A compilation in progress...

Little by little I'm digging out what publications I can find (some of them are falling apart by now), so that I can provide better bibliographic data on what I've put out there. I'll plug in more information as it surfaces. Links to uploaded blogs, photos, and music/spoken word performances appear throughout my website. Self-published chapbooks may be ordered directly.

Novels

The Deviations Series -- click here to access free downloads:
Vol. 1: Covenant, Aisling Press, 2007, trade paperback. Reissued as a free download in March 2009.
Vol. 2: Appetite, May 2009. Free download.
Vol. 3: Destiny, December 2009. Free download.
Vol. 4: Bloodlines, June 2010. Free download.
Vol. 5: TelZodo, December 2010. Free download.
Vol. 6: Second Covenant (series conclusion), June 2011. Free download.

Mixed Collection

Divinations: Writing by the throw of the dice (short fiction and poetry; index here).

Short Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

"Visitations," Jack-o'-Spec: Tales of Halloween and Fantasy, Raven Electrick Ink, September 2011.
"Judgment at Naioth," She Nailed a Stake Through His Head: Tales of Biblical Terror, Dybbuk Press, October 2010.
"Heisenberg's Metamorphosis," "Bittersweet," and "Fierce Harvest", PicFic, Sept. 6, 2010 (micro-fiction).
"Icarus Redux," Niteblade #12, June 2010.
"Empty Nest," PicFic, May 18, 2010 (micro-fiction).
Micro-fiction appears in Thaumatrope, here.
"Flotsam," Asimov's Science Fiction, Oct./Nov. 2009.
Essay in "Short Takes," New Plains Review's "Service" issue, Spring 2009.
"Memento Mori," Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet, Dark Scribe Press, December 2008.
"FTLM (Faster-Than-Light Messenger) Transcript," The Drabbler #12: ETs on FaceSpace!, Sam's Dot Publishing, October 2008.
"Prometheus Rebound,", Helix: A Speculative Fiction Quarterly #10, October 2008.
"Houston, We Are the Problem," The Drabbler #11: SETI received a broadcast, and this is what it said..., Sam's Dot Publishing, June 2008.
"Hermit Crabs," Electric Velocipede #14, Spring 2008.
"Identity Theft," The Drabbler #10: Haunted Spaceports, Sam's Dot Publishing, February 2008.
"January 1985: A Day in Lawrence, Massachusetts," Reed, Issue 60, 2007.
"Moments of Clarity," Full Spectrum, Bantam Books, 1988.
"Arachne," Aboriginal Science Fiction, November-December 1988 (received cover illustration). Reprinted in Riffing on Strings: Creative Writing Inspired by String Theory from Scriblerus Press, June 1, 2008.
"Cog," Tales of the Unanticipated No. 4, Fall/Winter 1988. Forthcoming in TOTU's "best of" anthology of works published during its first ten years.
"Another Place," Amazing Stories 63(1), May 1988.
"Why They're Called Wisdom Teeth," Z Miscellaneous 1(5), November 1987.
"The S.O.B. Show," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine 10(12), December 1986.
"Choreographer," The River Reader, 1985.
"Variations for Four Hands," Yellow Silk Issue Fourteen, Spring 1985.
"Lazuli," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine 8(11), November 1984.
"The Evolution of Cmdr. DeVeia," Yellow Silk Issue Five, Fall 1982.
"The Trial of Dodi," Black Maria 4(2), 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Black Magic," Karmic Runes 2nd Annual Journey Into Fantasy, December 1977 (as Elissa Alkoff).

