Fiction | Poetry | Translation | Non-Fiction

Works marked with a 🚀 are free to read online. Works marked with a 🧒 are kidlit.


“Par les yeux d’autrui” – French translation of “A Bitter Thing”. Translated by Pierre-Alexandre Sicart. Published in Galaxies 71, May 2021.

🚀 “Invasion” – published in Ars Medica Vol. 15 No. 2, November 2020.

🚀 “Vürtsi ellu” – Estonian translation of “The Zest for Life”. Translated by Kristjan Sanders. Published in , Sept. 2020.

“Captain Hero Is A Feminist”– published in Pulp Literature’s Summer 2020 issue, July 2020

“See Below” – published in DECODED, June 2020

🧒 Kori and Nori Go Out For T. A. C. O.s – published in Young Explorers’ Adventure Guide Volume 6, December 2019

🚀 “The Auditor and the Exorcist” – published in Working Futures, October 2019 ; reprinted in Best Indie Speculative Fiction Vol. 3, November 2020

🚀 “The Zest for Life,” – published in Future Science Fiction Digest, Issue 2, March 2019; published in Estonian in as “Vürtsi ellu”, Sept. 2020; podcast on StarShipSofa no. 660, May 2021.

🚀 “Salt, Spices, Fat, Honey” – published in Flash Fiction Online, January 2019

🚀 “A Bitter Thing” – reprinted in Zooscape, September 2020; published in French in Galaxies SF as “Par les yeux d’autrui” in Galaxies 71, May 2021. Originally appeared in Writers of the Future Vol 34, April 2018

🚀 “Top 12 Reasons Why the Aliens Must be Exterminated” – published in Daily Science Fiction, June 2017

“Too Generous” – published in Devolution Z, April 2017 ; reprinted in Myths, Monsters and Mutations, December 2017

“Ynngla” – published in On Spec, Spring 2002 (TOC and cover here)


🚀“nice & easy in dock 43-b” – published in American Diversity Report, September 2021

🧒 “In the Garden” – published in Highlights Hello, November 2020 (digital version available here)


“Cousin Entropy” by Michèle Laframboise, translated from the French – published in Future Science Fiction Digest #7, June 2020. Translation shortlisted for 2021 SFF Rosetta Awards.



🧒 “How many stars do you see?” – 2019. Summary: Kid-friendly discussion of skyglow and stars.

“Deep impact, part 2” – Independent Voice, Kingston, November 2006, print and web. Summary: “Deep integration” with the USA is happening, it’s happening quickly, and it’s happening without public input. What will be the effects for Canada?

“Deep Impact” – Independent Voice,Kingston, October 2006, print and web. Summary: Canada is already walking down the road toward “deep integration” with the USA, without any significant discussion of whether or not we want to do so. This is thanks to the efforts of a small but committed group: the Canadian Council of Chief Executives of major corporations.

“A novel approach to the truth” – The Independent Voice,, Kingston, July/August 2006, print and web. Summary: “Arthur Golden’s Memoirs of a Geisha takes liberties with reality.” Archived on


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