I live in the Columbia River Gorge, one of the most beautiful places anywhere. My day job is at the local public library. I started writing quite young, and submitted my first story to a magazine when I was 14 years old. Nowadays I write poems, stories, novels, and a little non-fiction. I’m married to fellow writer Kim Antieau. We met at a writer’s workshop quite a few moons ago and got married a year later. We’ve been deliriously happy for many years now. My advice to any would be writers: Don’t do it! It’s a crazy life. But if you absolutely must enter this nutty profession, here’s three things that just might help you out: 1. Write regularly (every day is good). 2. Read constantly. 3. Get a job. Seriously.


Complete Bibliography

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Animal Life

Claypot Dreamstance

The Coma Monologues

The Doctor and the Clown

Entangled Realities (with Kim Antieau)

Fantasy Life

Kyle’s War

The Last Giant

Love Life


Terrastina and Mazolli

Short Stories


“The Hitchhiker’s Tale” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine (forthcoming)

“The Last Kiss” Daily Science Fiction  March 10, 2017

“Democracy” Fiction River: Hidden in Crime, 2015

“The Burning Artist” Green Snake Publishing, February 2014

Ray”  Space and Time, #118, Spring 2013 • Podcast on PodCastle, August 18, 2015

“Dragonfly” Miniatures, 2012

“Be Kind “ Miniatures, 2012 • Reprinted from Terrastina and Mazolli, 2008

“The Eulogy Had its Moments, But Mostly I Had to Get Out of There” Miniatures, 2012

“The Accountant’s Tale” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Conditional Reality

“The Passage of Time” Miniatures, 2012

“The Iron Tale” Miniatures, 2012

“Question Authority “ Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Terrastina and Mazolli, 2008

“A Somewhat Enigmatic Indication of My Discontent” Miniatures, 2012

“The Visitor From the Dark Mountain” Miniatures, 2012

“Excerpts from A Bestiary of Imaginary Species by Nenad Dragicevic, Translated by Mario Milosevic” Miniatures, 2012, adapted from Conditional Reality

“My Origami Summer” Miniatures, 2012

“Don’t Even Ask What Freud Would Say” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Conditional Reality

“One Morning at The Brew” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Terrastina and Mazolli, 2008

“A Constipation for the Untied States of Amnesia” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Conditional Reality

“Tribal Threads” Miniatures, 2012

“Naturalists” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Terrastina and Mazolli, 2008

“Deadline” Miniatures, 2012

“The Consequences of Not Averting Your Eyes” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Conditional Reality

“The Hidden Lives of Puppets” Miniatures, 2012

“Housing Project” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Terrastina and Mazolli, 2008

“Solace” Miniatures, 2012

“The Cookie Fortune” Miniatures, 2012

“Sailors Have Long Believed that Magical Things Happen When Ships Cross the Equator” Miniatures, 2012, reprinted from Conditional Reality

“Property Lines” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, March 2012

“The Gambler’s Tale” Green Snake Publishing, March 11, 2012

“How the Clouds Became Domesticated” Green Snake Publishing, March 4, 2012

“Under the Mask” Green Snake Publishing, February 26, 2012

“Before the Birds” Green Snake Publishing, February 19, 2012

“The Restless Wanderer” Green Snake Publishing, February 12, 2012

“Hail Mary” Green Snake Publishing, February 5, 2012

“The Crying Stone” Green Snake Publishing, January 26, 2012

“The Infinite Garden” Green Snake Publishing, January 21, 2012

“Marble Angels” Green Snake Publishing, January 14, 2012

“The Kick” Green Snake Publishing, January 7, 2012

“The Universe of Death” Green Snake Publishing, January 2, 2012

“Weedhead” Pulp Empire, 2011 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing, 2012

“The Last Last Meal” Green Snake Publishing, December 4, 2011

“The Overtaker” Green Snake Publishing, November 27, 2011

“To Make a Puppet of Me” Green Snake Publishing, November 20, 2011

“The King’s Tale” Green Snake Publishing, November 13, 2011

“The Voices” PenumbraNovember 2011

“The Corrosive Properties of Dream States” Green Snake Publishing, November 6, 2011

