Bibliography

2016

Tiny #2, Silverline, Sept

Tiny #1, Silverline, May

“Detestable Practices” , “It’s A Crime” , “The Narrow Way” , “Enough!”  comic shorts in The Truth For Youth, Revival Fires International, January

2015

“To Carry The Colors” comic short in Victor’s Horror Compendium, High Anxiety Studios, October

Krey Classic GN (collects 5 issues of Krey) March

Demon’s Tails Classic GN (collects 4 issues of Demon’s Tails) March

The SadoMannequin (one-shot comic), Silverline, February

2014

The Remaining (graphic novel), Kingstone, September

Broken Down Truck” short story in Arkansas Review, Vol 45 Issue 2, August

2013

“Haints” short story in Southern Haunts anthology, Seventh Star Press, March

2011

“The Two-Faced Detective From Io” short story in Cosmic Crime Stories issue 2, Sam’s Dot Publishing, July

2010

“Polycarp” (8 pages) in Martyrs Graphic Novel, Kingstone, June

Martyrs

Buying Time, (novel) The Southern Cross Publishing, May

Buying Time

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Campfire, April

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

2009

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Campfire, Feb

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Campfire Graphic Novel) (Adaptation)

2008

“Breaking In From The Sticks” Sketch Magazine #34 Oct

2007

“PHS teacher authors textbook” The Piggott Times Aug 29
“South Thornton Church of Christ hires new pulpit minister” The Piggott Times Aug 29
“The long goodbye” [ed] The Piggott Times Aug 29
“It’s time to go back to school!” The Piggott Times Aug 22
“Piggott City Council passes CPI Ordinance; residents argue about parking” The Piggott Times Aug 22
“A good nap is hard to beat” [ed] The Piggott Times Aug 22
“PCH delivers baby; first in several years” The Piggott Times Aug 15
“How many Spongebobs?” [ed] The Piggott Times Aug 15

“Smith still picknicking at 92” Golden Years Aug 14-15
“Bikers to come to, through Piggott” The Piggott Times Aug 8
“Bread of Life Christian Bookstore opens on Main Street” The Piggott Times Aug 8
“Faith is more than cooking: FBC hires full time minister of youth” The Piggott Times Aug 8
“Death and taxes” [ed] The Piggott Times Aug 8
“Cowboy travels cross-country on horse” The Piggott Times Aug 1
“It’s Greenway Picnic time!” The Piggott Times Aug 1
“So you think you know hot?” [ed] The Piggott Times Aug 1

