“Dream Home” (short story) – forthcoming, tba

“Hope Lake” (Flash Fiction) – forthcoming, tba

“The Crickets Will Sing” (short story) – forthcoming, tba

“Many Lives Theory” (short story) – Dim Shores Presents, Vol. 1. June, 2020 (First Edition sold out) | Second Edition

“The Drognar” (short story) – The Yellow Booke, Vol. 3.  April, 2016

“Fisher and Lure” (short story) – Nightscript, Vol 1. Oct. 2015

“Clean” (flash fiction) – Narrated by Otis Jiry for Chilling Tales for Dark Nights.  Nov. 2014

“The Fun Part of Playing Alive” (flash fiction) – NoSleep Podcast, Season 3.  Spring, 2014

Subtractions (novel) – Unpublished. 2010

As We Know It (novella) – Unpublished. 2003


“A Faint Sense of Double Vision”: Cinematic Tensions and Transmedial Anxieties in the Fiction of Files/Barringer, Wehunt, Tremblay, Link, & Ballingrud” – Thinking Horror, Vol. 2.  April, 2019

Stephen Graham Jones and Spiral-Bound Resistance: An Interview – NecronomiCon 2017 Memento Book.  Aug, 2017

WeirdFictionReview | View All

The Ghosts of Empty Moments: A Review of You Should Come with Me Now by M. John Harrison.

Review: Spells by Michel de Ghelderode

The Anxieties of the Piñata-Corpus: Exploring Fabulism, Abjection, and Body Horror in K.J. Bishop’s “Saving the Gleeful Horse”

Review: “A Natural History of Hell” by Jeffrey Ford

Bees of Glass and Future Memories: Looking for the Weird at New York Review Books

Review: “The Rim of Morning” by William Sloane

“Sing Me Your Scars” by Damien Angelica Walters: Strange Games of Sadistic Symmetry

Getting in Trouble with Kelly Link

J.K. Potter Mutates the Story: An Interview

Four Stories: “The Drowned Giant” by J.G. Ballard

Of Tutus and Tortures: Thoughts on the Decadent and the Weird

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