“From the Rooftop Came the Cat,” “On a Sickle Weasel Wind,” and “Supper of Suppon,” Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Drabbles
“What Spawned the Sequel,” Echoes: An Anthology by the 2019 McAllen Public Library Writing Circle (FREE!)
A rejected werewolf actress longs to make her Hollywood dreams come true.
(NOTE: Also available in paperback at the McAllen Public Library)
“The Monster’s Story,” Spring’s Blessing: A Spring Fantasy Anthology
What happens when a dragon falls for a princess?
“The Star Ball,” Insignia: Asian Birds & Beasts
A neurodivergent boy encounters a wily kitsune.
“Beyond Acacia Ridge,” Exploring New Places (paperback here, ebook here)
Two hyenas go on a quest to find out where the sun goes at night.
“Beyond Acacia Ridge” was later continued in a standalone book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1949768899
“The Moon Fox,” Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores (FREE and beautifully illustrated. Nominated for a Cóyotl Award and a Leo Literary Award!)
A fox with strange powers struggles to find where he belongs.
“The Moon Fox” is also included in The Cóyotl Awards Anthology (paperback here, ebook here).
“A Fate Purse than Death,” The Supreme Archvillain Election
A middle-aged woman who dotes on her Chihuahuas is not what she seems.
“Hungry,” Fossil Lake IV: SHARKASAURUS!
A shark attains human sentience and feels regret.
“Cages,” Wolf Warriors III: Winter Wolves
A parable about institutional religions and the spiritual wisdom they both promote and oppress.
“Paradise,” Wolf Warriors III: Winter Wolves
A lonely, dying wolf searches for unicorns.
“The Voice,” Wolf Warriors III: Winter Wolves
A wolf with one eye bears witness to the end of the world.
“A Thousand Dreams,” ROAR Volume 7
A legend about why wolves howl, featuring a cosmic owl.
“Wolves and Foxes,” ROAR Volume 6
Two parallel stories, both about a conniving trickster. Which one is real?
“The Tale of John Marker,” Bewildering Stories (FREE!)
A police dog trainer gets caught in a battle over the future of life and death.
“Home,” The Roaring Slug Vol. 1: Returning Home
Two high school kids have a conversation on the bus about war and compassion. But this story is much bigger than them.