“Death in Farm Country,” The New Territory, Issue 12, Spring 2022 (in press).
“Ozark Family Fugitives,” OzarksWatch (in press).
“Green Growing Things“, Phelps County Focus print edition as “Ozarkers are a Gardening People”, June 2021.
r paranormal Solía repartir listas de reglas inventadas como truco promocional. Entonces sucedió algo horrible. (Spanish narration of “The Blue Man on the Current River”). Originally published as “I’m a wilderness guide. I used to hand out lists of made-up rules as a promotional stunt. Then something horrible happened.” on /r/nosleep. November 26, 2021.
Viidith22, “Bubba the Bloodsucker”. November 22, 2021.
Mr. Creeps, “I’m A Wilderness Guide, I Used To Hand Out Made Up Lists Of Rules, Something Happened”. Narration of “The Blue Man on the Current River”. Originally published as “I’m a wilderness guide. I used to hand out lists of made-up rules as a promotional stunt. Then something horrible happened.” on /r/nosleep. November 21, 2021.
Otis Jiry’s Scary Stories Told in the Dark: A Horror Anthology Series, S9E016 “Folkloric Frights”. Also on YouTube. Otis narrates “My Mother’s Burnt Offerings” and “That new subscription meal box really sucked.” For patrons: “I said it with flowers. That was a mistake.” and “How do you get a banjo player off your porch?” October 24, 2021.
I’m the Game Master for Railsend Mysteries, an actual play podcast set in the Missouri Ozarks. For those unfamiliar with this sort of podcast, it’s “collaborative storytelling” that uses a role playing game with dice as together we find out what happens next. For Railsend Mysteries, we’re telling the story of four “outsiders” sent to fight monsters, haints, cults, and the occasional human in the Ozark hills. More information is available at Railsend Mysteries. New episodes drop bi-weekly.