Publications

Fiction and Poetry Credentials

Editing, Proofreading, and Composition Credentials

  • Copy Editor for The Inquisitr website (ongoing from September 2018.)
  • Curator of the Science Fiction Poetry Association Halloween Poetry Reading for 2016.
  • Edited the young adult fantasy novel A Measure of Disorder by Alan Tucker.
  • Edited and composed Stories: 1961-2005 by Keith Keller for publication.
  • Edited and composed One is Infinity by Robert A. Granger for publication.
  • Active member of several Denver-area writing and critique groups, where I’ve gained a reputation as a good fact-checker and manuscript editor.
  • Edited and composed the 1987 edition of the Fort Lewis College literary magazine, Images.
  • Former question proofreader for Academic Hallmarks, provider of software and original questions for live academic contests.

Non-Fiction Credentials

  • Multiple news articles for The Inquisitr website
  • “Communications Entrepreneur of the Year Profile”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, April 2009 (Unfortunately, the magazine folded before this issue saw print.
  • “Future of Communications in the Front Range”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, February/March 2009
  • “Room for Rent:  No Pets, but Servers Welcome”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, January 2009 (A PDF of that article was available on the FORTRUST Datacenter website for several years.)
  • “Software as a Service: Building on the Intangible”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, November/December 2008
  • “Virtualization: How to Use Every Last Bit of Your IT Infrastructure”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, October 2008
  • “SOA: A Symphony for System Harmony … Or a One-Hit Wonder?”, Rocky Mountain TechLine, September 2008
  • “The Dark Side of the Coin”, ComputorEdgeJanuary 11, 2008
  • “Good Things in Small Packages”, ComputorEdgeDecember 14, 2007
  • “Nanotech Trends”, ComputorEdgeNovember 30, 2007
  • “JACKing Into Linux Music Distributions”, ComputorEdge Linux Link column, November 16, 2007
  • “Le Galerie Virtuelle: The Growth of the Online Art Gallery”, ComputorEdgeNovember 9, 2007
  • “The Ever-Changing Wireless Standard”, ComputorEdgeSeptember 28, 2007
  • “Personal Backups: Strengths and Pitfalls”, ComputorEdgeMay 4, 2007
  • “The Appeal of the White Box”, ComputorEdgeDecember 15, 2006
  • “Synchronicity”, ComputorEdgeSeptember 22, 2006
  • “Wine Gets Better with Age”, ComputorEdge Linux Link column, September 8, 2006
  • “Letting Go of the (In)Security Blanket”, ComputorEdgeAugust 25, 2006
  • “The Virtual Card Table: Social Interaction Through Casual Gaming”, ComputorEdgeAugust 4, 2006
  • “Embracing the Third Screen”, ComputorEdgeJune 30, 2006
  • “Go Inside and Play!”, ComputorEdgeJune 9, 2006
  • “Open Source Influences in the Real World”, ComputorEdgeMay 5, 2006
  • “The DVD Disconnect”, ComputorEdgeApril 14, 2006
  • “From Plugging In to Plugging Product”, ComputorEdgeNovember 18, 2005
  • “High-Tech, Low-Cost Hitching”, ComputorEdgeNovember 4, 2005
  • “Project Freevo: DIY DVR”, ComputorEdgeOctober 28, 2005
  • “Everybody’s Working for the Wiki”, ComputorEdgeOctober 14, 2005
  • “Wardriving and the WPA”, ComputorEdgeSeptember 30, 2005
  • “Spying on Aunt Ida”, ComputorEdgeAugust 19, 2005
  • “Communication at the Speed of Life”, ComputorEdgeJuly 22, 2005
  • “Part of the Whole”, ComputorEdgeDecember 17, 2004
  • Multiple paid articles for the AllAbout series of websites.
  • Several articles for the GearLive.com website.  Click here for a list.

Writing Workshop Participation

  • Leonard “Red” Bird’s poetry critique group (late 1980s)
  • Ed Bryant’s Writer’s Circle critique group (intermittent, 1998 to current, now called Ed Bryant’s Wednesday Night Writers)
  • Old Possum’s Writing Group (approx. 2000 to 2005)
  • Melanie Tem’s Critique Group (2000 to 2013)
  • Bruce Holland Rogers Writing Workshop (2002)
  • Odyssey Online Writing Workshop: Worldbuilding (2011)
  • Futurescapes Writing Workshop (2019)

Literary Convention Participation

  • Science Fiction Literature Conference — 1987 (student organizer)
  • World Horror Con — 2000 (volunteer and band member)
  • MileHiCon — 2005-present (panelist and author)
  • Westercon 71 — (panelist, author, musician)
  • Myths and Legends Con — 2015-2019 (panelist, author, musician)
  • Galaxy Fest — 2016 (panelist)
  • WhimsyCon — 2018-present (panelist, author, musician)
  • Denver Comic Con/Denver Pop Culture Con — 2018-present (panelist)