- Wise Phuul (2016: Inspired Quill) – Designated Page
- Knight to f6, The Flash Fiction Press, 16th May, 2017. – Featured here.
- A Breath Through Silver, Swords and Sorcery Magazine, Issue #66, July 2017. – Featured here.
- The Happiest Man Alive, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Volume IX, Issue IV, October 2017; pp.89-92. – See the magazine’s website and elsewhere.
- Après Moi, le Déluge, Into the Ruins, Issue #7, Fall 2017; pp.37-45. – See the magazine’s website.
- An Extract from the Diary of Peter Mackenzie, Te Kōrero Ahi Kā, editors Grace Bridges, Lee Murray and Aaron Compton (2018: SpecFicNZ); pp.23-28. – Available here, here, and various other places. See here for reception of the anthology as a whole.
- The Mystery of the Nineteen Bells, Wild Musette Journal, #1801: Medusa at the Morgue, March 2018. – Featured here. The journal issue is available here and here.
- Jatkot, The Centropic Oracle, 6th April, 2018 [Audio: Read by Kenneth Tynan]. – Featured here.
- Another Alexandria Next Tuesday, Aurora Wolf, Volume 9, Issue 6, June 2018. – Featured here.
- Pulmenti, Gloriosum Pulmenti, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Volume X, Issue IV, October 2018; pp.17-25. – See the magazine’s website and elsewhere.
- The Keeper, The Horror Zine, April 2019. – Featured here. Available as part of Spring 2019 compilation here.
- In the Land of the Elephant’s Footprint, Into the Ruins, Issue #12, Spring 2019; pp.25-30. – See the magazine’s website.
- Gone Fishing, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Volume XI, Issue II, April 2019. – Available here and elsewhere.
- A Christmas in Bohemia, Infernal Ink Magazine, Fall/Winter 2019 – UPCOMING
- The Regent Booksale Is Actually Much Nicer Than This, Otago Daily Times, 18th May, 2009; p.9. – Featured here.
- The Faerie Knoll, Eternal Haunted Summer, Summer Solstice, June 2016. – Featured here.
- The Night Before Yule, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, Issue #30, November 2016-January 2017. – Featured here, plus a (very) short review and a longer one.
Less important stuff
- Late Medieval Plague and English Economic Revolution – 2004 – A relic from my University days. Still to be found in the University of Otago Library.
Also: My Amazon Author Page.