“The Spirit in the Ink” Green Snake Publishing, October 30, 2011

“The Night Alex Almost Flew Over Old Lady Grayson’s Place” Green Snake Publishing, October 23, 2011

“They Taste Like Chicken” Green Snake Publishing, October 16, 2011

“Killing Time” Green Snake Publishing, October 9, 2011

“The Clex Are Our Friends” Daily Science Fiction, June 14, 2011 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011) • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

“What They Want” Poe Little Thing 2011 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

“An Unnatural History of Scarecrows” Bewere the Night 2011 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

FaithDaily Science Fiction, November 1, 2010 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011)

28 Ways to Look at, August 2010 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Moleskinqarrtsiluni, August 2010 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

“My Administration” Green Snake Publishing, June 21, 2011 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

The Untied States of AmericaInterzone 228, May/June 2010 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010) • Reprinted: Entangled Realities, 2012

How the Owl Learned That Being Wise Isn’t EverythingEmerald Tales, April 2010, v. 2, no. 2 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)

Cold, March 2010 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)

Parallel MoonsSpace and Time, #110, Spring 2010 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010) • Produced as a podcast on Escape Pod, January 2015

The Lost DayFull of Crow, January 2010 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)

WillBallista, #7, Autumn/Winter 2009 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)

Winding BroomcornThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 2009 • Reprinted: Fiction #13, 2011, as “Un Balais à l’ancienne” French translation by Thomas Demarcq • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010) • Reprinted: Entangled Realities, 2012

Pulling Strings: A Quantum Story Cycleqarrtsiluni, August 2008, reposted from Conditional Reality • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Red Shift” qarrtsiluni, July 2008, reposted from Conditional Reality • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Remembrance of Things to ComeSpace and Time, #88, Summer 1998 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011)

Dead Letters” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July 1995 • Reprinted: Fiction #7, 2008, as “Lettres de l’au-delà” French translation by Sophie Janod • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011)

FramesAsimov’s Science Fiction, July 1995 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

MotherPulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, #19, 1995 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

AssistanceSpace and Time, #85, Spring 1995 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011)

LeavesPulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, Sept/Oct 1992 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Creases Pulphouse: A Fiction Magazine, July 1992 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Fear of LucillePulphouse: A Weekly Magazine, June 1, 1991 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

The Printer of Island CastleSpace and Time, #77, Winter 1990 • Reprinted: Nova SF, September 1998, as “Il Tipografo del Castello dell’isola” Italian translation by Manuela McMillen • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2011)

The Fatal ColonThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1990 • Reprinted: Oi, Robot, ed. by Edward Ferman, 1995 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

The Chromosome FutureThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1990 • Reprinted: Oi, Robot, ed. by Edward Ferman, 1995 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

This is the Title of This Story” Pulphouse Report #49, February 1988 • Reprinted: ISMS #13, 1991 • Reprinted as “This Sentence is the Title of This Story”Miniatures, 2012

Up Above the World So HighThe Clarion Awards, ed. by Damon Knight, 1984 • Reprinted: Nova SF, October 1991, as “In Alto, in Cima al Mondo” Italian translation by Stefano Carducci • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010) • Reprinted: Entangled Realities, 2012

In the LibrarySpace and Time #66, Summer 1984 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)


