• "Rocky Mountain Sonnets," "Sonnet to St. Louis," and "Love Poem" (The New Formalist, Summer 2003)
  • "Room 402", "Farewell Mon Amie", "A Writer's Recipe for Inclusion", "City of the Damned", "Still Life Reflected", "Little Girl", "We Bury Our Dead" (The Rusty Nail, 2013)
  • "Rose Red, Snow White," The Horror 'Zine, March 2019.
  • "Seeing Off the Bear" - lead-off speaker at the USAF-RAF Historical Symposium, Washington, D.C., 1993
  • "Seeing Red," Fiction Terrifica, August 2014.
  • "Serpents and Toads," Enchanted Conversations, April 2017.
  • "She Comes in on a Peahen" and "Downwelling," Harbinger Asylum, December 2018
  • "Sonny's Blues" in Encyclopedia of the Black Arts Movement (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2019)
  • "Soul Photographer" (short story)(The Midnight Writers' Anthology, 2018)
  • "Split in Two" (Literary Mama, 2013)
  • "Spring Stage" (Poetry While You Wait, April 2010)
  • "Summer Opening" (Poetry While You Wait, Spring 2016)
  • "Swimming with the Shark Boys," Mythic Delirium, May 2016. *Honorable mention in Best Horror of the Year by Ellen Datlow*
  • "Tabula Rasa," NonBinary Review, Zoetic Press, February 2016.
  • "Taking Down the Tree" (Tar River Poetry, Spring 2016)
  • "Teaching Ernest Gaines's A Lesson Before Dying" in Academic Exchange Quarterly (Summer, 2008)
  • "Teaching the Small Catechism in an Urban Setting" - published in Lutheran Theological Perspectives, 11 Nov 2000.
  • "The Art of Connecting with Nature" (compilation in DogEar, 2016)
  • "The Battle to Save the Burren" (Irish America, September 1991)
  • "The Colored Museum: An Existential Exhibit of the African-American Experience" in African American Voice (Colorado Springs, CO, Feb. 1994)
  • "The Cycle Extendability of Hamiltonian Chordal Graphs" (co-authored with D. Brown and L. Beasley, under review for publication in a peer-reviewed journal)
  • "The Early Novels of Toni Morrison" in Encyclopedia of the Black Arts Movement (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2019)
  • "The Goblin King Slips an Empty Sting," A Story in 100 Words, November 2018
  • "The Golden Thread Part One," A Story in 100 Words, June 2018
  • "The Golden Thread Part Two," A Story in 100 Words, July 2018
  • "The Homes of Birds," A Walk with Nature Anthology, University Professors Press, October 2019
  • "The Jolly Fat Man" (short story appearing in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, April 2013)
  • "The Lady Scarecrow" and "My Nothing Burned Down to the Center of the Earth," Lamplit Underground Magazine (forthcoming)
  • "The Landscape of Lacrimation," The Hunger, May 2018.
  • "The Loss" (Aethlon: The Journal of Sport and Literature, Fall 2015)
  • "The Loss" (The Poeming Pigeon/The Poetry Box Sports Issue, May 2019)
  • "The Madonna and the German" (appearing in The Wanderer, 1996)
  • "The Making of a Monster," The Horror 'Zine, July 2015.
  • "The Minister's Last Morning," "Diabetes," and "My Secret Poems" (What Lies Beyond the Frame; Unbound Content, 2018)
  • "The Minister's Last Morning," "Elizabeth," and "The Evening and the Morning" (Grey Sparrow Journal, Fall 2014)
  • "The Mystery of History: A Literary Perspective" in The Urban Spectrum (Denver, CO, March 1997)
  • "The Prophet Profit Scandal Transcript" (published in Pikes Peak Community College's PARLEY magazine)(2017)
  • "The Savory Taste of Temptation," The Necro-Om-Nom-Nom-Icon, Sol Nigris Press, April 2018.
  • "The Sceptacle" (Saint Katherine Review 5.3, Oct. 2017)
  • "The Sweet Sleep of Roses, or, After the Fall," NonBinary Review, Zoetic Press, December 2017. *Nominated for the Pushcart Prize*
  • "The Tales of Hans Christian Andersen," Guest Editor, NonBinary Review, Zoetic Press, September 2017.
  • "The View from Above" (The Colorado Springs Independent, November 1998)
  • "The Way the World Ends," A Story in 100 Words, April 2018
  • "The Yellow Press of an Ancient Power," NonBinary Review, Zoetic Press, June 2015. *Nominated for Sundress Best of the Net*
  • "There Is a Mother Waiting for You, a Kangaroo," Peacock Journal Anthology: Beauty First [Vol. II, No. 1], Jan. 2018
  • "Third World Girl as Superhero in Junot Diaz's The Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao" in The Image of the Hero in Literature, Media, and Society (Colorado State University, Pueblo, 2014)

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