“Piggott moving in right direction” Clay County Progress 2007, July 25
“Sisters take top spots in inaugural pageant” The Piggott Times July 25
“Recently formed group meets in Piggott to raise capital” The Piggott Times July 25
“History 101: Confederate flags” [ed] The Piggott Times July 25
“Proposed livestock ordinance brings spirited discussion at Piggott City Council meeting” The Piggott Times July 18
“LEPC talks New Madrid quake” The Piggott Times July 18
“It’s St. Francis Picnic time!” The Piggott Times July 18
“Spam, spam, wonderful spam” [ed] The Piggott Times July 18
“The P.I.G. to The South is a book Yankees would rather you not read” The Piggott Times July 18
“Promises kept is theme of political speeches” The Piggott Times July 11
“Piggott has Texas mosquitoes” [ed] The Piggott Times July 11
“Red Hat Ladies tour Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum” The Piggott Times July 4
“Is food really fast?” [ed] The Piggott Times July 4
“Local girls take advantage of Workforce program” The Piggott Times June 27
“Should Southern Christians sing this?” [ed] The Piggott Times June 27
“Council considers livestock ordinance” The Piggott Times June 20
“Writers retreat to HPMEC for the fifth time” The Piggott Times June 20
“Anatomy of a yawn” [ed] The Piggott Times June 20
“New superintendent assumes command” The Piggott Times June 13
“Civil War reenacting a hobby for local man” The Piggott Times June 13
“Should we reevaluate VBS” [ed] The Piggott Times June 13
“Library awarded grant” The Piggott Times June 6
“The Dragonfly Antiques opens for business” The Piggott Times June 6
“Voices in my head” [ed] The Piggott Times June 6
“Bank and hospital sponsor community health fair” The Piggott Times May 30
“Piggott native Lannie Cox hoping to adopt” The Piggott Times May 30
“Reflections on graduation” [ed] The Piggott Times May 30
“Fred’s plans to build 16,000 sq. ft. building” The Piggott Times May 23
“29 students receive free computers” The Piggott Times May 23
“Holcomb students interested in dead bodies at Chalk Bluff” The Piggott Times May 23
“Cruisin’ the strip” [ed] The Piggott Times May 23
“Rod Run set to roar this weekend” The Piggott Times May 16
“Man or mouse?” [ed] The Piggott Times May 16
“PACE group helps solve murder mystery” The Piggott Times May 9
“Hate speech laws are dangerous” [ed] The Piggott Times May 9
“Countdown to Relay for Life” The Piggott Times May 2
“Wicker joins Piggott Police Dept.” The Piggott Times May 2
“Linda Edwards is honorary co-chair for Relay for Life” The Piggott Times May 2
“Coming and going” [ed] The Piggott Times May 2
“Fire burns house” The Piggott Times Apr 25
“Survivor’s Dinner a success: Relay nears” The Piggott Times Apr 25
“Sneed is Honorary Co-Chair for Relay for Life” The Piggott Times Apr 25
“Shoot your old computers” [ed] The Piggott Times Apr 25
“Performers lined up for RFL Hootenanny” The Piggott Times Apr 18
“Council changes building permit fees: Bellers says goodbye” The Piggott Times Apr 18
“Diplomacy should be a requirement” [ed] The Piggott Times Apr 18
“LEPC says we’re on our own” The Piggott Times Apr 4
“Library seeks donations for a matching grant” The Piggott Times Apr 4
“City passes resolution for new power contract” The Piggott Times Apr 4
“Wise Co. Drag Queens raise money for Relay for Life” The Piggott Times Apr 4
“April Fool’s always fun” [ed] The Piggott Times Apr 4
“Community Center excited about ‘07″ The Piggott Times Mar 28
“Piggott Economic Development Commission considers half-cent tax” The Piggott Times Mar 28
“Eric Fuller crusades in Guatemala” The Piggott Times Mar 28
“PCH Auxiliary hosts district meeting” The Piggott Times Mar 28
“Students and free speech” [ed] The Piggott Times Mar 28
“City Council: Officer bids fond farewell” The Piggott Times Mar 21
“Jackson’s Auto Service and Detail now open for business” The Piggott Times Mar 21
“Piggott native publishes sixth book” The Piggott Times Mar 21
“Purple martins are here” The Piggott Times Mar 21
“Captain “A” isn’t dead” [ed] The Piggott Times Mar 21
“Red Cross collects blood in Piggott” The Piggott Times Mar 14
“Danielle Steagal is Proudest Kid in Piggott” The Piggott Times Mar 14
“Baseball, hot dogs–Play ball!” [ed] The Piggott Times Mar 14
“875th’s Clifton Wright home on furlough” The Piggott Times Mar 7
“PES first-graders tour paper office” The Piggott Times Mar 7
“Left or right, real politics” [ed] The Piggott Times Mar 7
“Council passes new building permit fee plan” The Piggott Times Feb 28
“Left or right, shoe politics” [ed] The Piggott Times Feb 28
“LEPC says call before you dig” The Piggott Times Feb 21
“Cheap cars and user error” [ed] The Piggott Times Feb 21
“The Piggott Diner moves” The Piggott Times Feb 14
“Paper receives letter from local Scouts via pony express” The Piggott Times Feb 14
“Heavy drinkin’ in Clay county” [ed] The Piggott Times Feb 14
“Hootenanny entertains Piggott” The Piggott Times Feb 7
“Where is all the hair?” [ed] The Piggott Times Feb 7
“Castleberry RR crossing construction underway” The Piggott Times Jan 31
“Clay County Blues” [ed] The Piggott Times Jan 31
“Piggott prepares for New Wave” The Piggott Times Jan 24
“Council approves measure to promote the City of Piggott” The Piggott Times Jan 24
“American History 101″ [ed] The Piggott Times Jan 24
“County plans for possible pandemic” The Piggott Times Jan 17
“Travis Boyd reflects on past six years, looks to future” The Piggott Times Jan 17
“Card’s
Empire looks at a possible American future” The Piggott Times Jan 17
“Either way, you gotta shake” [ed] The Piggott Times Jan 17
“”You’re an idiot!”” [ed] The Piggott Times Jan 10
“Morgan prepares for Russia” The Piggott Times Jan 3
“To dip and dip again” [ed] The Piggott Times Jan 3

