Anthologies


2017

COMING MAY 2ND

Can a lost hero find redemption?

What if Death himself wanted to die? Can deliverance be found on a bloody battlefield? Could the gift of silvering become a prison for those who possessed it? Will an ancient warrior be forever the caretaker of a house of mystery?

Delving into the depths of the tortured hero, twelve authors explore the realms of fantasy in this enthralling and thought-provoking collection. Featuring the talents of Jen Chandler, L. Nahay, Renee Cheung, Roland Yeomans, Elizabeth Seckman, Olga Godim, Yvonne Ventresca, Ellen Jacobson, Sean McLachlan, Erika Beebe, Tyrean Martinson, and Sarah Foster.

Hand-picked by a panel of agents and authors, these twelve tales will take you into the heart of heroes who have fallen from grace. Join the journey and discover a hero’s redemption!

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2014

Tapping into the expertise of over a hundred talented authors from around the globe, The IWSG Guide to Publishing and Beyond contains something for every writer. Whether you are starting out and need tips on the craft of writing, looking for encouragement as an already established author, taking the plunge into self-publishing, or seeking innovative ways to market and promote your work, this guide is a useful tool. Compiled into three key areas of writing, publishing, and marketing, this valuable resource offers inspirational articles, helpful anecdotes, and excellent advice on dos and don'ts that we all wish we knew when we first started out on this writing journey.

I'm honored to have a short article, "The Intertwining Nature of Writing, Publishing, and Marketing," included in this anthology. 

The Insecure Writer's Support Group Guide to Publishing and Beyond is FREE at:

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 In this endearing compilation, over sixty authors share letters written to their past selves, candidly sharing what they might not always discuss in public. The hope is that those of you who haven’t published will learn from their experiences. And those of you who have published? Well, you just might realize you’re not alone.

I'm excited to have a short article in this book! 

How I Found the Write Path is FREE at:

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2013


"The Bridge Snap" in the anthology Sunday Snaps: The Stories. Out now! More information for this project can be found at Chuffed Books and it can be purchased for kindle or paperback at Amazon, and is a great collection of stories or a good cause!


"Captain Wrath is Kidnapped." (short story) Overcoming Adversity, Edited by Nick Wilford. The proceeds from this anthology goes to Nick's Stepson Andrew's specialist college fees. March 4th, 2013. Available at:
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2012
Whether you partake of it in silence and alone or aloud in company, reading poetry from a wide range of poets around the world is the best way to hone poetic sensibilities and sharpen your literary eye. The Best of Every Day Poets Two brings together one hundred short poems selected from Every Day Poets' second year of publication. This book unites a worldwide array of poets writing from a broad gamut of experience and perception, and represents the cream of a year's journey through poetry of every form and flavour. Start here, and make poetry a habit.
"March Snow Hare" - a poem about walking with my beagle is included in this fine collection of poetry from Every Day Poets.

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"Butterfly Imago" - a micro-fiction story is included in this fun collection of fiction from Campaigner Challenges 2011. 


2010




Short poetry can brighten your outlook, broaden your mind, bear you away to other worlds and times, or simply enliven a few moments of your day. Without the commitment that longer poetic works demand, and with a variety that single author collections can't offer, an anthology of short poetry is a perfect choice for exploration, reflection, and sharing. The Best of Every Day Poets One brings together one hundred short poems selected from Every Day Poets' first year of publication. This eclectic mix of forms and voices has something for every mood and moment, from a global array of poets both experienced and new.

My poem, "Grace Unexpected," can be found in this anthology.
"Grace Unexpected." The Best of Every Day Poets One. Ed. Oonah V Joslin, Constance Brewer, and Nicholas Osment. Every Day Publishing, December 17, 2010. (poem)

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