Poetry

"Manipulations," in The Open Laboratory 2010: The Best of Science Writing on the Web, March 2011.
"In Development,"in The Open Laboratory 2010: The Best of Science Writing on the Web, March 2011.
"Shrine to the Disconnected," Dreams and Nightmares #90.
"The Last Dragon Slayer," Mythic Delirium #24.
"Duet Singularity" in Star*Line 33.5/33.6, Sep.-Dec. 2010.
"Ciliate Sestina" in Star*Line 33.5/33.6, Sep.-Dec. 2010 (Editor's Choice).
"Far From the Pleasure Garden," A Sea of Alone: Poems for Alfred Hitchcock, Dark Scribe Press, 2011.
Poetic Variables: Science Poems for January 2011, self-published chapbook. Poems originally appeared on my blog (index here).
"Evolutionary Variants on a Russian Proverb," Star*Line, July/August 2010.
"Far From Free Association" in the open-mic section of Poets for Living Waters, a poetry action in response to the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, here.
Poetry (untitled) in microcosms on May 17, August 12, and November 22, 2010.
30 Science Sonnets for April 2010, self-published chapbook. Poems originally appeared on my blog (index here).
"Nor'easter Requiem," unFold, April 23, 2010.
"Total Lunar Eclipse," reprinted in Astropoetica, Spring 2010.
"Butterfly Woman," Goblin Fruit, Winter 2010.
"Neighbors," Vampyr Verse, Popcorn Press, November 2009.
"Lepidoptera from Space," Star*Line, Nov./Dec. 2009.
"Derivative Work," Asimov's Science Fiction, Oct./Nov. 2009.
"Frightening the Horses," Aoife's Kiss, June 2009.
"The Unexpected Answer (after a painting by Rene Magritte)," Of Poets And Poetry (Florida State Poets Association), 35(2), June 2009. Reprinted in Harp-Strings Poetry Journal 21(2), August 2009.
"Sijo Sequence for Larry," Of Poets And Poetry (Florida State Poets Association), 35(2), June 2009.
"Where Relativity Ends," Strange Horizons, February 2, 2009.
"The Light of Barbara Mabrity (1782-1867)," Harp-Strings Poetry Journal, 20(2), Autumn 2008.
"First Contact in Appalachia," Space and Time #104.
"Ancient Wisdom Distilled," We'Moon '09, 2009.
"Forest Dragons," in W. Gregory Stewart, Marcie Lynn Tentchoff, & Scott Virtes, Eds., The 2nd Annual SFPA Poetry Contest 2007: Sonnets, Spec House of Poetry in cooperation with the Science Fiction Poetry Association, December 2007.
"Salvage," in W. Gregory Stewart, Marcie Lynn Tentchoff, & Scott Virtes, Eds., The 2nd Annual SFPA Poetry Contest 2007: Sonnets, Spec House of Poetry in cooperation with the Science Fiction Poetry Association, December 2007.
"Evolution," Star*Line 30(6), November/December 2007. Reprinted in Anthology 26, Florida State Poets Association, 2008.
"Algebraic Sestina for the Ocean," Anthology 25, Florida State Poets Association, 2007. Reprinted in Anna Lovrics, "What is the connection between poetry and maths?" STEM Newsletter, The Wolfson Centre for Stem Cells, Tissue Engineering and Modelling, University of Nottingham, UK, March 2008.
"Eye of the Beholder," Star*Line 30(4), July/August 2007.
"Getting the Last Laugh," in article, "Using Metaphor to Terrify," The Official Newsletter of the Horror Writers Association 17(77), December 2006. Reprinted in Poets' Forum Magazine 19(2), Autumn 2007.
"After the Standoff," in article, "Using Metaphor to Terrify," The Official Newsletter of the Horror Writers Association 17(77), December 2006. Reprinted in Poets' Forum Magazine 19(2), Autumn 2007.
"Mentor," We'Moon '05, 2005. Reprinted in Anthology 23, Florida State Poets Association 2005.
"Chrysalis," Poets' Forum Magazine 15(4), Spring 2004.
"First Frost," Poets' Forum Magazine 15(4), Spring 2004.
"Solstice" (excerpt), We'Moon '04, 2004.
"First Things First," Encore 2004 (National Federation of State Poetry Societies). Reprinted in Anthology 24, Florida State Poets Association, 2006; and in Harp-Strings Poetry Journal 18(3), Winter 2007.
"The Young Wife Leaves," Encore 2004 (National Federation of State Poetry Societies).
"1400 Miles," Poets' Forum Magazine 15(1), Summer 2003.
"Climbing the Darwin Steps," Anthology 21, Florida State Poets Association 2003.
"Two Sestinas/Across the Border," Tales of the Unanticipated No. 7, Spring/Summer/Fall 1990 (with Sylvia Alkoff).