2006

“Preliminary report finds no reason for removal of Evans” The Piggott Times Dec 27
“Piggott City Parks and Recreation present 2007 budget” The Piggott Times Dec 27
“Long lines, holidays and me” [ed] The Piggott Times Dec 27
“Patterson recognized for service” The Piggott Times Dec 20
“Wyatt donates scrapbook to library” The Piggott Times Dec 20
“The Night Before Christmas” [ed] The Piggott Times Dec 20
“30 students awarded computers in License to Learn program” The Piggott Times Dec 20
“Clay county DHHS prepares to deliver toys” The Piggott Times Dec 20
“Matilda and Karl Pfeiffer Museum and Study Center holds open house” The Piggott Times Dec 20
“Christmas parade rolls through town” The Piggott Times Dec 13
“Johnson turns another page at Piggott Public Library” The Piggott Times Dec 13
“Health Fair a striking success” The Piggott Times Dec 13
“Piggott city water places sixth in student project taste test” The Piggott Times Dec 13
“Misteaks are human” [ed] The Piggott Times Dec 13
“Eric Fuller: Just call him the next Billy Graham?” The Piggott Times Dec 6
“Annual Tour of Homes continues with the Hill home” The Piggott Times Dec 6
“Is bathroom humor ever clean?” [ed]The Piggott Times Dec 6
“Annual Tour of Homes continues with the Woolerys” The Piggott Times Nov 29
“How do you count all the food?” [ed] The Piggott Times Nov 29
“Piggott to have $3.5 million assisted living facility” The Piggott Times Nov 22
“Annual Tour of Homes starts with the Knauts” The Piggott Times Nov 22
“Aging: things change at 40″ [ed] The Piggott Times Nov 22
“Traditional Ladies of Today need help” The Piggott Times Nov 15
“Iraq Paks packed!” The Piggott Times Nov 15
“Piggott Elementary students tour the Milky Way” The Piggott Times Nov 15
“Magee starts job at Murphy Health and Rehabilitation” The Piggott Times Nov 15
“I’m an addictive kinda guy” [ed] The Piggott Times Nov 15
“Editor offers apology” [ed] The Piggott Times Nov 8
Facing the Giants,” a great football movie” The Piggott Times Nov 8
“Is hand quilting a lost art?” The Piggott Times Nov 1
“School shootings: Could it happen here?” The Piggott Times Nov 1
“Moving: I’m a dog” [ed] The Piggott Times Nov 1
“School and local officials agree: don’t do drugs” The Piggott Times Oct 25
“Clay Winberry returns to the states: says troops love President Bush and morale is great” The Piggott Times Oct 25
“The church of me!” [ed] The Piggott Times Oct 25
“Breast cancer even strikes in Piggott: Local women tell their survival stories” The Piggott Times Oct 18
“City Council: Suddenlink says Piggott has better service…” The Piggott Times Oct 18
“Mission with a message” The Piggott Times Oct 18
“What are Piggott people called?” [ed] The Piggott Times Oct 18
“Patricia Neal is coming to Piggott” The Piggott Times Oct 11
“Annual Piggott Elementary Fall Festival a huge success” The Piggott Times Oct 11
“When does the new wear off?” [ed] The Piggott Times Oct 11
“‘Till they all come home! Iraq Paks” The Piggott Times Oct 4
“Piggott Elementary asks you to save your box tops” The Piggott Times Oct 4
“Piggott Public Library adds new computers” The Piggott Times Oct 4
“How do you get .5?” [ed] The Piggott Times Oct 4
“Pocahontas celebrates Sesquicentennial” The Piggott Times Sep 27
“You dated how long?” [ed] The Piggott Times Sep 27
“Local soldiers get hometown send off in grand fashion” The Piggott Times Sep 20
“City Council: drainage concerns addressed” The Piggott Times Sep 20
“New pastor in town: Special Ops Pastor Walton” The Piggott Times Sep 20
“Who’s the new guy?” [ed] The Piggott Times Sep 20
“First annual Freedom Walk a success” The Piggott Times Sep 13
“School Board: 4th and 5th grades score well on Benchmark” The Piggott Times Sep 13