Blue: The AutobiographyHaz Mat Review, Fall 2006

“Miners” Love Life, 2005

“Someones Loved Me Once” Love Life, 2005

“Burglar Alarm” Love Life, 2005

“Losing It” Love Life, 2005

“He Had a Really Good First 3 Years” Love Life, 2005

“When My Mother Comes to Visit” Love Life, 2005

“One of the Lessons of Life Love Life, 2005

“Economics” Love Life, 2005

“Empty Nest” Love Life, 2005

“The Surface of Lost Time” Love Life, 2005

“Til Death” Love Life, 2005

“They Say Everyone Should Have a Will” Love Life, 2005

“Anniversary” Love Life, 2005

“Kaleidoscopic Tattoo” Love Life, 2005

“There’s Always the Next Round” Love Life, 2005

“Soul Mates” Love Life, 2005

“Strategies and Syllables” Love Life, 2005

“Tsagaglalal” Love Life, 2005

“Halve and Have” Love Life, 2005

“The Agreement” Love Life, 2005

“Life Persists” Love Life, 2005

“Fairness” Love Life, 2005

“Human Contact” Love Life, 2005

“Cold Seducer” Love Life, 2005

“Thankless Job” Love Life, 2005

“Old Couple Love Life, 2005

“This is the First Place I Touched You” Love Life, 2005

“Renewal” Love Life, 2005

“Photo By Me” Love Life, 2005

“Glow” Love Life, 2005

“Practicing Conscious Empathy” Love Life, 2005

“Feeling a Little Seasick” Love Life, 2005

“Missing You” Love Life, 2005

“Observing the Leonids With You While You Were Out of Town” Love Life, 2005

“Soft Visitation” Love Life, 2005

“Close Up View” Love Life, 2005

“You Have Seen the Wind” Love Life, 2005

“Lips Teeth Tongue” Love Life, 2005

“Always Spring” Love Life, 2005

“Roses” Love Life, 2005

“Second Opinion” Love Life, 2005

“Skamania Landing, 10:30 p.m.” Love Life, 2005

“Reunion” Love Life, 2005

“Bliss” Love Life, 2005

“Economy” Asimov’s Science Fiction, July 2005

CompulsionThe Hat #6, Spring 2005

Honey MoonAsimov’s Science Fiction, March 2005 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

LessonsOut of Line, ed. by Sam Longmire, 2005

The Day the Earth Stood StillTales of the Unanticipated #25, Aug 2004 – July 2005

The Ethics of TerraformingTales of the Unanticipated #25, Aug 2004 – July 2005

When a Tree Goes on VacationTree Magic: Nature’s Antennas, ed. by Jackie Hofer, 2005

OmnivoresAsimov’s Science Fiction, February 2005

It’s All a Matter of Perspective” Drexel Online Journal, 2004

“In the Hall of Records” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Where Did All the Porches Go” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Materialists Write the Best Ghost Stories” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Cloak of Death” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Circularity of Time” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Out of Body Experience” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Finding a Piece of the Day” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Secret Life of Telephones” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Last Melody” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Curbside Wise Man” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Migrations” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Before the Filter” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Cartography” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Like Pegasus After the Accident” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Phantom Limbs” Fantasy Life, 2004

“What if Words Had Guardian Angels” Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Winter 2006

“After Market” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Vistas” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Troublesome Vision of Apocalyptic Tendencies” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Vision” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Dismissive Adornment” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Things Happen at the Library that Most People Know Nothing About” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Browsing the Architecture Shelf at the Bookstore” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Thoughts While Contemplating an Archaeological Dig” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Power” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Atlas” Fantasy Life, 2004

“House Keys Are Dedicated Monogamists” Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reprinted: The Southeast Examiner, February 2005

“Inventory” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Past” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Kind of Grief” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Benign Encounter” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Trail of Meanings” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Settled on the Sky” Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Spring 2005

“The 4th Little Pig” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Faded Hues” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Reincarnation” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Places We Have Exceeded” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Real Scoop About Pixies” Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Summer/Autumn 2006

“The Ghost of Ghost” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Magician” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Upon a Star” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Man Who Ate Everything” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Gift of the Sea” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Ghosts” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Do Not Step on the Top Rung” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Legends” Fantasy Life, 2004

“A Fable” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Western Civilization” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Some Kind of Joke” Fantasy Life, 2004

“What People Care About” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Wake” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Galapagos” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Origami Landscape” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Out of the Park” Fantasy Life, 2004

