit his website at www.brianrappatta.com.

    Amy Tibbetts
    Short Stories: "The Manneken and the Melons" MISFITS website, forthcoming
    ;
    "Bones in the Desert, Stones in the Sea," Black Gate, forthcoming issue (#11 or #12)
    Poetry: "Chant to Summon a Unicorn," Beyond Centauri, 2004;
    "Changing Spell" (MISFITS Writing Contest winner), MISFITS website, forthcoming
    Contests: "The Manneken and the Melons," 1st Prize (The Scott Iams Award), MISFITS Writing Contest, 2005;
    "Changing Spell," 1st Prize, MISFITS Writing Contest Poetry Division 2005;

    "Builders of the Bone Castle," 1st place, Ralan.com SpectravaganzaGrabber Contest, 2006


    Class of 2005

    Daniel Akselrod
    Short Stories: "The Anti-Antichrist," written with with Lenny Royter, Son & Foe Issue #3
    Contests: "Unforgiven," written with Lenny Royter, honorable mention, Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Contest, 2005;
    "The After-Hero," written with Lenny Royter, 2nd place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest, 2006;
    "Defeated Victory," written with Lenny Royter, 5th place, Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest, 2006

    Scott Andrews
    Short Stories: "A Brief Swell of Twilight," Briar Cliff Review, 2007
    Contests: "A Brief Swell of Twilight," Briar Cliff Review Fiction Award, 2006

    Maggie Della Rocca
    Contests: "The Doll Queen," Honorable Mention, Ralan.com Spectravaganza.com Clincher's Contest, 2005

    Michael J. Deluca
    Short Story:  
    "Legendary Desert Blues", Quantum Muse, Sep 2004;
    "Hope and Erosion", Dragons, Knights and Angels Magazine Issue #34, 2005;
    "The Utter Proximity of God", Interfictions, April 2007;
    "To Serve the Wheel", Allegory, September 2007;
    "The Tarrying Messenger", Clockwork Phoenix, forthcoming
    Contest: "To Serve the Wheel", Writers of the Future, quarterfinalist, 2004
    Nonfiction: "It Is Unwise to Wesemble a Wizard in the Dark", Weird Tales, December 2007;
    "Literary Beer", Not a journal. (the Small Beer Press blog), Oct 2007 - January 2008

    For more about Michael J. DeLuca, visit his website at www.michaeljdeluca.com.

    Brian Scott Hiebert
    Short Stories: "Kid Fury," Talebones #20, Fall 2000;
    "The Unseen Battle," Dead But Dreaming anthology, DarkTales Publications, 2002;
    "Mama's Lightning Bugs," Talebones #30, Summer 2005

    Justin Howe
    Short Stories: "By the Searing Flames," Spacesuits & Sixguns, Issue 3, July 2007;
    "Skillet & Saber," Fast Ships, Black Sails, Nightshade Books, forthcoming 2008
    Articles:
    "Byron de Prorok's Dead Men Do Tell Tales," Strange Horizons, week of 09/19/2005;
    "The American Astronaut," Strange Horizons, week of 10/24/2005;
    "Scott Mackay's Tides," Strange Horizons, week of 01/23/2006;
    "George Zebrowski's Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia," Strange Horizons, week of 02/20/2006;
    "Mark von Schlegel's Venusia," Strange Horizons, week of 04/10/2006;
    "Allen Steele's Coyote Trilogy," Strange Horizons, week of 05/1/2006;
    " Charles Burns's Black Hole," Strange Horizons, week of 06/12/2006;
    "John Scalzi's Old Man's War and The Ghost Brigades," Strange Horizons, week of 09/18/2006;
    "The Line Between by Peter S. Beagle,"
    Strange Horizons, week of 01/30/2007;
    "Remembering George Alec Effinger and the Budayeen," Internet Review of Science Fiction, Feb 2007;
    "Of Tales and Enigmas by Minsoo Kang," Strange Horizons, week of 11/21/2007