2005
“Your Angels Speak…To You!” Vertical Magazine Nov/Dec
“Archangels” Vertical Magazine July/Aug
“Gee Willikers, Batman! Christian Comics?” Vertical Magazine May/June

2002
Civil War Fiction: The Cultural Echo of Civil War Alternate Histories Master’s Thesis, University of North Alabama

2001
“Moyers Reenacts History” UNA The Talk of the Town (reprint of feb 8 “CW Reenactors”)
“Carpe Diem: Life is short” [ed] The Flor-Ala apr 26
“Foote up the creek with top-rated website” The Flor-Ala apr 5
“Let kids be kids lest they take to carrying guns through halls” [ed] The Flor-Ala mar 22
“Full Moon to perform, includes UNA professor” The Flor-Ala mar 15
“Tales from the Bog: a story of Alabama and censorship” The Flor-Ala mar 1
“Popgun Productions comes out firing in 2001″ The Flor-Ala mar 1
“Comics and Soaps: birds of a feather” The Flor-Ala mar 1
“Moms are one tough breed” [ed] The Flor-Ala feb 15
“Civil War Reenactors” The Flor-Ala feb 8
“Battlefield Earth, rent it at your own risk” The Flor-Ala feb 1
“Tonight! One night only: Rostand’s Cyrano De Bergerac” The Flor-Ala jan 18
Maus, the Pulitzer nobody knows” The Flor-Ala jan 11
“untitled ed” [ed] The Flor-Ala jan 11

2000
“Yikes! My class is full, what do I do now?” The Flor-Ala Nov 30
“Plenty of whine, now here’s the cheese” [ed] The Flor-Ala Nov 16
“Halloween on wheels” [ed] The Flor-Ala Nov 2
“‘Diplomacy’ should be taught at UNA” [ed] The Flor-Ala Oct 26
“UNA Great Day of Service offers volunteers chance to ‘clean up’” The Flor-Ala Oct 19
“The kid from Yonkers done good … meet Dr. Dan Howard” The Flor-Ala Oct 19
“Career Services hosts first on-campus Career Fair in the Guillot Center” The Flor-Ala Oct 19
“Indians perform at Kilby School” The Flor-Ala Oct 12
“Twenty spend night at Leo’s, raise homelessness awareness” The Flor-Ala Oct 12
“Marvel Comics’ new plan will fail” [ed] The Flor-Ala Oct 12
“Editor writers on perils of raising children” The Piggott Times Oct 4 (reprint of Aug 24 “Dad’s challenge”)
“No sleight of hand here … meet Dr. Wilbur Shuler” The Flor-Ala Sep 28
“Will Rogers broadway musical to run one night only at Norton Auditorium” The Flor-Ala Sep 21
“To dip, to double dip, or to not dip at all” [ed] The Flor-Ala Sep 21
“Board of Trustees squeezes out 2% faculty, staff raise” The Flor-Ala Sep 14
“Born to be Wild … meet Dr. Tom Lovett” The Flor-Ala Sep 14
“Parenthood changes perspective” [ed] The Flor-Ala Sep 14
“Miss UNA accepting applications now” The Flor-Ala Sep 7
“Stand up, sit down, either way you gotta shake” [ed] The Flor-Ala Sep 7
“Horsing Around … meet Dr. Kaylene Gebert” The Flor-Ala Aug 31
“Something greater at stake this election year: Supreme Court” [ed] The Flor-Ala Aug 31
“Trustees move to acquire two African lion mascots” The Flor-Ala Aug 24
“Dad’s Challenge: find the nail polish remover” [ed] The Flor-Ala Aug 24
“Coffee Connections Walk with Honor” Courier Journal May 31
“Employment Opportunities for Everyone: Job Fair 2000″ Courier Journal Apr 19
“The Positive Place” Courier Journal Apr 12
“Pilgrim can help people discover themselves” Courier Journal Apr 5
“Child First” Courier Journal Mar 22
“Put a dot.com in your business” Courier Journal Feb 16
“Recreation Explosion” Courier Journal Feb 9
“Restoring Faith in Mankind” Courier Journal Jan 5