“My Encounter With the Oracle” Fantasy Life, 2004

“After Dreams Have Scattered” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Fair Use” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Jason and the Argonauts” Fantasy Life, 2004

“The Camouflage of Fantasy” Fantasy Life, 2004

“He’s the Same Age as I Am” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Never the Moon” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Strange Things Can Happen on the Path Next to Falls Creek” Fantasy Life, 2004

“Food Chain” Animal Life, 2004

“Stilled Heart” Animal Life, 2004

“My Tattoo” Animal Life, 2004

“Patricide, Parasites, and Pesticides” Animal Life, 2004

“Leaving” Animal Life, 2004

“A Falls Creek Morning” Animal Life, 2004

“Kinship” Animal Life, 2004

“The Snake Fear” Animal Life, 2004

“Destinies” Animal Life, 2004

“Roadkill” Animal Life, 2004

“Hold Still Please” Animal Life, 2004

“Food and Sex on the Grounds Surrounding Maryhill Museum” Animal Life, 2004

“The Age of Faith” Animal Life, 2004

“A Totem’s Work is Never Done” Animal Life, 2004

“Slow Footsteps Protect Tiny Lives” Animal Life, 2004

“Passing a Dog and its Owner on the Trail to Hamilton Mountain” Animal Life, 2004

“Bird Brains” Animal Life, 2004

“White Pigeons White Bones White Moon” Animal Life, 2004

“Osprey” Animal Life, 2004

“An Afternoon in Paradise” Animal Life, 2004

“He Breaks Their Necks” Animal Life, 2004

“Midnight Enlightenment” Animal Life, 2004

“The Beak” Animal Life, 2004

“Land Development” Animal Life, 2004

“Planted” Animal Life, 2004

“Nothing Lasts Forever” Animal Life, 2004

“Frequent Flyer” Animal Life, 2004

“Before Experimenting on Certain Animals it is Always Advisable to Disable Their Vocal Chords” Animal Life, 2004

“The Birds” Animal Life, 2004

“It’s Like a Reflection of Life” Animal Life, 2004

“The Pond on a Day Without Wind” Animal Life, 2004

“Elk” Animal Life, 2004

“Our Cat, Who Used to Bring Live Snakes Into the House” Animal Life, 2004

“René Descartes Looked Through a Bull’s Eyeball” Animal Life, 2004

“The Sad Vegetarian” Animal Life, 2004

“Canine Reminder” Animal Life, 2004

“Yip Yip Yip” Animal Life, 2004  • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Summer 2006

“Scavengers” Animal Life, 2004

“The Sound of Blue Jays at 6 a.m.” Animal Life, 2004

“An Ode to Moles” Animal Life, 2004

“Lunch Break” Animal Life, 2004

“Calling Card” Animal Life, 2004

“Milk” Animal Life, 2004

“Last Rites for Roadkill” Animal Life, 2004

“Menagerie” Animal Life, 2004

“Frying Eggs” Animal Life, 2004

“Cycle of Metamorphosis” Animal Life, 2004

“There’s a Yellow Ladybug” Animal Life, 2004

“Comfort Zone” Animal Life, 2004

“Location Location Location” Animal Life, 2004

“Juncos” Animal Life, 2004

“Sanderling Flight, Sanderling Walk” Animal Life, 2004

“Lost and Found” Animal Life, 2004

“An Insomniac’s Machinations” Animal Life, 2004

“Evolutionary Thoughts” Animal Life, 2004

“In Ancient Times We Crawled Around On Our Bellies and Did Not Sprout Arms and Legs Until the Odd and Mysterious Ways of Natural Selection Deemed it Feasible for Us to Walk on Our Feet and Pick Up Things and Throw Them at Each Other” Animal Life, 2004

“Unnatural Selection” Animal Life, 2004

“Deep Time” Animal Life, 2004

“Being Content With Who You Are” Animal Life, 2004

“Not Much of a Protector” Animal Life, 2004

“Suddenly Dangerous” Animal Life, 2004

“Spring Morning After the Last Snow Has Melted” Animal Life, 2004

“Perfectionism” Animal Life, 2004

“Rudderless in Bandon” Animal Life, 2004

“Still Healthy” Animal Life, 2004

“Shadows Make the Ground More Real” Animal Life, 2004

“Alzheimer’s” Animal Life, 2004

“Genealogy” Animal Life, 2004 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

