All published works and where to buy them!

Here are all the books I have written, have short stories in, or have co-edited!

Please note that the Books2Read button takes you to a page that lists where you can find the ebook versions of these titles at multiple online book retailers, such as Kobo, Apple Books.

ID: Graffiti wall with “Nothing Without Us” spray painted in black. The list of editors and authors is included in the text of this page.

Nothing Without Us

Edited by Cait Gordon and Talia C. Johnson

Twenty-two multi-genre stories with protagonists who are disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, Spoonie, and/or who manage mental health.

We are the heroes, not the sidekicks.

Foreword by eight-time Prix Aurora Award winner Derek Newman Stille.

This anthology was taught as part of the syllabus in a disabilities studies course at Trent University!

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ID, book cover: Two characters in space flight suits about to engage in a kiss while standing on a snowy mountain top. Overhead flies a space fighter.

The Stealth Lovers

After submitting to mandatory conscription, two young men begin Basic Training, or, “Vacay in Hay.”

Xaxall Dwyer Knightly saunters onto base without a care in the worlds, filled to the brim with sass. Vivoxx Nathan Tirowen is the son of a prominent general and must uphold the family name…while protecting a secret.

Little do they know they bond they feel will lead them to become The Stealth: legendary, formidable, and fabulous.

(This is the prequel of the ’Cosm series!)

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ID, book cover: A multi-coloured nebula of purples, blues, and aquas. A ringed planet. A little alien, resembling a fried egg with huge eyes, nonchalantly hurtles through space.

Life in the ’Cosm

When he’s not gorging on desserts, calming his hypochondriacal mum, or getting bone-crunching hugs from his warrior dads, Virj Ofreesin spends his time writing a fantasy novel about Frayda, the elegant half of the two-headed Dwa. Life is adequately mediocre until he learns the Dwa are gravely ill, and a mystical cure grows on a planet between two infamously warring worlds. Ignoring all warnings of danger, Virj embarks on the journey to be Frayda’s real-life hero, armed only with his stylus, and a boingy-haired nuisance who tags along.

(This is book #1 of the ’Cosm series!)

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ID: Cover of Stargazers (micro) Tales from the Cosmos. A woman in a space suit, holding a scanning device, enters a hatch and it looks like electric activity is all around her.

STARGAZERS: Microtales from the Cosmos

Edited by Paul Jarvey and Erin MacNab

My microtale, With My Kind, is included in this collection where all the works have a star theme. In my story, a mobility disabled protagonist is captured with others, and destined for “restructuring.” But this Crip has their own idea about their destiny.

Please note that at this time, there is a typo in my story in the print version that makes the first paragraph confusing, so the following “Buy from” link is for the ebook version.

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ID:ID: A glorious purple alien diva wears a golden crown on her head and a gown made of gold and different shades of purple and blue. It looks like she’s about to deliver the closing note against a purple and blue nebulous yet glittery sky

Space Opera Libretti

Edited by Brian McNett and Jennifer Lee Rossman

My story, The Silken Eclipse, is included in the non-dystopian and quite musical Space Opera LibrettiThe Silken Eclipse is about a multi-tentacled and multi-talented diva who has to deal with a sub-par ingenue in a famous opera company. That’s right, it’s a space-opera space opera! I think I combined the atmosphere of the 17th century with the absurdity of Life in the ’Cosm. 

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ID, book cover: A stitched heart against a black stitched background. Title: We Shall Be Monsters, Edited By Derek Newman-Stille.

We Shall Be Monsters

My Monster CripLit story, The Hilltop Gathering, appears in what I’ve affectionately nicknamed “the Frankenthology” known as We Shall Be Monsters (Derek Newman-Stille, Renaissance). Frances Elizabeth, or Frank E., is the first disabled protagonist I’ve ever written. The story takes place on her sixteenth birthday, as the family comes together to celebrate it. She receives a gift from her mother that sparks quite the reaction.

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Alice Unbound: Beyond Wonderland

My urban-fantasy/sci-fi mashup, A Night at the Rabbit Hole, starring a non-binary Alice and their crush Bunni, was not only published in Alice Unbound: Beyond Wonderland (Colleen Anderson, Exile Editions), but it was also reprinted in Exile Literary Quarterly. This was the first short story I’ve ever sold!

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