Running Wild Anthology of Stories, Volume 5

“This collection is comprised of 39 stories that arrived at Running Wild Press from all over the world from Hawaii to India, from Indiana to Scotland, and represents an eclectic gathering of storytelling talent. With twists and turns, these stories will take you through shared – and unshared – experiences of human endeavors, possibilities, impossibilities, and imagination.”

My short story story in this anthology, “A Midnight Waltz,” is set in 19th century England and follows a lady’s companion who got more than she bargained for as her new, eccentric employers plan for a midnight garden party—and with no guest list!



Autumn Noir: An Unsettling Reads Anthology

“The slide from Summer into Fall can sneak up on you, like footsteps keeping pace until they speed up and overtake you. We invited fellow writers and poets to create original pieces that would sweep us up in stories and poems about the other, moodier season of change. We received a cornucopia of work that skews toward the gritty, the atmospheric, the strangely, dangerously beguiling. Some of the stories in this collection unfold their mysteries as gently as a wisp of chimney smoke. Others bring the heart-thumping thrills of an end-of-summer storm. Each of them brought their works to life with language as vibrant as Fall foliage and dialogue as crisp as Autumn air.”

My short story in this anthology, “Perdita’s Shoes,” begins when Rachel discovers a life-altering secret about her father after his body washes up on a beach shore…

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