“The Index to the Bestiary of Extinct Species” Animal Life, 2004

The Alien Liked to CookAsimov’s Science Fiction, December 2004

World TravelerSwitched-On Gutenberg v. 6 #2, 2004

Last WordsAries #19, 2004

IgnitePearl #33, Spring/Summer 2004

Held HostageCalifornia Quarterly v. 30 #2, 2004

BigfootJournal of Mythic Arts, Summer 2004 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

My BicycleAsimov’s Science Fiction, August 2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

The Ultimate TruthInto the Teeth of the Wind v. 4 #2-4, 2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

The Reluctant StorytellerInto the Teeth of the Wind v. 4 #2-4, 2004

Twenty-One Years Later” Into the Teeth of the Wind v. 4 #2-4, 2004 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Nausea and PainInto the Teeth of the Wind v. 4 #2-4, 2004

CaretakersDreams and Nightmares #66, September 2003

Big Idea Asimov’s Science Fiction, June 2004

We Are All Ghosts The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

No Punchline The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2004

Field StudyThe Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2004

Reindeer PresenceJournal of Mythic Arts, Winter 2004 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

SeekCurbside Review, March 2004

PostcardsAsimov’s Science Fiction, Apr/May 2004

Snow Iodine Poetry Journal, Spring/Summer 2004

After a Classmate in Grade Seven Called Me a WopInternational Poetry Review, Fall 2003

What’s Holding You UpThe Café Review #15, Winter 2004

All the Names for SnowThe Café Review #15, Winter 2004

Timing is EverythingAsimov’s Science Fiction, February 2004

“I’ve Always Wanted to Heal” Free Verse #70, January 2004 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Light FallsFree Verse #70, January 2004

The Geologist’s WishWavelength #8, Winter 2003-2004

Super Hero Takes the Month OffWavelength #8, Winter 2003-2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

To See the Future” Hawai’i Review #60, Winter 2003

The Best Hour” Hawai’i Review #60, Winter 2003

The Stones Have Moved in the Night to Some Hidden MusicWavelength #8, Winter 2003-2004

At the Dump The Silt Reader #5 2003

Come Unique Cay ShunStar*Line, Jul/Aug 2003

Unlikely to Happen Any Time SoonAsimov’s Science Fiction, January 2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Lunar FateLady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet #13, November 2003 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Farewell Issue, 2008

Book MarkRedactions #2, Fall 2003

When I WasThe Journal of Mythic Arts, Autumn 2003 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004 • Reposted: The Opposite of Indifference, April 30, 2010 • Reposted: The Far Field November 11, 2013

Bands of Sunlight Frantic Egg #7, September 2003

Dogwood Blossoms” Frantic Egg #7, September 2003

While Considering the Possibility of Using the Columbia River Gorge as the Setting for an Epic FantasyMythic Delirium #9, Summer/Fall 2003 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Doll, Still LivingMargie #2, 2004 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Immigrant’s LamentConfluence #14, 2003

Champion PedestrianNuthouse #71, Summer 2003

She’s Eve: A Walking PoemSnake Nation Review #16, 2003 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Autumn 2003 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

When I Die Snake Nation Review #16, 2003 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Missing Fingers4th Street, May/Jun 2003 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

Just Before Sleep Shift on the StarshipHadrosaur Tales #16, 2003

Time’s ApologistInto the Teeth of the Wind v. 3, #3, 2003 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Connected ToInto the Teeth of the Wind v. 3, #3, 2003

The Sheriff Left a Message on Our Voice MailThe Amherst Review #31, 2003

The Only Proof You Need That People Try to Help People in Trouble Even if They are StrangersEdgz #5, Winter/Spring 2003

