Anthologies

Here’s a list of the anthologies that contain my short stories.
“Fire and Glass” in Live Free or Dragons
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The final book in the popular New Hampshire Pulp Fiction Series. This anthology feature more than two dozen short fantasy tales from writers from across the region. All these tales center around a person from New Hampshire.
“Paper Hearts ” in Holiday Magick 
People don’t usually question holiday traditions or their origins, but maybe they should. Over centuries, explanations of how and why holidays exist may have been lost or changed.
Some holiday histories might only be known by a few individuals. Ancient magic spells could have influenced how we celebrate today. Fairies, zombies, or demons may have shaped our holidays.
Consider the following…
Why do people give red roses and cards on Valentine’s Day?
Is there more to the story of Purim than is traditionally told?
Why do people wear green on St. Patrick’s Day?
What happens to spirits that are captured during the Japanese Doll Festival?
Where does Santa get his helpers?
You may think you know the truth, but you can’t be too sure.
“All In” in UnCONventional
It’s about to get weird… okay, weirder in here.Alien ascensions in hotel ballrooms.
Mermaids on cruise ships.
Werewolves in dog shows.
Steampunk fairy time travelers.
A teenage superhero hitching a ride with a supervillain.
Comic books that absorb their readers.
Magical filk… and much more.With stories by: LJ Berger, Vikki Ciaffone, Daniel Cohen, Gordon Dupuis, Anthony G. Francis, Jr., Justine Graykin, Randy O. Green, Melina Gunnett, Kate Kaynak, Danielle M. LeFevre, Kimberley Long-Ewing, Lauren Marrero, Will Morton, LS Murphy, Ira Nayman, KT Pinto, Jennifer Allis Provost, Patricia Puckett, Keshia Swaim, Sherry Thompson, Pamela van Hylckama Vlieg, and Trisha Wooldridge
“Stir the Bones” in Anthology: Year One
From the minds of guests of the first ANTHOLOGY (AnthoCon), Northern New England’s only Multi-Genre Literature and Arts Convention, comes a compendium of imaginative prose, poetry and art.
“Zombie Love Song” in Hell Hath No Fury
It has been said that women are the “gentle” sex. Apparently, not all of them got the message. Within the pages of this anthology are a dozen zombie tales by women who will help you discover why they say something else about the ladies: Hell Hath No Fury…

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