World Weaver Press is a small publishing company founded in 2012—I took over as Editor-in-Chief in 2016. We've published nearly 40 books, but below are the ones I've had direct editorial influence on, whether developmental editing, copy editing, shortlist feedback, or cover design.
Fire is never tame—least of all the flames of our own kindling.
16 Siren Songs that will exemplify and defy your expectations.
These 12 new tales of Krampus will help you gear up for the most “wonderful” time of the year.
Ginn thinks she has problems at home until she magically lands herself in 16th century Prague.
Earth’s two-party politics is about to get an alien interloper
A sampler platter of fantasy, science fiction, and horror.
Forget the old stereotypes: geeks are sexy.
Koi Pierce dreams other peoples' dreams.
Does your smart kitchen know you better than you know yourself?
Nine sensual dreams of enchantment.
Only she knows the truth that will save her people.
Humorous stories of magic spells gone horribly awry.
Modern space adventures crafted by a new generation.
If Ascot wants a happy ending, she'll just have to write it herself.
Malia returns home the hero of a war she can't remember.
Think you know who Mrs. Claus is? Think again.
Winter is not coming. Winter is here.
Something's rotten in the town of Widget, and Rags-and-Bones knows it's all his fault.
Sometimes unlikely alliances are the only way to survive.
An expert on the past gets a crash course in the future.
During my MFA at University of Colorado, Boulder, I worked with Subito Press on two wonderful and underappreciated short story collections. Liner Notes by James Brubaker explores the emotional impact of popular music, and The Cucumber King of Kedainiai by Wendell Mayo explores the surreal landscape of post-Soviet Lithuania.