Selected Bibliography

“Goblin Moon” and “Counter Clockwise Sideways Down (4am in Wonderland)” in Dissections, March 2015. Online journal.

“Lost October,” Fields of Fantasy: Baseball Tales of the Fantastic and Supernatural (Night Shade, 2014) Ed. Rick Wilber, and Baseball Fantastic (Quarry Press, 2001), Ed. W.P. Kinsella

Ed., Revised Edition, The Treasury of the Fantastic: Romanticism to the Early Twentieth Century, with Jacob Weisman (Berkeley: North Atlantic, 2001. Rptd in San Francisco: Tachyon, 2013.)

“The Wizard of Ashes and Rain,” The Mammoth Book of  Dark Magic (Robinson, 2013) and The Mammoth Book of Black Magic (Running Press, 2013) and The Mammoth Book of Sorcerers’ Tales (Carroll & Graf, 2004), Ed. Mike Ashley and Weird Tales (Winter/2001)

“Revising Horror” (p), Mythic Delirium (Spring, 2013)

Critical Discourses of the Fantastic, 1712-1831 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2011)

“Old Foss is the Name of His Cat,” Tails of Wonder and Imagination: Cat Stories (Night Shade, 2010), Ed. Ellen Datlow and Clockwork Phoenix (Mythic Delirium Books, 2008), Ed. Mike Allen

Ed., Fantastic Literature: A Critical Reader (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004).

“Enchanted Ground,” Realms of Fantasy (June 2000)

“The Cry of Those Waiting Under the Bridge” (p), Weird Tales (Winter 99/00)

“The Possibility of Love on Mars” (p), Asimov’s (June, 1999)

“I Met a Traveler from an Antique Land,” Realms of Fantasy (October, 1998)

“Egyptian Motherlode,” with Jacob Weisman, Realms of Fantasy (March, 1998)

“Nevertheless You May Sing to Me” (p), tomorrowsf (1997)

“The Starbound Quixote” (p), tomorrowsf (1997)

“Of Roses and Dragons,” Dragons (Sovereign Seal, 1996), Ed. James B. King

The Fantastic Sublime: Romanticism and Transcendence in Nineteenth-century Children’s Fantasy Literature (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1996)

Country Mouse, City Mouse, Pulphouse (July, 1995)

“Death and the Dragon,” with Jacob Weisman, Gaslight (Aug, 1993)

“Splatter Us, Clatter Us” (p), Asimov’s (Mar, 1990)

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