"Variations on a Theme," Ice River No. 4, June 1989.
"Ex/Temporal," Dreams & Nightmares #28, 1989 (with Robert Frazier).
"Casting Bones," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 2(2), October-December 1988. Reprinted in Joy Oestreicher, Mark Rich, David Memmott, and Charmaine Parsons, Eds., Alpha Gallery, SPWAO, 1990.
"All Creatures Great and Small," Aboriginal Science Fiction, March-April 1988.
"Marketing Plan for the Alien Product Line," Amazing Stories 62(5), January 1988.
"Of Mortal Beauty, In The Age Of AIDS," Z Miscellaneous 1(5), November 1987.
"Invoking the Ruby Serpent," SageWoman Magazine 1(3), Spring 1987
"The Poetry-Video Swing-Shift," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(4), January-March 1987.
"The Happy Manifesto," The Celibate Woman 3(2), February 1987.
"A Love Poem," The Celibate Woman 3(2), February 1987.
"Labor Intensive," Harvard Business Review No. 86414, July-August 1986. Reprinted in John K. Shank, "Jones Ironworks, Inc.," South-Western College Publishing, 1996.
"Doing Laundry With Helen," The River Reader, 1985.
"The Temple of the Sun-Goddess, Mehezh," Earth's Daughters 25/26, 1985
"On the Laws of Natural Conservation," Star*Line 8(5), 1985.
"The Users-To-Be of the Space Telescope, Who Seek the Beginning of Time," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(2), Summer/Fall 1985.
"A Multiple Personality Contemplates the Pleiades," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(2), Summer/Fall 1985. Reprinted in article, "Using Metaphor to Terrify," The Official Newsletter of the Horror Writers Association 17(77), December 2006; and in Star*Line 30(1), Jan./Feb. 2007.
"A Clone in the House of Mirrors," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(2), Summer/Fall 1985.
"Pantoum for a Switched Identity," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(2), Summer/Fall 1985. Reprinted in Science Fiction Poetry Association, Rhysling Anthology 1986
"Hardhat," The Magazine of Speculative Poetry 1(2), Summer/Fall 1985.
"Every Action Has an Equal and Opposite Reaction," Velocities No. 4, Summer 1984.
"Running Moebius," Velocities No. 4, Summer 1984. Reprinted in Anthology 22, Florida State Poets Association 2004; and in article, "Speculative Poetry: It's Not Just About Spaceships," Poets' Forum Magazine 18(3), Winter 2007.
"Missionary," Uranus 4, Autumn 1984.
"Snake Goddess," The Round Table 1(1), Spring 1984. Reprinted in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Wreck Beach," in Sonny Wainwright, Stage V: A Journal Through Illness, Berkeley, CA: Acacia Books, 1984
"The Silent Donation," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"She Leaves No Footprints," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Do Not Accept Rides from Strange Husbands," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Commodities of a Late Afternoon," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Rush Hour Story," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Pandora, Praying at Hypatia's Tomb," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Tickertape: A Fantasie," in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984
"Total Lunar Eclipse," Aurora #23, Winter 1983-84 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton); recorded on SFPA audiotape Poetry Night at the Null Hypothesis, 1986 (as Elissa Malcohn).
"Wings," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, mid-December 1983. Reprinted in Robert Frazier, Ed., Burning With a Vision: Poetry of Science and the Fantastic. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, and in The Science Fiction Poetry Association, The Rhysling Anthology, 1984.
"Holograph Eye," Velocities No. 3, Fall-Winter 1983.
"Fermilab ... Part Two," Star*Line 6(6), Nov/Dec 1983.
"From: Secret Improvs after Voyager II," Star*Line 6(6), Nov/Dec 1983.
"Thanksgiving Weekend: Two Rites of Passage," Velocities No. 3, Fall-Winter 1983.
"Centipede," Star*Line 6(4), July/August 1983.
"Still Life: Jayne and National Election," Black Maria 4(3), 1983.
