Here is where my short stories appear in anthologies.
We Shall Be Monsters (Renaissance), edited by Derek Newman-Stille
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.
It was so great that Derek invited marginalized folks to share our monstery stories. This collection of Frankentales is inspired by Mary Shelley’s 1818 version of Frankenstein.
Alice Unbound: Beyond Wonderland (Exile Editions), edited by Colleen Anderson
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 also appeared in Exile Literary Quarterly. That was the first short story I’ve ever sold! You can buy this anthology on Amazon! (Read reviews about my short story and this collection!)