The First Living Skyscraper Copes With an EarthquakeAsimov’s Science Fiction, June 2003

The Power of MythAsimov’s Science Fiction, June 2003 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

12 Things a Man Should Do After Dying” Nuthouse #70, Spring 2003 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

What Happened When I Tried Out My New Time MachineSpace and Time #97, Spring 2003

Early January Migration on the Coast Looking WestWindfall, Spring 2003

The Life of a Meteor StormWindfall, Spring 2003

When I Made a Painting of the MountainWindfall, Spring 2003

Seaside LeiLight #39, Winter 2002-2003

Symphony for CantileverDreams and Nightmares #64, January 2003

True StoryElysian Fields Quarterly: The Baseball Review, Winter 2003

Dinner and DancingRosebud #25, 2002 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

In Another WorldStar*Line Nov/Dec 2002 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Returning to an Old Cliff DwellingMöbius, the Poetry Magazine, Fall & Winter 2002

Resisting the PatriarchyMöbius, the Poetry Magazine, Fall & Winter 2002 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Choosing SidesNerve Cowboy #14, Fall 2002 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Burdens of the PastArt:Mag #25, 2002

Five O’clock ShadowArt:Mag #25, 2002

Suicide NoteDreams and Nightmares #63, September 2002 • Reprinted: Poets Against the War, ed. by Sam Hamill, 2003 • Reprinted: Breaking Waves, ed. by Phyllis Irene Radford and Tiffany Trent, 2010

When Someone Tells You Their Relative Just DiedPoetry Motel #30, 2002

Plato’s MenagerieEdgz #4, Summer/Fall 2002 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

Shaky EncounterThe Aardvark Adventurer, Summer/Fall 2002

The Consequences of LifeThe Green Hills Literary Lantern #13, 2002

Maybe If I Took Them Off, I’d Be HappierThe Green Hills Literary Lantern #13, 2002

A Field Guide to the PhosphenesFull Unit Hookup #2, Summer 2002 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

Remembering My WalkFrantic Egg #6, 2002

The Unexpected UnexplainedAsimov’s Science Fiction, Oct/Nov 2002 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

The World is a Strange PlaceConfluence #13, 2002 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004

What a Friend Told Me About the Men in Her Family4th Street, Jul/Aug 2002 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

Awakening to DuskAries #9, 2002

SerenadeThe Aardvark Adventurer, Spring 2002

Eternal FeastsThe Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2002

Delusion of PowerThe Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2002

DNAThe Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Spring 2002

Passing StormLynx Eye, Spring 2002

You Can’t Know Because You Haven’t Been SickRattle, Summer 2002

ArkAsimov’s Science Fiction, July 2002

UndertakerAsimov’s Science Fiction, July 2002

Why Go?Asimov’s Science Fiction, June 2002

ElementaryAsimov’s Science Fiction, June 2002

Looking BackAsimov’s Science Fiction, May 2002

Wondering What They Are Up To in the Middle of the NightAsimov’s Science Fiction, May 2002 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reposted: Journal of Mythic Arts, Summer/Autumn 2006

On Learning that Owls Hunt by StarlightThe Rockford Review, Winter 2002 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

The Great DivideAsimov’s Science Fiction, April 2002 • Reprinted:Fantasy Life, 2004

Creepy CrawlieTucumcari Literary Review #117, February 2002

BattlefieldTucumcari Literary Review #117, February 2002

Earth, Air, Water, and FireDreams and Nightmares #61, January 2002

A Brief History of GravityDreams and Nightmares #61, January 2002

Your DraftTucumcari Literary Review #116, Jan/Feb 2002

There are Many Languages I don’t UnderstandAlbatross #13, 2001

Birds of a FeatherAlbatross #13, 2001

SecurityInto the Teeth of the Wind v. II, #2-3, 2001 • Reprinted: Love Life, 2005