"Preparing for Nuclear War: Early Contamination," San Fernando Poetry Journal 4(3), Kent Publications, 1983 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Imperfect Sestina," Star*Line 6(2), Mar/Apr 1983.
"Astra Lucia, Lady of the Wheel," Aurora #22, Winter 1982-83 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton). Reprinted in We're Working On It! Seven Poets Anthology Collective, 1984 (as Elissa Malcohn).
"The Last Planetarium Convention," Star*Line 5(5), 1982 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton). Reprinted in The Science Fiction Poetry Association, The Rhysling Anthology, 1983 (as Hamilton); Planetarian (International Planetarium Society) 13(3), Third Quarter, 1984 (as Elissa (Hamilton) Malcohn); and Tips Booklet 13: Astronomical Poems, Great Lakes Planetarium Association, October 1987 (as Malcohn)
"Chinese Paper Cutter," The Hoboken Terminal 1(1), Spring 1982 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"From: Improvisations After Voyager 2: Saturn: Plate 2-S-50, Mosaic of Enceladus," Star*Line 5(2), Mar/Apr 1982 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"From: Improvisations After Voyager 2: Saturn," Star*Line 4(6), Nov./Dec. 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Fermilab," Star Line, 4(6), Nov/Dec 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Valentina's Children," Star Line, 4(3), May/Jun 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Ybba," Star*Line 4(2), Mar/Apr 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton). Reprinted in the Science Fiction Poetry Association Rhysling Anthology 1982; in Robert Frazier, Ed., Burning With a Vision: Poetry of Science and the Fantastic. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984 (as Elissa Hamilton Malcohn); recorded on SFPA audiotape Poetry Night at the Null Hypothesis, 1986 (as Elissa Malcohn).
"Trick," Beacon Review 2(1), Summer 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Downwind from the refineries," Win 17(6), April 1, 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Genesis," in Margaret Honton, Ed., I Name Myself Daughter And It Is Good: Poems of the Spirit. Columbus, OH: Sophia Books, 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"Cooking Demons," Samisdat 27(2), 1981 (as Elissa Hamilton)
"It's A Mare (to the tune of It's Amore)," Kantele #9, Spring/Summer 1981 (as Elissa Hamilton)
"Hunting for Craters," San Fernando Poetry Journal 3(1), Kent Publications, 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"The Lunar Year Ends With A Fright," Portland Review 27(2), 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"The Commitment of Children Without Trial," ALMP Newsletter, Fall 1980 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff Hamilton)
"Lament of a Science Widow," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Alas, This Poem is But a Chain," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"To a Crescent Moon," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"A Night in the File Cabinet," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"poems don't know any better...," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Sniffler," Nimbus (Wagner College), Fall 1977 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"A Lesson in Sex Education," Nimbus (Wagner College), Fall 1977 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Furniture Sale," Nimbus (Wagner College), Winter 1976-Spring 1977 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Crescendo," Nimbus (Wagner College), Winter 1976-Spring 1977 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"digging through mental sludge with my alter-ego," Nimbus (Wagner College), Winter 1976-Spring 1977 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Weekend," Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1976 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Just Another Cosmological Theory," Nimbus (Wagner College), Autumn 1975 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff).
"Go Forward," Scenes (P.S. 99), 1972 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff)
"The Borough of Kings," Scenes (P.S. 99), 1972 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff)


