PUBLICATIONS SUMMARY | SELECT RECENT PUBLICATIONS | REVIEWS
The Village Sang to the Sea (Aeon Press, 2012 forthcoming)
Dream Baby (Tor/St. Martin's, 1988).
Humanity Prime (Ace Books; 1971; reissue, Wildside Press, 2007)
Short Story Collection:
The Girl Who Loved Animals and Other Stories (Golden Gryphon Press, 2007)
Edited Fiction Anthologies:
There Won't Be War (with Harry Harrison), Tor Books, New York, NY; Best SF, Brian Aldiss and Harry Harrison, eds. (assistant editor); Their Immortal Hearts, WCPR Press, Reno, Nevada; SF Directions, The Edge Press, New Zealand.
In year's best anthologies: Best American Short Stories 2007, Year's Best Fantasy (various editors and years), Year's Best Science Fiction (various editors and years)
In original and reprint playtech casinos online anthologies: Showcase, Christmas Forever, Vanishing Acts, others
In college textbooks/readers: American Gothic, From Pop to Culture, Above the Human Landscape
In national magazines: Omni, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Asimov's, others.
In literary quarterlies: Glimmer Train, Image, Descant, others.
Foreign language translations (books and magazines): German, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Russian, Polish, Japanese, Chinese
Articles and other contributions on writing craft in Now Write: Speculative Fiction (Tarcher, forthcoming), Creative Writing for People Who Can't Not Write (Zondervan), The Writer's Handbook (The Writer), and The Writer magazine. Articles on science, sports and education in Life, International Wildlife, AV Guide, United Press International, various newspapers.
In literary quarterlies, chapbooks and small press anthologies: Prism International, Southwest Review, College English, others
Reviews and Mentions:
In literary quarterlies: Assembling, West Coast Poetry Review, others
In periodicals like The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Kirkus Review, Publisher's Weekly, Library Journal, Booklist, Futures; books like Learning for Tomorrow and Billion Year Spree; and other reference books, encyclopedias, literary histories, U.S. journals and popular magazines, and foreign-language scholarly journals