My Publication History

Here’s where my stuff has been published. Let me know if you have any trouble with any of these.



I wrote articles and ran the magazine for nine issues, so my non-fiction stuff is all throughout those issues, but the second issue, V1I2, has a story of mine, “An Errand” Find it here:



“Grace” was published in a metaphysical magazine called The Accord, a print publication that is now difficult to find. I retain the copyright, so here’s a link to it here.

I’ve got two versions here, the one printed back then, and a more modern edited copy  reflecting my writing about a quarter of a century later.

[coming soon: Revised version]

Magnets and Ladders

Magnets and Ladders is a web based publication that accepts works under 2500 words in length and only accepts writing from folks with a disability. I’ve had good luck publishing with them, as you can see below. Please let me know if you have trouble finding any of these works.


Fall/Winter 2014-2015: Pink Slip and Working

Fall/Winter 2015-2016: The Telegraph

Fall/Winter 2016-2017: Flakes

Fall/Winter 2017-2018: The Power of the Press (First Place Fiction)

Spring/Summer 2018: Feet of Lead (honorable mention) and What I did Last Summer

Fall/Winter 2018-2019: Home Sweet Home and The Tie That Binds

Fall/Winter 2019-2020: Bank Note (honorable mention) and Shut Up Mike

Fall/Winter 2020-2021: Consequences (Second Place)

Fall/Winter 2021-2022: Before the Fall (First Place) and Remember to Tip

Fall/Winter 2022-2023: Five Hundred Candles (first place) and Fighting Fire


Coming Soon

The following novels are through editing and need covers When they’re published there’ll be a page for each one of them, accessed through this page

Molly and Me

A novel about a blind woman and her unusual guide dog

Déjà vu

“If I knew back in high school what I know now…” Almost everyone says that at some point. But what would it be like if it happened?

Attack of the Horny Brainy Babes

What’s the social, cultural, and economic changes if the ratio between males and females changes in a fast and drastic manner? Randy Howland has a front row seat to these evolving elements.

Life With Monty

A novella about life with a genius and how that affects those around him. Note: some trans content involved

Let Sleeping Gods Lie

Do ancient gods ever go away, or do they go to sleep because nobody’s worshipping them anymore? Janna finds out the answer to this question in this novella.