This is an exhaustive list of my fiction — books, short stories, essays, and anthology appearances — and related publications, residencies, awards, and other good stuff.
Please note: I’m not including URLs because they change so rapidly. If there’s something you want to find, but can’t — please contact me.

2013 to present

‘The Bars of Orion’ in MetaStellar (2021)
‘The Women’ in Dracula: Rise of the Beast, edited by David Thomas Moore (2018) 
‘The Birthday Problem’ in Story Bundle’s Feminist Futures, edited by Cat Rambo (March 2018)  
‘Anything Chocolate’ in Best of Abyss & Apex 2, edited by Wendy Delmater (2016)  
‘Spring Forward’ in Black Static (2016)  
Three Songs for Roxy (Conversations #42, Aqueduct Press, 2015)
‘Peculiar Institution’ in The Beast Within 4: Gears and Growls, edited by Jennifer Brozek (2015)  
The Birthday Problem (Pink Narcissus Press, 2014)
‘The Bars of Orion’ in Interzone (2014)  
‘Black Friday’ in Fiction Vortex (2014, voted Editor’s Choice for July, 2014)  
‘Dandelion Girl’ in Geek Force Five, Vol. 2 (2014)  
The Wave and Other Stories, Tenth Anniversary Edition (2014)
‘Ring Little Bell, Ring’ in A Krampus Anthology, edited by Kate Wolford (2014)  
‘Deus Ex Machina’ in Black Apples (2014)  
‘As They Get Warmer, They Give a Little’ in After The Fall, edited by Alex Davis (2014)  
‘The Cure’ in Handsome Devil: Tales of Sin and Seduction, edited by Steve Berman (2014)  
‘Cicada’ in MISERIA’S CHORALE, edited by David Nell (2013)  
‘Across the Universe’ in Song Stories: Dark Side of the Moon (2013)  
‘Section iii’ in Dark Fiction (“Under The Hollow Hills”: Episode 14: 2013)  
‘Emeritas’ in Mad Scientist Journal (2013)  
‘Anything Chocolate’ in Toasted Cake (2013)  
‘No Substitute’ in Witches, Stitches, and Bitches, edited by Shannon Page (2013)  
‘Proving Up’ in Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War, edited by Steve Berman (2013)  
‘Free Bird’ in Bloodchildren: Stories by the Octavia E. Butler Scholars, edited by Nisi Shawl (was available only until June 22, 2013, Octavia’s birthday, as a fundraiser for the Carl Brandon Society)  
‘As They Get Warmer, They Give a Little’ in SKEW, edited by Ben Lehman (2013)  
‘Pretty Maids All in a Row’ in Daughters of Icarus, edited by Rose Mambert and Josie Brown (2013)  
‘The Devil and the Lawyer’ in Varney the Vampire: A Literary Remix, a GalleyCat project edited by Jason Boog (2013)  
‘Glasses Guy’ in Synthetic Biology for Human Health (SYBHEL) e-Book Project

2009 to 2012

‘The Moon Illusion’ in mixer (2012) 
‘Games’ in Destination: Future, edited by Z.S. Adani and Eric T. Reynolds (2010)  
‘Emeritas’ in Daikaijuzine (February, 2010)  
‘Anything Chocolate’ in Abyss & Apex (1st quarter, 2010)  
‘Correspondence’ in Birkensnake 2, (2009)  
‘As They Get Warmer, They Give a Little’ in M-BRANE SF #5 (2009)  
‘The Ghost of Henry’s Past,’ 2nd place winner in Fantasy Magazine’s May 2009 Micro-fiction contest  
‘Basic Biology’ in Cabinet des Fées (2009)  
in Thaumatrope (Twitter Microfiction): “Astronaut” (July 20, 2009); “Mutt” (August 27, 2009); “Mother” (August 30, 2009)  
‘Section III’ in Abyss & Apex (4th quarter, 2009)  
‘Pretty Maids All in a Row’ in M-BRANE SF #12 (2009)  
‘Wanda’s Watching,’ winner of A Poor Mojo’s ‘Worst Possible Cover Letter’ Rant in Poor Mojo’s Almanac(k) (Summer 2009, Rant #455)

2008 and earlier

in Fucking Daphne: Mostly True Stories and Fictions (Seal Press. 2008)
in Tied in Knots: Funny Stories from the Wedding Day (Seal Press, 2006)
in Inappropriate Random: Stories on Sex and Love (Seal Press, 2003)
in the Gotham Guide to Writing Fiction (Bloomsbury USA, 2003)
The Wave and Other Stories (Serpent’s Tail, 2002)
in Strictly Casual: Women on Love (Serpent’s Tail, 2001)
Homecoming (Serpent’s Tail, 2000)

Residencies & awards

2016, Hedgebrook (return stay)
2013, Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop
2013, Shortlisted, Synthetic Biology for Human Health (SYBHEL) Project (European Commission on Science and Society)
2010, Hedgebrook (Elizabeth George Award winner)
2009, Gulliver Travel Research Grant (The Speculative Literature Foundation)
2008, Clarion West (Carl Brandon Octavia E. Butler Scholar)
2008, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, “Geek of the Week”
2001, Village Voice, Writer on the Verge

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