    Sherry Peters
    Short Stories: "The Greatest Honor: A Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf Story," Aoife's Kiss, June 2007;
    "The Greatest Honor: A Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf Story," Wondrous Web Worlds Anthology, Forthcoming Spring 2008

    Jason S. Ridler
    Short Stories: "Treasure Chamber," The Lamp Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society, Vol. 25, #1, Spring 2001;
    "Fresh Flowers for Rachel," Eyes, #23, 2002;
    "Reflections," Ten Stories High anthology, Vol. 5, Canadian Author's Associations-Niagara Branch, 2004;
    "The Night Ol' Jack Came Back," Serialized Short Story, The K ingston Whig Standard, Oct 25-30, 2004;
    "Disposable Heroes," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, #21, Oct/Nov 2005;
    "The Desert Island Fifty," Fantastical Visions IV anthology, Fantasist Enterprises, TBP);
    "A Whisper in the Scream," The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror, Vol. 8, #10, Dec 2005;
    "Alone with the Dead at Kakebaka Falls," Dead in the Water anthology, Rendezvous Press, 2006;
    "A Different Shade of Knight," Bash Down the Door and Slice Open the Bad Guy anthology, Fantasist Enterprises, 2007;
    "Blood and Sawdust," Dark Recesses vol. 2, no. 7 (2007): 44-50. Available at http://www.darkrecesses.com.
    Articles: "Adams took Hitchhiker's Guide Fans on Galactic Adventure," The Kingston Whig Standard, May 16, 2001;
    "A Horror Writer Who's so Much More than Just a Hack," The Kingston Whig Standard, Oct 8, 2001;
    "Pagan Festival is a Time for Supernatural Reflection," The Kingston Whig Standard, Oct 30, 2001;
    "Horror is Rising out of the Catacombs--Just tell Booksellers," The Kingston Whig Standard, Aug 27, 2003;
    "Matrix Series Boldly Goes Where Sci-fi Hasn't Gone Before," The Kingston Whig Standard, Nov 28, 2003;
    "A Small Group of Faithful Work to Save Book From Extinction," The Kingston Whig Standard, Dec 10, 2003;
    "Lord of the Rings an Exception to Fantasy Screen Stinkers," The Kingston Whig Standard, Jan 28, 2004;
    "The Horror of War," Cemetery Dance Weekly Newsletter, Mar 2, 2005;
    "Depleting Humanity: Environment, Technology, and the Air War in V. M. Yeates' Winged Victory," War, Literature & the Arts, USAF Academy, Colorado, 2006;
    "War in the Precious Graveyard: Death Through the Eyes of Guy Sajer," War, Literature and the Arts, USAF Academy, Colorado, 2007;
    "Steel Chair Through the Looking Glass: The Fractured Fantasy World of Professional Wrestling" Clarkesworld (December 2007). http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/ridler_12_07.html;
    "The Price of Empathy: Thirteen Questions for Gary Braunbeck," Fearzone.com, http://www.fearzone.com/blog/gary-braunbeck-interview;
    "Danger, Norm Partridge! An Alternative View on the Value of Workshops for the Young Fantasist." Internet Review of Science Fiction accepted and paid for publication in the April 2007 issue. www.irosf.com.

    Susan Abel Sullivan
    Short Stories:
    "Space Invaders," Alien Skin, June 2004;
    "Kudzu," Alien Skin, Dec 2004/Jan 2005;
    "The White Rat," Alien Skin, Feb/Mar 2005;
    "Space Invaders," Peridot Books Online, Fall 2005;
    "Getting the Curse," Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, October 2007

    Poetry:
    "A Writer's Lament & Verve," Writers' Journal, Sep/Oct. 2005; "Domestic Dispute," Artisan: A Journal of the Craft, Nov 2005;
    "Witch Place?," Beyond Centauri, October 2007
    Articles: "If Your Employees Are Certified, Make Sure They Are Also Qualified," Perspective, June 1991;
    "Pepper's Story," Pot-Bellied Pigs Magazine, July 1997;
    "Pepper's Story: Part II," Pot-Bellied Pigs Magazine, January 1998;
    "Mission Impossible," Pot-Bellied Pigs Magazine, September 1998;
    "Taking on City Hall," Pot-Bellied Pigs Magazine, 1999;
    "Pepper Comes Home," Pot-Bellied Pigs Magazine, 2000


