My Published Work
Waiting For The Full Moon, Fang, Claw and Steel (August 2000).
Crossed Genres (Alternate History issue 9 – A Matter of Possession)
Verb Noire’s The Jukebox Bard – The Trouble With Dragons Semaphore Magazine (September 2009 – Moon Maiden’s Mirror).
And Chang’Er Flew To The Moon, Bards And Sages Quarterly (January 2010).
An article “Growing Up” in the Eastern issue of Crossed Genres
“Cogwork Cat” in Everyday Fiction. Also featured in Every Day Fiction Anthology III.
“The Sound Of Breaking Glass” in the June edition of Semaphore Magazine. Later featured in Semaphore Anthology 2010.
“Lux Perpetua”, M-BRANE-SF Issue 18
“The Bones Shine Through With Light”, M-BRANE-SF Issue 27
“Ark”, Luna Station Quarterly Issue 8
“Birth Story”, Everyday Fiction, January
“The Sound of Breaking Glass”,The Apex Book of World SF, Vol II
The Ayam Curtain, Math Paper Press. (co-edited with JY Yang).
Yao Jin, Weird Noir, Fox Spirit.
Metal Can Lanterns, International Speculative Fiction/ISF #1.
Metal Can Lanterns, Dagon
Metal Can Lanterns, ISF 2012 Annual Anthology
Rider, YA, Math Paper Press.
Speaker, YA, Math Paper Press.
Lotus, We See A Different Frontier.
Eagle Feathers, the World SF Blog.
Wolf At The Door (print), Katarr Kanticles Press.
A Sky Full of Swiftlets, Visibility Fiction.
Running From Shadows, The Book of Imaginary Beasts: Urban Fantasy.
Dragon Form Witch, THE ALCHEMY PRESS BOOK OF URBAN MYTHIC.
Megumi’s Quest, Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories
My urban fantasy (set in Singapore) novels
Lyrical Press, under my pen name J. Damask: Wolf At The Door and Obsidian Moon, Obsidian Eye.
Wolf At The Door was on the recommended reading list for the Nebula Awards 2011.
(Also check out Urban Fantasy – Jan Xu and the World of the Lang and Urban Fantasy – the world of the Lung, the Hu and the Feng)
Heart Of Fire, the third book of the Jan Xu series, will be published by Fox Spirit Books.
Oysters, Pearls And Magic
Path Of Kindness (novellas set in a future world)
The Book Of Phoenii (a Book within a book about the mythical bird).
And Chang’Er Flew To The Moon, a steampunk webserial
Keep tuned for more updates!