Interactive Fiction:

Light Years Apart – Released by Choice of Games June 2020

Gilded Rails – Released by Choice of Games November 2018

Short fiction:

I Have Walked the Bridge to the Moon: Hear What I Say – Upcoming from NameL3ss

Save the God Damn Pandas – Diabolical Plots October 2019

For the Last Time, It’s Not a Ray Gun – Diabolical Plots December 2018 – Audio from The Overcast July 2019

Emshalur’s Hand Stays – Podcastle September 2017 (audio and text)

James and Peter, Fishing – Podcastle, May 2016 (audio)

The Right Bright Courier – Beneath Ceaseless Skies March 2016

Armed For You – Unidentified Funny Objects 4 Fall 2015 – Audio from The Overcast May 2018

Shared Faces – Escape Pod December 2014 (audio and print)

So Inflamed, I have Left – Penumbra August 2014 – Audio from PodCastle November 2015

These Walls of Despair – Writers of the Future Vol. 30 May 2014

Salamander Patterns – Lightspeed January 2014

A Long Fuse to a Slow Detonation – Waylines November 2013 – Audio from The Overcast April 2017

Doomsday Will Come with Flame – Daily Science Fiction October 2013

Turning the Whisper – Apex September 2013. Audio from The Overcast January 2015.

They Called Him Monster – Nightmare July 2013

Hiding on the Red Sands of Mars – Strange Horizons May 2013

The Visited – Lightspeed April 2013 Audio version at StarShipSofa October 2013

Canon – Shock Totem July 2012

On Moonlit Wings – Penumbra June 2012. Audio version at StarShipSofa February 2014.

Your CitiesApex June 2011. In print in The Book of Apex: Volume 3 (discount code BOA3Lay) Audio version at Toasted Cake. Also reprinted in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination issue #4.

Non-Fiction appearances:

Women Destroy Science Fiction – Stocking Stuffers

Lightspeed Magazine – Author Spotlight: Anaea Lay, Salamander Patterns

Clarkesworld Magazine – Sapir-Whorf Must Die

Nightmare Magazine – Author Spotlight: Anaea Lay – Author Spotlight: Anaea Lay, The Visited

Spice of Life – Thumbnail Thursday with Anaea Lay– Inclusivity and Exclusivity in Fiction: Anaea Lay on “An Element of Excitement”

Penumbra – Multi-tasking and writing.

Apex – Horror is Weird.

FrumForum.  Twice.  Both about the early days of the pre-Occupy protests in Madison, Wisconsin.

5 thoughts on “Bibliography

  1. I just read your story “These Walls of Despair,” in writers of the future and I have to say, it’s probably my favorite of the entire collection. Granted I still have five to go but yeah…wow. It just does such a great job of peaking your interest, sustaining that mystery and ambiguity, without you ever getting frustrated or lost. So, so many writers go for intentional obfuscation and confusion in their short stories, and I understand why completely, the restrictions of the format kind of naturally lead you down that road, but it can so easily fall flat and leave a reader unsatisfied with that, “well what was the point of that?” feeling, if you know what I mean. It’s just a very hard balance to get right and I think you nailed it.

    1. I kind of felt like I was reading a more mature and less nihilistic, edge lordy China Mieville. I was just like, oh, this is very Perdido Street Station, but like hopeful and beautiful rather than disgusting and cruel, if that makes sense. Anyway, I’m gonna stop rambling now, lol. I look forward to reading more of your work.

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