1999
“Mission of Mercy” Courier Journal Dec 29
“Preserving Southern Charm” Courier Journal Dec 22
“The Heart of Rock n Roll” Courier Journal Dec 8
“History, Tours and Tea” Courier Journal Nov 17
“Fine Fashion for all” Courier Journal Nov 10
“No Boat, No Lights, No Motorcar” Courier Journal Oct 27
“New York Deli with Southern Flair” Courier Journal Oct 6
“1st Down And Par To Go” Courier Journal Sept 8
“Comic Belief” article in Mississippi Magazine Sept/Oct
“Mississippi Queen” SilverStorm #4 Silverline June
“King of the Kastle” SilverStorm #3 Silverline Feb

1998
“Back for the Attack” SilverStorm #2 Silverline Dec
“Once Around the Block” SilverStorm #1 Silverline Oct
“The Loser In The End” Switchblade #3 Silverline July
“Ya Gotta Look Good If Ya Wanna Rock n Roll” Switchblade #2 Silverline Feb

1997
“Crescent City Blues” Switchblade #1 Silverline Dec
“What Does A 6.6 Earthquake Mean To A Brandon Native?” guest column in the Rankin Reminder

1996
“Rumbling Heralded 6.6 Earthquake” guest editorial Piggott Times

1995
“Age of Discovery” Eliminator #3 (co-written with Hank Kanalz) Ultraverse July
Infinity #0 8-page story
“No Violins” Eliminator #2 (co-written with Hank Kanalz) Ultraverse June
“Rebirth” Eliminator #1 (co-written with Hank Kanalz) Ultraverse May
“Manic Monday” Eliminator #0 (co-written with Hank Kanalz) Ultraverse Apr
“Blow This Rock To Bits!” Battletech:Fallout #4 Malibu Mar
“Fallout” Battletech:Fallout #3 Malibu Feb
“Battletech” Battletech #0 Malibu Feb
“Long, Long Way From Home” Battletech:Fallout #2 Malibu Jan

1994
“Last Chance On Star’s End” Battletech:Fallout #1 Malibu Dec
“Three Strikes” Wrath #7 Ultraverse
Genesis #0 Malibu

1993
“The Queen of Heavy Metal” Lita Ford #1 Rock-it Dec
“Ch-Ch-Changes” Genesis Part 4 of 6 Ex-Mutants #12 Genesis/Malibu
“Worlds to Conquer” Genesis: Part 1 of 6 Ex-Mutants #11 Genesis/Malibu
“You see me cryin’” Demon’s Tails #4 Eternity Apr
“Ooooo, My Head!” Demon’s Tails #3 Eternity Mar
“Is Blood Really Thicker?” Demon’s Tails #2 Eternity Feb
“Do I Have A Tail For You!” Demon’s Tails #1 Eternity Jan

1992
“Shaft of Steel, Heart of Stone” Arrow #1 Genesis/Malibu
Krey #4 Gauntlet
Krey #3 Gauntlet
Krey #2 Gauntlet
Krey #1 Gauntlet
She Devils On Wheels #3 (movie adaptation) Aircel Aug
“Arrested!”, “Blast Off!”, “The End?” Rocket Ranger #5 Adventure July
She Devils On Wheels #2 (movie adaptation) Aircel July
“Never Forgotten”,”In the trenches”,”To reach the wall”, “Two-faced detective from Io” Never Forgotten Caliber June
She Devils On Wheels #1 (movie adaptation) Aircel June
“The Temple”, “Nazi Ruins”, “The Rocket” Rocket Ranger #4 Adventure May
Heatseeker (script only) Caliber May
“Captured”, “Escape”, “Sandwiched” Rocket Ranger #3 Adventure Apr
Blood of The Apes #4 Adventure Feb
“Monkey On My Back” Miss Fury #4 Adventure Jan
Blood of The Apes #3 Adventure Jan
“Sky High”, “Catch A Spy”, “Jane” Rocket Ranger #2 Adventure Jan

