poetry and fiction

Intelligent Children (short stories)

Intelligent Children is a collection of short stories, geared towards exploring the peculiar nature of children and their adventures into the unknown. Including stories about demonic possession, a child's odd obsession with a morgue, a young girl's memory, and a teenager's unfortunate luck, Intelligent Children captures the minds of children in an obscure and exciting way, proving that children, no matter what age, are smart, witty, and whimsical. (read it here)

A Whole-Headed Phenomenon (poetry)

A Whole-Headed Phenomenon is a collection of short poems inspired by dreams, the subconscious, and the beautiful illusions we encounter in everyday life. (read it here)

An It Harm None, Do What Thou Wilt: A Book of Spells (photo book)

Carefully crafted miniatures photographed in a peaceful, bright environment, and paired with simple spells. Taking on the feel of a recipe book, this book of spells presents witchcraft in a positive, encouraging light.

Panophobia (short story)

Winner of an Editor's Choice Award, and printed in the paper copy of TeenInk, Panophobia follows a high school student exploring the unnerving world of phobias. But what caused this obsession to take over her life? (read the print version here, or the online version here)

Burning Autumn (novel)

With trust comes risks. . . Ella Sole, a free-spirited and kind-hearted seventeen-year-old girl needs to get away from her past. Everything needs to be left behind. When Ella is accepted at Willow Lake Academy for Artistic And Talented Students, she's thrilled. The school is far from her old, dreaded home, and offers great opportunities for her. As Ella adjusts to her new environment, she meets a mysterious, intriguing boy, Dillon Brapper. Dillon is hiding something, and Ella is determined to find out what it is. When she learns the truth, she must embark on a journey like no other and keep secrets from her closest friends, including her roommate, Tallie. Burning Autumn describes the passion which comes with trust, and goes deeper than ever into the heart of the unknown. (find it here)