Bibliography–the story of an unhealthy obsession with words

Recent Publications (after 2010)

Books:

Pandemic Poetry: Across the Fence (2020, Sandfly Books)

Squelched (2020, Sandfly Books)

Dragon Homecoming (2020, Sandfly Books)

The Dragon Defence League (2019, Sandfly Books)

The Dragon Slayer’s Daughter (2018, Sandfly Books)

The Ipswich Witch (2017, Robinne Weiss)

Backyard Bugwatcher(2017, Robinne Weiss)

The Dragon Slayer’s Son (2017, Robinne Weiss)

A Glint of Exoskeleton (2016, Robinne Weiss)

Insects in the Classroom(2017, Robinne Weiss)

Stories:

“Breach” in Te Kōrero Ahi Kā (2018, SpecFicNZ)

“The Pied Piper” in Andromeda Spaceways Magazine (2018)

“To the Centre of the Earth” in Te Kōrero Ahi Kā (2018, SpecFicNZ)

“Mannequin” in Work Literary Magazine (2016)

“How the Albatross Got its Wings” in Fickle Muses (2016)

Articles:

“What Bugs Me About Insects” in Putting the Science in Fiction (2018, Writer’s Digest Books)

“Gender Determination in Animals” in Putting the Science in Fiction (2018, Writer’s Digest Books)

Poems:

“Waiting with Fermin to Catch the Chiva Home” in Peace Corps in Panama: Fifty Years, Many Voices (2013, Peace Corps Writers)

“Leonidas” in Peace Corps in Panama: Fifty Years, Many Voices (2013, Peace Corps Writers)

“Junta” in Peace Corps in Panama: Fifty Years, Many Voices (2013, Peace Corps Writers)

Guest Blogs:

Writing about Venomous Creatures(on Science in Science Fiction, Fact in Fantasy blog)

Writing Realistic Spiders(on Science in Science Fiction, Fact in Fantasy blog)

Insects in Fiction: What Bugs Me(on Science in Science Fiction, Fact in Fantasy blog)

Gender Determination in Fantasy Creatures(on Science in Science Fiction, Fact in Fantasy blog)

Older publications (pre-2010):

“Provoking the Profession” in Legacy (2010, National Association for Interpretation)

“Cool Bugs, Dude” in The Interpreter (2007, National Association for Interpretation)

“Scooping up Great Ideas” in Legacy (2004, National Association for Interpretation)

“Taking Time” in Interpretive Sourcebook: Proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop (2002, National Association for Interpretation)

“So, you have a job! Now what will you do?” in Legacy (2002, National Association for Interpretation)

Hosting a Bug Camp for Kids, Leader’s Guide (2001, The Pennsylvania State University)

“Combining education with science in graduate student work” in American Entomologist (2001)

“International Explorer Camp” in Legacy (2001, National Association for Interpretation)

“Drive your visitors “buggy”” in Legacy (2000, National Association for Interpretation)

“Interpreting Insects: high drama under the hand lens” in Interpretive Sourcebook: Proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop (1999, National Association for Interpretation)

“Insects in Environmental and Outdoor Education: An Underutilized Resource” in Bug Bits (1999, The Pennsylvania State University)

“Dangerous Liaisons: Insects and human history” in Bug Bits (1999, The Pennsylvania State University)

“Insect Migration. Come on! Everyone’s doing it!” in Bug Bits (1998, The Pennsylvania State University)

“Integrated pest management in the classroom” in Bug Bits (1998, The Pennsylvania State University)

Pre-service Environmental Education: Teaching our Teachers, Facilitator’s Manual (1997, The Pennsylvania State University)

Native Tree Reforestation in Panama (1995, US Peace Corps–Panama and Institute for Renewable Natural Resources)

Publications lost in the mists of time:

Uncounted and forgotten natural history articles in local newspapers (1991 – 2000)

Unknown poem for which I have an acceptance letter from Explorer Magazine (1994)

“We live on” in Up Against the Wall, Mother (1991, Miriam Press)

“Dental Appointment” framed and hung on the wall of my dentist’s office, circa 1979

Unknown poem in Highlights Magazine, circa 1979