1991
“Do You Know Who Your Heroes Are?” Miss Fury #3 Adventure Dec
Blood of The Apes #2 Adventure Dec
“Coffin Maker” Vortex #1 Comico
“Chahta Hapi A Hoke (We are Choctaw)” Vortex #2 Comico
Blood Of The Apes #1 Adventure Nov
“Black Fury” Miss Fury #2 Adventure Oct
“From Generation to Generation” Miss Fury #1 Adventure Aug
“Future Shock”, “The Big Splash”, “Nazi Terror” Rocket Ranger #1 Adventure Aug
“This Is The End” Cat & Mouse #18 Aug
“Ridin’ The Storm Out” Cat & Mouse #17 July
“Two-faced detective from Io” prose story in Caliber Presents #23 July
“Without Warning” Cat & Mouse #16 Jun
“Keep Yourself Alive” Cat & Mouse #15 May
“Bullets To Spare” Cat & Mouse #14 Apr
“Love Is Not An Alien Thing” Seduction #1(an Anthology) Eternity Apr
“Good Times, Bad Times” Cat & Mouse #13 Mar
“In the trenches” prose story in Caliber Presents #19 Mar
“To reach the wall” prose story, Caliber Presents #18 Feb
“Wearin’ n Tearin’” Cat & Mouse Collection Graphic Novel
“Dead on Time” Cat & Mouse #12 Feb
“Into the Fire” Cat & Mouse #11 Jan

1990
“Take Hold of the Flame” Cat & Mouse #10 Dec
“Sight For Sore Eyes” Cat & Mouse #9 Nov

“The Cat & Mouse Collection” The Cat & Mouse Collection Graphic Novel
“Fight From the Inside” Cat & Mouse #8 Oct
“Don’t Lose Your Head” Cat & Mouse #7 Sep
“What is…And What Should Never Be” Cat & Mouse #6 Aug
“Working 11 to 7…Really Makes Life a Drag” Cat & Mouse #5 July
“Judah the Hammer” backup story in Nexus #70 from First Comics
“Some Tails Are Gonna Roll” Cat & Mouse #4 June
“The Lady Wore Black” Cat & Mouse #3 May
“Homecoming” Cat & Mouse #2 Apr
“A Game of Cat & Mouse” Cat & Mouse #1 Mar

1989

“A Game of Cat & Mouse” Cat & Mouse #1 published by EFGraphics (in full color), June

8 responses to “Bibliography

  1. Dale Hensarling

    You may not remember me from 20 years ago, but we were introduced when you were a student at USM. I have, from time to time, followed you and others from those days to see how you fared in life. I hope you are well. It is good to see you made it in the comic industry before it all dried up.

  2. Hey Dale! Not sure why or HOW I didn’t notice this post until just now–but yes, I do remember you! If you’re still in the general area, maybe I’ll see you this weekend at the Southern Fried Comic Con in Jackson, MS.

  3. You may not remember me from 20 years ago, but we were introduced when you were a student at USM. I have, from time to time, followed you and others from those days to see how you fared in life. I hope you are well. It is good to see you made it in the comic industry before it all dried up.
    +1

  4. Hey Webber! Thanks very much for checking in on me. I hope, if you’ve read my work along the way, you haven’t been disappointed! Though I’m not hip-deep in comics these days, I still try to dip my fingers in the pool every now and again. In fact, I’m surprised to find that I have FIVE possible projects going on at the time of this writing. Time will tell about them, of course. Again, thanks!
    (you didn’t leave your name, so I can’t be sure whether I remember you or not. Sorry)

  5. I’ve got a serious question, (or silly), but do you know if the promotional copy of Cat & Mouse was in color like the regular issue?

    • The promotional copy was in black and white (the cover is different)…there are…ahem…illegal copies of the official first issue in black and white because the printer goofed and printed it in black and white when it was supposed to be in color. We later learned that, while he was supposed to destroy them, he apparently sold them off the sidewalk (kinda thing). SO, there aren’t many, but there are some b&w copies of #1 which are NOT promotional.

      That answer your question?

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