Creative Non-Fiction & Essays

Silent Night is a bittersweet historical fiction tale exploring one tiny corner of the World War One Christmas Truce of 1914. It was published both online and in print in December of 2006 in the mainstream magazine Haruah.

Strangers on a Bus gives the reader a small glimpses of what it means to be disabled, and explores how much people need other people. This piece of creative non-fiction appeared online in the literary journal Breath and Shadow in January of 2009.

We Are Not Daredevil, Except When We Are Daredevil is a personal essay about being a blind SFFH author, blind representation in SFFH, attending SF cons, and yes, sometimes being Daredevil. It appears in Uncanny Magazine #24.