    Class of 2006

    Terry Edge
    Novels: Flymo and Shedbuilder, children's novel (Andre Deutsch), 1984;
    Fanfare for a Teenage Warrior in Love, YA novel (Andre Deutsch/Transworld), 1990;
    Double-Crossing Duo, YA novel, YA novel (Andre Deutsch/Transworld), 1991;
    The Fluppets Storybook
    , picture book (Hutchinson/Red Fox), 1991;
    Life This Way - Film and TV, YA non-fiction (John Hunt Publishing), 2003;
    Life this Way - the Civil Service, YA non-fiction (John Hunt Publishing), 2003

    David H. Hendrickson
    Short Stories:
    "Yeah, But Can She Cook?", Food and Other Enemies: Stories of Consuming Desire, 2000;  
    "Agent of the Disease," the indie underground #1, 2007; (reprint forthcoming in MO: Writings from the River)
    Articles: over eight hundred published articles, 1996-present
    Awards:
    2001 Joe Concannon Media Award;  
    Scarlet Quill Award (shared)  

    For more about David H. Hendrickson, visit his website at www.david-h-hendrickson.com.

    Larry Hodges
    Short Stories:
    "Horse Dreams," Atrocity Magazine, Dec 1988;
    "The Fish That Roared," Starsong Magazine, Jan 1989
    ;
    "Old Tuna," Dark Starr Magazine, Mar 1989;
    "Falling Apart," Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Winter 1989;
    "Gremlin Gambits," Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Summer 1989;
    "Time to Diet," Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Spring 1990;
    "Rude Awakening," Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Summer 1990;
    "Dead Mass," Beyond Magazine, Issue #19, 1991;
    "First Cat," Twisted Cat Tales anthology, Feb 2006;
    "Men Sin," Capital M, May 2006;
    "Forever Underfoot," Afterburn SF, Sep 2007;
    "There Once Was a Cowboy," Space Westerns, Nov 2007;
    "Ping-Pong Ambition," Sporty Spec: Games of the Fantastic, Nov 2007;
    "Happily and Righteously," Blood, Blade & Thruster, Dec 2007;
    "Counting Sheep," Beyond Centauri, Jan 2008;
    "Defeating Death," Weird Tales, forthcoming;
    "Ghosts of Cretaceous Park," Abyss & Apex, forthcoming
    Contests: "There Once Was a Cowboy," 1st Place, Space Westerns Contest, Nov 2007;
    "Happily and Righteously," 3rd place, Blood, Blade & Thruster "Conspiracy" Short Story Contest, Dec 2007
    Nonfiction: As of Feb. 1, 2008, two books and 1040 published articles in 69 different publications

    For more about Larry Hodges, visit his website at www.larryhodges.org.

    Lancer Kind
    Nonfiction: “Bigger than Mt. Rainer,” Teacher Miracles anthology, ed. Brian Thornton, Adams Media, Apr 2007
    Short Stories: "Moss Memoirs", RUINS Terra anthology, ed. Eric T. Reynolds, Hadley Rille Books, August 2007

    For more about Lancer Kind, visit his website at www.LancerKind.com.

    Clayton Kroh
    Short Stories: "Happy Birthday, Suzanne," Dominion Review, 1994;
    "The Yankee At the Sitting-Up," Weird Tales, #347, Jan. 2008 
    Contest: "A Good Taste in Men," honorable mention, Ralan.com SpectravaganzaGrabber Contest, 2006
    Articles: "Why Civil Unions Won't Do," Gay & Lesbian Times, July 2003
    Job: Senior Editor, Sony Online Entertainment, 2000 - 2006

    For more about Clayton Kroh, visit his website at www.claytonkroh.com.