Homing InstinctTucumcari Literary Review #114, Sept/Oct 2001

Iron GalleryAries #8, 2001

A Gathering of Marbles Black Warrior Review, Fall/Winter 2001

Dyes of the TweakLight #33, Summer 2001

CapsuleMidwest Poetry Review, August 2001

A Disturbance in the FieldSnowy Egret, Spring 2001 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

MarkDreams and Nightmares #59, May 2001 • Reprinted: The 2002 Rhysling Anthology, ed. by Linda Addison, 2002 • Reprinted: Fantasy Life, 2004 • Reprinted: Miniatures, 2012

Night Sonnet Tucumcari Literary Review #112, Jul/Aug 2001

Wish You Were Here The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Autumn 2001

Heavy DecisionsThe Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Autumn 2001

The Time I Bagged a JunkerChase Park v. 1 #2, 2001

What Happens When You WaitChase Park v. 1 #2, 2001

Mind ReaderThe Aardvark Adventurer, Fall 2001

High and LowMöbius, the Poetry Magazine, Fall-Winter 2001

WonderThe Rockford Review, Autumn 2001

Big BangStar*Line Sept/Oct 2001

Final JourneyMidwest Poetry Review, April 2001 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

EvidenceMidwest Poetry Review, April 2001 • Reprinted: Animal Life, 2004

ChameleonMöbius, the Poetry Magazine, Spring-Summer 2001

Cosmic CinquainsTucumcari Literary Review #110, April 2001

Up at 4 a.m.Tucumcari Literary Review #109, Mar/Apr 2001


Conditional Reality

Terrastina and Mazolli

Marcel et Moi


Why I Still Have Not Written My Flatland StoryThe New York Review of Science Fiction, February 2001 • Reprinted as an ebook by Green Snake Publishing (2010)


CRANK! #3Tangent, Jul/Aug 1994

Fantasy & Science Fiction June 1994Tangent, May/Jun 1994

Space and Time #83Tangent, Mar/Apr 1994

CRANK! #2Tangent, Mar/Apr 1994

CRANK! #1Tangent II, Jan/Feb 1994


“Beams and Dreams” Ruralite, September 1997

“A Botanical Celebrity” Ruralite, August 1997 • Reprinted: Ruralite, March 1998

“Back to the Wild” Ruralite, July 1997

“A Devotion to Perfection” Ruralite, June 1997

“For the Love of Language” Ruralite, May 1997

“Mural Honors Volunteers” Ruralite, April 1997

“The House of Stone” Ruralite, March 1997

“A Place to Call Home” Ruralite, February 1997

“The Farming Game” Ruralite, January 1997 • Reprinted: Ruralite, March 1997 as “Game Inventor Puts Fun in Farming”

“The Magic of Mt. Adams” Ruralite, December 1996

“Love at First Sight” Ruralite, November 1996

“On Top of the World” Ruralite, October 1996

“Painting with Needle and Thread” Ruralite, September 1996

“Master Gardening” Ruralite, August 1996

“Home Sweet Home” Ruralite, July 1996

“Putting Timber Valley on the Map” Ruralite, June 1996

“Tradition” Ruralite, May 1996

“History” Ruralite, April 1996

“Memories and Wildflowers” Ruralite, March 1996

“Martha and Stetson” Ruralite, February 1995 • Reprinted: Ruralite, October 1996

“Renewed Spirit Brings Artist Back” Ruralite, January 1996

“Hairy Cows” Ruralite, December 1995

“Getting the Job Done” Ruralite, November 1995

“Past, Present and Future” Ruralite, October 1995

“Home Sweet Home” Ruralite, September 1995 • Reprinted: Ruralite, April 1996, as “Joseph Drohan’s Houses are for the Birds” abridged

“Answering a Divine Calling” Ruralite, July 1995

“A Noteworthy Obsession” Ruralite, June 1995

“Picnicking With the Pioneers” Ruralite, May 1995

“Pete Graves Sings His Tales” Ruralite, April 1995

“Bingen’s Bike Man Fixeth” Ruralite, March 1995

“Making Fantasy a Reality” Ruralite, February 1995

“Running the River” Ruralite, January 1995

“Making a Difference in the Northwest” Ruralite, December 1994

“Here Comes Mrs. Horsepower” Ruralite, November 1994

“Center Stage in Trout Lake” Ruralite, October 1994 • Reprinted: Ruralite, January 1997, as “Off, Off, Off, Broadway”

