Works

As a published writer, a number of my articles and stories are available online to read.

“Pittsburgh is the model for another post-apocalyptic landscape in another video game”
An article about downloadable content for the Fallout 3 video game featuring the city of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh City Paper – April 30, 2009

The Shortest Fiction
Several stories inspired by the website’s generated photographs
The Shortest Fiction – 2012

“A Kind of Magic”
A piece of flash fiction about a wizard seeking gainful employment
Every Day Fiction – November 7, 2011

“Christmas at 40,000 Feet”
A creative essay regarding travel on the holidays
Airplane Reading – February 1, 2012

“The Gadchick Guide to Surviving San Diego Comic-Con”
A humorously honest how-to on tackling the annual epicenter of geekdom
Gadchick.com – July 11, 2012

“Gadchick Lit: The Bedwetter by Sarah Silverman”
The first article in a new series of smart books for smart ladies
Gadchick.com – July 31, 2012

“Metastatic Heartbreak”
Flash fiction story about what it means to find a way out of love for good
Every Day Fiction – August 3, 2012

“Gadchick Lit: Koko Be Good by Jen Wang”
A review of a fantastic graphic novel that you should read
Gadchick.com – September 14, 2012

How Bioshock Infinite Got It Right
Perspective on the dynamic female characters of the acclaimed 2K game
Gadchick.com – April 9, 2013

Wild Flower
A short story about the primal changes that overtake a young woman after giving birth
Moon Magazine – September 2, 2013

Through the Google Glass
Part 1: Getting My Glass Handed to Me
Part 2: Keeping It Glassy
Part 3: Through a Google Glass, Snarky
A 3-part series about Google’s newest innovation, the Google Glass
Gadchick.com – September 24-26, 2013

Reborn
A sinister tale about what it means to be a mother (subscription required — but affordable! Link updated! Now free!)
Fireside Fiction Company – April 16, 2014

ScareHouse’s The Basement returns
A review of a local Pittsburgh event in conjunction with one of America’s scariest haunted houses.
Pittsburgh City Paper – October 8, 2014

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