Publications

A chronological view of Vera’s published writings, including fiction and poetry by approximate publish date. Works on top are more recent. Online work is linked to the original publication for your enjoyment.

Seven Days to Topside (fiction)
My first published short story, a work of science fiction, in COSMOS Magazine, July 2012

Trace Her Shadow
First published in Magee Park Poets Anthology 2009

Those Four Little Words
First published in Magee Park Poets Anthology 2008

The Kelpie
First published on Moonlit Path, October 2007.

Horsemen
First published on Moonlit Path, October 2007.

Fireworks Contemplate on July 5th
First published on Yvonne’s War Poetry website, October, 2007.

These Boots
First published in miller’s pond, September 2007.

Time is Mortal
First published in miller’s pond, September, 2007.

Planet Raiders
First published in Sci Fi Fan, April 2007.

Meat in the House of the Dead
First published in the 2006 San Diego Poetry Annual, available at Amazon, March 2007

Graveyard Exhibitionists
First published in Damn Good Writing, February 2007

Water Into Words
First published in Damn Good Writing, February 2007

Night Is My House
First published in Abyss & Apex, January 2007

Fool’s Food
First published in Magee Park Poets Anthology 2007

The Devil Stands Near My Pulpit
First published in Abyss & Apex, May 2006

The Karma of Crows
First published in Magee Park Poets Anthology 2006

Graveyard for Flowers
First place in a local contest against Proposition A in Encinitas, CA. The issue concerned the re-zoning of agricultural land for residential use. The proposition was defeated.

Triangle of Night
First published in Mobius, January 2006.

The Wizard and the Sorceress
First published in Abyss & Apex, August 2005

Shadows
First published in Heliotrope, May 2005

Monkey Bars
First published in Heliotrope, May 2005

Poison Maker
First published in Magee Park Poets Anthology 2005

Tonight the Lights
First published in Ship of Fools, December 2004

Eyes of Autumn
First Place in the Shadow Poetry Seasonal Poetry Contest, July 2004

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