“Wish Wash” forthcoming in The Hideous Book of Hidden Horrors, 2022
“When Auntie’s Due” forthcoming in Mother, 2022
“The Terror Bay Resort Experience” forthcoming from The Wicked Library, 2022
“Death Plate Seating for 1,000” in Thirteen Haunted Houses, 2022
“The Emperor” in the Arcana exhibit in Munich, Germany, 2021
“Low Tide” in the Horror Writers Association Poetry Showcase vol. VIII, 2021
“The Time That is Left” in Shadow Atlas, 2021
“Root Rot” in Humans are the Problem: A Monster Anthology, 2021
“Bloody Bon Secours” in Violent Vixens, August 2021
“Seeing Stones” in The Bad Book, July 2021
“The Inn of the Fates” in Under Twin Suns, June 2021
“Trouble with Fate” in We Are Wolves, winter 2020
“Mother Yolk” in the Horror Writers Association Poetry Showcase vol. VII, fall 2020
“The Hope Chest” reprint Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year volume 12, September 2020
“Fortuna’s Wheel” for the Arcana virtual exhibit in Munich, Germany, summer 2020
“Into the Wood” reprint in Weird Dream Society anthology, summer 2020
Debut collection OUT OF WATER. Nominated for the Bram Stoker Award, the This Is Horror Award, and Ladies of Horror Fiction Award. Released November 1st, 2019 from JournalStone/Trepidatio Publishing
“The Hope Chest” in Black Static #72, November 2019
“Diamond Saw” in Black Static #71, September 2019
“Into the Wood” in the Pareidolia anthology from Black Shuck Books, July 2019
Debut novel THE BONE WEAVER’S ORCHARD. Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel, winner of the This Is Horror Award for Novel of the Year. Nominated for the Ladies of Horror Fiction Award for Best Debut. Released February 2019 by Journalstone/Trepidatio Publishing.
“Endoskeletal” reprint in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year vol 10, June 2018
“Still Life with Natalie” in Suspended in Dusk 2 from Grey Matter Press, July 2018
“Tall Grass, Shallow Water” in Lamplight, Vol. 6, issue 2, December 2017
“Dead Man’s Curve” in The Shadow Booth, December 2017
“The Eyes of Salton Sea” in California Screamin’ anthology, October 2017
“Intersect” at Gamut, October 2017
“Through Gravel” in Behold!: Oddities Curiosities and Undefinable Wonders from Crystal Lake Publishing, July 2017
“Endoskeletal” in Black Static #59, July 2017
“That’s for Remembrance” in Menacing Hedge Summer 2017
“Golden Avery” reprinted in Gamut, June 2017
“Thorn Tongue” in Gamut vol 4, April 2017
“In Tongues” in Menacing Hedge Fall 2016 (nominated for Best of the Net 2017)
“Making Monsters” in Stupefying Stories, August 2016
“The Eye Liars” in Exigencies anthology from Dark House Press, June 2015
“Magnifying Glass” in Black Static #46, May 2015
“Grave Mother” in The Best of Vine Leaves Literary Journal 2014.
“Lonely Margaret’s Pepper” at Revolt Daily, October 2014
“Quarter Turn to Dawn” in Suspended in Dusk anthology, Books of the Dead Press, September 2014
“Golden Avery” in Black Static #40, May 2014
“Inquisition” at Revolt Daily, May 2014
“Perfect Pease” in Pantheon Magazine Aphrodite issue, April 2014
“Grave Mother” in Vine Leaves Literary Journal issue #9, January 2014 (nominated for a Pushcart Prize)
“Pomegranate Wine” in Pantheon Magazine Dionysus issue, January 2014
I thought ‘Endoskeletal’ in the lastest issue of Black Static was tremendous – thanks for writing it.
Thanks so much, Rob!
You’re one of the best writers around. Keep it up!!!!!!!
I hope it’s okay to ask here, but I saw your review on the Pen Addict for the Kokuyo Soft Ring Notebook. I was wondering if you had any Iroshizuku inks and if so, did they play well with this Notebook? I have the Kokuyo Campus and noticed it doesn’t particularly care for Iro inks, unfortunately. Thank you in advance for the help! ❤
Hi Jessica! I just tested out some Iro ink (Ina Ho) on my Kokuyo notebook (in the soft ring, not a Campus, as I don’t have one on hand right now) and it did very well. I know a lot of notebook companies have paper that sometimes varies in quality. I wonder if the Campus uses different paper! I’ll have to pick one up soon and play. 🙂
How do you edit your books if you write your rough draft in a notebook? I, too, would much rather write than type, but then do you use multiple notebooks until your final draft is done?
As a fellow lover of fine fountain pens and paper, I enjoyed your brief Feedspot article, “The Downside of the Handwritten Novel.” Do you outline before handwriting your first drafts, and if so, do you use any software tools or is it also a pen-and-paper process? Also, what software and hardware tools do you use and enjoy using most after your handwritten draft? Again, thanks for the great article!
While I enjoy my fountain pens – if you are looking for a way to transcribe your handwriting then take a look at the Neo Smart Pen or the Wacom Bamboo Slate. Each solution allows you to have your handwriting transcribed where you can then save it as text or Word document. You can also try the Everlast Rocketbook’s which offer handwriting transcription
Hope this helps