“Stewards of Nature” Ruralite, September 1994 • Reprinted: Ruralite, June 1995 as “Where Children and Horses Come Together” abridged

“Ready at a Moment’s Notice When Disaster Strikes” Ruralite, August 1994

“Sandy Thomson is Ready to Play Some Golf” Ruralite, August 1994

“Making Drawing Come to Life” Ruralite, July 1994

“Author Profile: Kim Antieau” Tangent, May/Jun 1994

“Gadget Man” Ruralite, June 1994

“Carving the Rock of Ages” Ruralite, May 1994

“Up to His Neck in Ties” Ruralite, April 1994 • Reprinted: Ruralite, June 1996, as “Collecting Bug has Michael Lamoreaux by the Neck”

“The Art of the Blade” Ruralite, March 1994

“Down to Earth” Ruralite, February 1994

“I Learned to Feel the Air” Yakama Nation Review, January 28, 1994 • Reprinted: The White Salmon Enterprise, March 10, 1994, as “Palmer Perceives a Celilo II”

“Whoop-n-Holler Museum” Ruralite, January 1994 • Reprinted: Ruralite, November 1994, as “Something to Whoop and Holler About”

“A Testament to Time” Ruralite, December 1993

“Potter” Ruralite, November 1993

“Power to the People: The Early Years of the PUD in Klickitat County” Ruralite, October 1993

“Mission with Vision” Ruralite, September 1993

“Cultivating the Power of the Wind” Ruralite, September 1993

“Guardians of the Past” Ruralite, August 1993

“Dennis and Bonnie’s Labor of Love” Ruralite, July 1993

“Mary’s Masterpieces” Ruralite, June 1993

“Forward Into the Past” Ruralite, May 1993

“Life Work” Ruralite, April 1993• Reprinted: Ruralite, April 1994, as “Capturing a Way of Life”

“Living With Leprechauns” Ruralite, March 1993

“Sam Hill’s Gift” Ruralite, February 1993

“Happy to Live in the Past” Ruralite, January 1993

“He’s Been Workin’ On the Railroad” Ruralite, November 1992

“Odyssey of the Mind” Ruralite, October 1992

“The Wizard of Wood” Ruralite, September 1992

“Big Fans of Little Horses” Ruralite, August 1992 • Reprinted: Ruralite, September 1992 as “Small Packages for Big Dreams” abridged

“Singing of Changes” Ruralite, July 1992

“Cold Wind, Hard Land, Tough Tree” Ruralite, June 1992

“The Accidental Artist” Ruralite, May 1992

“The Hoisingtons’ Llovely Llamas” Ruralite, April 1992

“A Musical Vision” Ruralite, March 1992

“Friends are the Frosting on the Cake” Ruralite, February 1992

“Curt Olson, Musher” Ruralite, January 1992

“Wayne Byers’ Brooms” Ruralite, December 1991

“Jack’s Animal Crackers” Ruralite, November 1991

“Blue Heron Environmental Center” Ruralite, October 1991

“Willem is a Wonder” Ruralite, September 1991

“Time Machine” Ruralite, August 1991

“Rachel Gunkel: Still Playing with Mud” Ruralite, July 1991

“Chuck’s Wood Shop” Ruralite, June 1991

“A Couple of Wayside Journalists” Ruralite, May 1991

“John Blake Knows Bread” Ruralite, April 1991 • Reprinted: Ruralite, October 1997, as “No Two Loaves Alike”

“Windward Foundation ‘A Family of Choice'” Ruralite, March 1991

“Outstanding Art” Ruralite, February 1991

“For the Love of Plants” Ruralite, January 1991
“Writing Lifeline” Ruralite, December 1990

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