- The Speculative Literature Foundation's 2004 Travel Grant
- Nominee, The Speculative Literature Foundation's 2004 Fountain Award for "L'Alchimista"
- Honorable Mention, the 2005 (for 2004 stories) The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Datlow Link and Grant, eds., for "L'Alchimista"
- Recommended Reading Shortlist for the "Parallax Award", Carl Brandon Society, for "Cloud Dragon Skies".
2003. Short story, science fiction. On the hostile planet called Bittersweet, war is extinct but so is privacy. What is the price of freedom? Abyss & Apex
2006. Novelette, fantasy. An evil master of sleep-magic torments a small village in the land of Gujaareh. Cet, a priest of the Dream-Goddess, must overcome both the narcomancer and his own temptations to survive. Set in the same world as the "Tales of the Dreaming Moon" series. Helix
"The Brides of Heaven"
2005. Short story, science fiction. On the planet Iliyin, a colony of women struggles without men. Is a mysterious pool of alien water a blessing from God, or a deadly curse? Forthcoming in Helix in 2007!
"Dragon Cloud Skies"
2004. Short story, science fantasy/slipstream. The sky has turned red and the clouds now dance. A tale of the Earth's final days. Strange Horizons. Also forthcoming as an Escape Pod episode!
"Red Riding-Hood's Child"
2003. Short story, erotica/dark fantasy. Wolves are hunting a youth named Anrin. Some of them are human. Fishnet.
2004. Short story, "food fantasy". On a snowy Milano night, a stranger walks into a restaurant with some very strange ingredients. Is Franca chef enough to cook them? You better believe she is. Scattered Covered Smothered (not available online). Winner of an Honorable Mention from The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 18th collection. Also available as an Escape Pod podcast!
"Too Many Yesterdays, Not Enough Tomorrows"
2003. Short story, science fiction. Can love survive the fracture of the universe? Ideomancer.
"Better Than Ketchup"
2003. Drabble, humorous fantasy. Dragons? Try collard greens. Forthcoming in Flashshot: Year Two.