    Adria Laycraft
    Short Stories:
    "Moving On," Dragons, Knights, and Angels Magazine, January 2007
    Contest: "Two Ways to Eternal," honorable mention, In Places Between contest, August 2007
    Job: Created a freelance copywriting service called The Write Initiative, September 2007  

    For more about Adria Laycraft, visit her website at www.thewriteinitiative.com.

    Calie Voorhis 
    Short Stories: "Afternoon Download," Deep Magic, February 2006; 
    "The World is One" Sword Review, August 2006;
    "Tar Heel Dead" Quantum Muse, April 2007; 
    "Traveling with the Archetypes" Ray Gun Revival, July 2007; 
    "Angel, With Child" Anathema Online Anthology, October 2007; 
    "Samhain" Faerie Nation, March 2008; 
    "In Between the Fairy Tales" Beyond Centauri, April 2008 

    Class of 2007

    Barbara A. Barnett
    Short Stories: "Sworn Enemies," AIM Magazine, vol. 28, no. 4, Winter 2001;
    "Bird Sign," Nanobison, vol. 2, no. 5, Apr 2006;
    "Harold," Quantum Muse, May 2006;
    "Doom Bunny," Flash Me Magazine, vol. 4, issue 13, July 31, 2006;
    "The Department of Villainous Affairs," Flash Me Magazine, vol. 4, issue 14, Oct 31, 2006;
    "Jarra," Forgotten Worlds, issue 7, Dec 2006;
    "Tastes Like Dolphin," From the Asylum, Jan 2007;
    "Troll Bait," AlienSkin Magazine, Feb/Mar 2007;
    "Second Moon," The Lorelei Signal, Apr-June 2007, forthcoming reprint in A Time To … Volume 2 – The Best of The Lorelei Signal 2007;
    "Love Spells," Leading Edge, issue 53, Apr 2007;
    "Final Report," Darker Matter, issue 4, June 2007;
    "The Poet," The Sword Review, issue 27, June 2007;
    "To Worship Death," Fictitious Force, issue 4, Summer 2007;
    "Prophecy's Birth," Aoife's Kiss, issue 23, Dec 2007;
    "Lucky Clover," Flash Fiction Online, forthcoming March 2008;
    "Efficiency," Kaleidotrope, forthcoming 2008
    Contest: "Sea of the Gods," Honorable Mention, Writers of the Future Contest, 2008

    For more about Barbara A. Barnett, visit her website at www.babarnett.com.

    Eric James Stone
    Short Stories: "In Memory," Writers of the Future, Vol XX, Sep 2004;
    "The Man Who Moved the Moon,"
    All the Rage This Year: The Phobos Science Fiction Anthology 3, Sep 2004;
    "Betrayer of Trees," Writers of the Future, Volume XXI, Aug 2005;
    "Resonance," Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Sep 2005;
    "Taint of Treason," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Oct 2005;
    "Salt of Judas," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Mar 2006;
    "Loophole," Popcorn Popping, May 2006;
    "Loophole," Warp & Weave, May 2006;
    "Upgrade," Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Dec 2006;
    "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Feb 2007;
    "Salt of Judas," Prime Codex, May 2007;
    "Premature Emergence," Jim Baen’s Universe, Feb 2008;
    "The Ashes of His Fathers," Analog Science Fiction and Fact, May 2008;
    "Accounting for Dragons," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, forthcoming 2008;
    "P.R. Problems," Blood Lite anthology, forthcoming 2008;
    "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show anthology, forthcoming 2008;
    "Taint of Treason," Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show anthology, forthcoming 2008
    Contests: "In Memory," Writers of the Future Contest, published finalist, 2003;
    "The Man Who Moved the Moon," Winner, Phobos Fiction Contest, 2003
    "Betrayer of Trees," Writers of the Future Contest, second place winner, 2004

    For more about Eric James Stone, visit his website at www.ericjamesstone.com.

     

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