Stories have been my passion for as long as I can remember.  I wrote my first in fourth grade and have known since then that it was what I want to do with my life.  As I have grown, storytelling has be come one of the ways in which I engage most intimately with the world: themes of ethics, and queerness, and love, and Paganism … the stuff of my life.

Mundus Occultus

The Mundus Occultus is a world of urban fantasy and occult horror and supernatural mystery.  It is a world of monsters and gods and demons and heroes, all the more terrifying for its familiarity.   These stories are rooted in myth and history and folklore, so often even more terrible than the conventions of the genres of horrorr and weird fiction in which the world is also rooted.
There are currently two novellas set in the  Hidden World available for purchase on Amazon in Kindle format.
For other electronic formats, feel free to shoot me an email.

Ozark Mountain Nightmare

Bad Trip

Luke, Jacob, Steve, and Rich are four friends on a summer road trip, looking for good time girls and exploring haunted houses up and down the east coast. One house, though, outside of Athol, Massachusetts, is full of much more than just bad vibes and cheap thrills. As the four friends make their way the Whitley manor, room by room, they find first mystery, then horror, and finally doom.
Megan has been coming out to the cabin every summer since Eric and Liz brought her and James with them on their family vacation after their sophomore year of high school. Things have changed since then – Eric’s gotten married; James is now exclusively gay – but the tradition remains: the axis of peace and hope and, for lack of a better word, family around which her otherwise banal and depressing year revolves. Angel comes with them, now, and every year James brings a different boy. This year is no different, at first.

An unseasonable cold hits the mountain as evening approaches, and a cold rain falls as the sun sets. The wind sounds like someone screaming, and the lamps don’t illuminate the cabin like they should. They manage to convince themselves it’s just their imaginations, at first — rain happens when you’re camping, right? And James’ buddy Randal is just a religious nut who’s scared of storms. Nevermind that the locals don’t go out alone after dark, or the number of tourists “lost” in the Ozarks every year. The darkness can’t move outside the window.

What’s worse, though, the darkness, itself, moving? Or something moving outside in the darkness?

Coming Soon:

The Mark of the Wolf

When a young woman is attacked by a werewolf, the only people she feels safe telling are the strange goth kids everyone says are witches. When they agree to help her, they are drawn into a larger world of more dangerous magic than they had ever known.
My debut novel, The Mark of the Wolf will introduce the reader to the Mundus Occultus on a larger scale.  Forces both cosmic and mortal will come to bear on a miss-matched assortment of young people in the Midwest in the late 1990s. 


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Journey Through The Obsidian Dream

Outside of my fiction, my primary literary outlet is my blog: Journey Through The Obsidian Dream, where I write about my spiritual experiences, and the theory, theology, practice, and politics of modern Neopagan witchcraft, and the Pagan community at large.