- “Stop Screaming.” The sky is black milk and the clouds are ash. Luna Luna.
- “Charlotte.” You carry an ember, Charlotte, a bright-burning star. Grimoire.
- “Itch.” It begins in the middle of her back. Necessary Fiction.
- “The Golden Key.” It’s late winter when he finds the box. FLAPPERHOUSE.
- “Drownings.” Bodies are drifting down from above. Black Warrior Review.
- “In Grief.” Widowed, I locked myself into the curio room. Curious Specimens (Sundress Publications).
- “Alfa Whiskey Echo.” We used to talk in code. Midnight Breakfast.
- “The Garden.” The air in the garden was green. Luna Station Quarterly.
- “May Queen.” Our mothers remind us it is not the worst thing to be ugly. Fairy Tale Review.
- “The Lady’s Maid.” Sometimes she wonders about the girls whose heads her lady wears. Podcastle (audio/reprint).
- “The Lady’s Maid.” Sometimes she wonders about the girls whose heads her lady wears. Queers Destroy Fantasy!
- “For Luck.” Drown the bird for luck, she tells me. Underwater New York.
- “Darling.” When I slit your throat, I expect you to say thank you. Lightning Cake.
- “Teeth.” Pull out my teeth, darling, if you don’t want to get bit. Lightning Cake.
- “Minnow.” And then I swelled up like a helium balloon. Shimmer.
- “Sleep.” If you’re tired, I will dig you a bed in the soft dirt of a field . . . Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet.
- “Jem’s Inner Struggle.” She wasn’t sure why one life wasn’t enough . . . WOMANZINE.
- “Winter.” Nine red girls hang across from me . . . Pindeldyboz.
- “‘New Minted from the Brothers Grimm’: Folklore’s Purpose and the Folkloresque in The Tales of Beedle the Bard” (with Jeffrey Tolbert). In The Folkloresque: Reframing Folkore in a Popular Culture World, edited by Michael Dylan Foster and Jeffrey A. Tolbert.
- “Likeness.” For two years, I was professionally still. WOMANZINE.
- “20 mad scientists who turned against their creations.” io9.