Creative Work

Original Fiction

“Mount Hiei,” a dark fantasy about two young monks navigating the eerie twilight years of the Heian period.
Published in August 2021 in Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai, a special issue of the journal White Enso.
The issue is free to read online (here), and my story is on (this page).

“Sparkle,” a 50-word story about embracing the beauty of genderqueer identity.
Published in August 2021 in the “Dollar Store” issue of Blink Ink.
The journal’s website is (here), and my story is archived (here).

“At the Edge of the Garden,” a short story about the shadows on the borders of childhood memories.
Published in April 2021 in 3 Moon Magazine, Issue 7: Growing Malcontent.
Each issue of the magazine can be downloaded for free on its website (here).

“The Kumo Diary,” a short story about a mysterious and uncanny manuscript emerging in an age of rationality.
To be published in Winter 2021 in Carpe Noctem, a collection of historical vampire fiction.
The anthology’s Twitter account is (here).

Fiction Contributions to Anthology Zines

“Ms. Weaver’s Halloween Candy,” a short story about a small town with dark secrets.
To be published in Winter 2021 in Midnight Gathering, a zine of original horror fiction.
The zines’s Twitter account is (here).

“How to Board the West Philly Ghost Bus,” my take on a local urban legend.
Published in August 2021 in the first issue of West Philly Zine Club.
The zine is completely analog, but I archived my story (here).

“Apartment Hunting,” an illustrated piece of flash fiction about navigating uncanny spaces.
Published November 2020 in the #PZF2020 Anthology organized by the Philly Zine Fest.
The zine can be downloaded for free (here), and my story is archived (here).

Comics and Illustrations

“My Great Outdoors,” a comic about walking through overgrown urban spaces during the pandemic.
To be published in October 2021 in Issue 2 of Nature Held Me Close, a nonbinary nature zine.
The zine’s account on Tumblr is (here).

“Ruins and Regrowth,” an abstract illustration about recovering from trauma.
Published April 2021 in Analogies & Allegories Literary Magazine, Issue 4: Rejuvenation.
The contents of this issue of the magazine can be accessed for free (here), and a physical copy can be purchased on Amazon (here). My illustration is archived on the magazine’s website (here).

“A Strong and Gentle New Year,” an illustration celebrating the Year of the Ox.
Published February 2021 in Goodbye 2020/Hello 2021, an anthology organized by DC Zinefest.
The zine can be downloaded for free (here), and my illustration is archived (here).

“Cats Will Kill You,” a one-page comic about the tiny monsters we allow into our homes.
Published October 2020 in Catsploitation 2, a horror anthology zine edited by @blankvalleyfilm.
The zine can be downloaded from Etsy (here), and my comic is archived (here).

Contributions to Fandom Anthology Zines

“A Noble Pursuit,” a short story about exploring the past and envisioning the future.
Published in July 2021 in Memorabilia: A Breath of the Wild Archaeological Fanzine.
The zine’s Twitter account is (here), and you can read the story on AO3 (here).

“The Flower Thief,” a short story about border crossings and cultural tensions.
Published in May 2021 in Ties of Time, a fanzine about Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask.
The zine’s Twitter account is (here), and you can read the story on AO3 (here).

“A Worthy Successor,” a short story about a bratty young pirate and a terrible old man.
To be published in September 2021 in The History of Light and Shadow, a fanzine about Ganondorf.
The zine’s Twitter account is (here).

“The Ending We Create,” a short story about how legends are retold by each generation.
To be published in November 2021 in Fated, a fanzine about the relationship between Zelda and Link.
The zine’s Twitter account is (here).

“Watching from the Shadows,” a short story about Impa stepping into the role of Zelda’s mentor.
To be published in January 2022 in Goddess Reborn, a fanzine about the female characters in the Zelda series.
The zine’s Twitter account is (here).