Bibliography

J.C. Hart Banner with stylised picture of birds and moon and text "where myth and fantasy collide"

Short Stories:

Te Ika – republished in Year’s Best, by Paper Road Press (2019)

Te Ika – published in Cthulu: Land of the Long White Cloud, by IFWG (2018)

Hope Lies North – published in At the Edge, by Paper Road Press (2017)

Carving out a Life – published in Regeneration, by Random Static Press (2013)

The Dead Way – published in Baby Teeth, by Paper Road Press (2013)

The Comfort of Wood – published on The Lorelai Signal (2012)

Birth Rights – republished on Comets and Criminals, Volume 1 (2012)

Almost Perfect – published in Tales for Canterbury, by Random Static Press (2011)

Birth Rights – published in A Foreign Country, by Random Static Press (2010)

Novellas and Novels:

Of Souldust and Starlight – 2017, self published

In the Earth’s Embrace – 2017, self published

Beneath Broken Waves – 2017, self published

Serafina’s Flame – 2017, self published

Sun Touched – 2015, self published

Burn – 2015, self published

The Way the Sky Curves – 2015, self published

In the Spirit – 2014, self published

Nova Blake cover depicts hooded woman with wand and text Gods, Glamours, and Good Times

Short stories:

Not What She Eggspected – published in Platypus Between the Sheets, 2019

An Unexpected Gift – published in Deadly Night: A Twisted Christmas Anthology, 2018

Teeth and Treasure – published in Scream: A Collection of Fears, V.1, 2018

Seeking Satisfaction – published in Holidays Between the Sheets, 2018

Novels and Novellas:

Queen of Disaster – 2019, self-published

Ebony Ascends – 2018, self published

Ebony Awakens – 2018, self published

Ebony Slumbers – 2018, self published



Everyone needs a ridiculously high pair of heels with bright zombies all over it. Right? I mean, I can't walk very far in them, but sometimes things just make you happy, and these have helped inspire a few plot breakthroughs as I wear them around the house; I think the height change helps see things from a different perspective (at least that's what I tell myself).

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Everyone needs a ridiculously high pair of heels with bright zombies all over it. Right? I mean, I can't walk very far in them, but sometimes things just make you happy, and these have helped inspire a few plot breakthroughs as I wear them around the house; I think the height change helps see things from a different perspective (at least that's what I tell myself).

Look around the site for more hidden links to weird, wonderful, and sometimes outright creepy parts of my life.