The Harvest, a short story about Orange County Evangelicals and the "angels" that come to take them "home." Published in the anthology Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse.
"Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse features eighteen original stories set at the end of the world, as imagined by science fiction and fantasy writers. The tales are inspired by the art of John Martin, and the book was released to coincide with a special exhibition of his work at Tate Britain. Stories of the Apocalypse was launched at Tate Britain's Late at Tate on Friday, 4 November."
Belle Deeds, a short story about a woman obsessed by the need to regain the soul she once sold and her search for the bottle in which she believes it resides.
"Boomtown-gone-bust Pandemonium sits four days' ride from the Texas border, just south of Deseret and on the edge of the Anasazi lands. Under the rule of cattle baron Representation Calhoun, Pandemonium is a rough and tumble place - and it's a town with its fair share of secrets.
A strange cast of characters call Pandemonium home: Sheriff William Paine, Rhod the Killer, Chigger Nine Wren, Sam Swann, Waterloo Jones, Claire Monteith, Chauncy Montclair, Chrissy Miller, Red Haight, Praisegood Scroggins, the Deakins Boys and many more.
A Town Called Pandemonium is the wildest, weirdest West you'll ever visit: a shared world anthology created by some of the best new writers in horror and fantasy."