And at My Back I Always Hear, Word Horde, 2022. Order here.
Ana Kai Tangata, Fedogan & Bremer, 2014.
Art by David Verba, Foreword by Laird Barron, Afterword by John Pelan
“The Bad Outer Space”
“Ana Kai Tangata”
“Eyes Exchange Bank”
“The Soft Frogs”
“Do You Like To Look At Monsters?” (Chapbook, Limited Edition Only)
Short Stories and Novellas
“The Thing (in the Hole[in the Tree]),” Spoon Knife 5: Liminal, edited by Andrew M. Reichart, Dora M. Raymaker, and Nick Walker. Neuroqueer Books, 2021. Order here.
“Geschafte,” Nighttrain: Next Weird, reprint/German translation. Originally appeared in Ana Kai Tangata. White Train, forthcoming October 1, 2018. More info here.
“When the Blue Sky Breaks,” Looming Low, edited by Sam Cowan and Justin Steele, Dim Shores, August 2017. Order here.
“Vi piace guardare i mostri?” (Italian translation of “Do You Like to Look at Monsters?”), Hypnos #6. August 2016. Order here.
“The Croaker,” Sidecar Preservation Society, limited edited chapbook in hardcover and paper, 2016. Order here.
“Eyes Exchange Bank,” Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Vol. I, edited by Laird Barron and Michael Kelly. Undertow Publications, 2014; The Grimscribe’s Puppets, edited by Joseph S. Pulver Sr. Miskatonic River Press, 2013
“The Bad Outer Space,” Chapbook, Dunhams Manor Press, 2013
“Ana Kai Tangata,” The Aklonomicon, edited by Ivan McCann and Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Aklo Press, 2012.
“alligators,” Lovecraft eZine #31, June 2014.
“The Wizard of OK,” Resonator: New Lovecraftian Tales From Beyond, edited by Scott R. Jones. Martian Migraine Press, 2015.
“You Are What You Eat,” Strange Aeons #10, edited by Kelly Young, 2013.
“In The Tank,” Lovecraft eZine #16, edited by Mike Davis, July 16, 2012.
Circles of Dread, by Jean Ray, from the original French, Wakefield Press, 2020.
The Grand Nocturnal: Tales of Dread, by Jean Ray, from the original French, Wakefield Press, 2020.
Cruise of Shadows: Haunted Stories of Land and Sea, by Jean Ray, from the original French, Wakefield Press, 2019.
Whiskey Tales, by Jean Ray, from the original French, Wakefield Press, 2018.
Poetry by Delmira Agustini, from the original Spanish. Resist and Refuse, Dim Shores Press, 2017. Order here.
Malpertuis, by Jean Ray. Reissue of edition translated by Iain White with afterword by Scott Nicolay. Wakefield Press, 2021.
Research into Marginal Living: The Selected Stories of John D. Keefauver, with an introduction by Joe Lansdale, afterword and story notes by Scott Nicolay. Lethe Press, summer 2021.
Tormented Virgin, by John D. Keefauver, with a foreword by Brit Mandelo and afterword by Scott Nicolay. Lethe Press, 2019.
Essays and Oddities
Introduction, The Stay-Awake Men and Other Unstable Oddities, by Matthew M. Bartlett. Dunhams Manor Press, 2017. Order here.
Stories from the Borderland: “The Black Destroyer” and “Discord in Scarlet” by A.E. van Vogt. Unwinnable Monthly, October 2016.
Introduction. Lost Signals. Edited by Max Booth III and Lori Michelle. Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, June 2016. Order here.
Stories from the Borderland: “Horror Howce” by Margaret St. Clair. Weird Fiction Review, May 10, 2016.
“The Expanding Borders of Area X: Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach in the Context of a Weird Renaissance,” Weird Fiction Review, Nov. 21, 2014.
“Five Favorite Weird Tales,” Lovecraft eZine, July 22, 2014.
“Dogme 2011 for Weird Fiction: one writer’s manifesto for uncanny fiction,” Weird Fiction Review, Nov. 21, 2011.
“The Ponape Scripture,” The Starry Wisdom Library: The Catalogue of the Greatest Occult Book Auction of All Time. Edited by Nate Pedersen. PS Publishing Ltd., 2014.
“Footsteps in the Dark Zone: Ritual Cave Use in Southwest Prehistory,” Sacred Darkness: A Global Perspective on the Ritual Use of Caves, edited by Holley Moyes. University Press of Colorado, 2012.
“The Sorcerer’s Speech Beneath the Kapok Tree,” Luna Luna, Oct. 30, 2014.
“foliated cross,” Luna Luna, Oct. 30, 2014.
“the landscape papers #1: an arrow for Adam,” Luna Luna, Oct. 30, 2014.
“Falling Landscapes Give You So Much More,” “Monstrous Yet Delicious,” “Only the Stones Renamed,” “Mothering with Scissors,” four by Scott Nicolay and Lesley Wheeler.
Lok’aa’ ch’egai Mountain: Poems from a sheepherder’s journal, Yoo-Hoo Press, 1992.