Articles

Review of Ted Cascio, PhD, and Leonard Martin, PhD, eds., House and Psychology: Humanity is Overrated, Psych Central, December 2011.
Review of Loren A. Olson, M.D., Finally Out: Letting Go of Living Straight, Psych Central, August 2011.
Review of Clark McCauley, Ph.D. & Sophia Moskalenko, Ph.D., Friction: How Radicalization Happens to Them and Us, Psych Central, August 2011.
"Social Networking and the Found Poem," WyoPoets newsletter, April 2011 (reprint)
"The Many Shades of Dark Poetry," WyoPoets newsletter, July 2011 (reprint)
"Review of Kathryn Hansen, Brain Over Binge, Psych Central, February 2011.
Review of Simon LeVay, Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation," Psych Central, February 2011.
"Review of Kate Anthony et al., The Use of Technology in Mental Health: Applications, Ethics and Practice," Psych Central, November 2010.
"Review of Karyl McBride, Ph.D., Will I Ever Be Good Enough? Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers", Psych Central, September 2010.
"Social Networking and the Found Poem," Of Poets And Poetry, Summer 2009.
"Life and Art: More Than Imitation," Of Poets And Poetry, 34(2), June 2008. Reprinted in Poets' Forum Magazine 20(1), Summer 2008.
"The Many Shades of Dark Poetry," Poets' Forum Magazine, 19(2), Autumn 2007. Reprinted in Of Poets And Poetry 35(1), March 2009.
"A New Lens on Life," Wagner Magazine, Fall 2007.
"Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave!" Poets' Forum Magazine 19(1), Summer 2007.
"Genre Poetry Panel at Necronomicon," Of Poets And Poetry 33(1), Florida State Poets Association, March 2007.
"Speculative Poetry: It's Not Just About Spaceships," Poets' Forum Magazine 18(3), Winter 2007.
"Using Metaphor to Terrify," The Official Newsletter of the Horror Writers Association 17(77), December 2006 (a guest column in Marge Simon's "Blood & Spades: Poets of the Dark Side"). Reprinted in Star*Line 30(1), Jan./Feb. 2007.
"The Poem and the Journal," Poets' Forum Magazine 17(3), Winter 2006.
"The 'Rights' Stuff," Of Poets And Poetry 32(4), November-December 2006. Reprinted in Of Poets And Poetry, 33(2), June 2007.
"Card players show unflagging enthusiasm," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, July 1, 2004.
"Directing students bring vision to stage," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, May 7, 2004.
"Class anything but watered down," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, April 9, 2004.
"Citrus County Art league students draw on experience," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, March 5, 2004.
"Art League prepares for Heart of the Arts month," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, February 6, 2004.
"Contemporary arts group looks outside box," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, January 2, 2004.
"Assembling arts festival takes time, dedication," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, November 7, 2003.
"Artists meet face to face in Art league class," Citrus County (FL) Chronicle, October 3, 2003.
"Perspectives on Our Mixed Marriage -- From Both Sides," BiWomen 15(3), June/July 1997 (with Mary C. Russell).
"Channeling Answers," The Speaker (The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Speakers Bureau of Boston, now SpeakOut) 25(6), June 1997.
"Graduation 1997," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), May 1997.
"The Spirit of Giving," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), November-December 1996.
"Singin' in the Rain," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), November-December 1996.
"From the Ground Up," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), September-October 1996.
"Speaking Out, and Shining Through," The Speaker (The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Speakers Bureau of Boston, now SpeakOut) 24(11), November 1996.
"Pilgrimage V: To Boldly Go...," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April-May 1996.
"Pilgrimage VI: Homecoming," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April-May 1996.
"No Matter What You Do, They Will Come," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April-May 1995.
"Psychopathology for Fun and Profit,"Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April-May 1995.
"In Search of Significance," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April-May 1995.
"Freedom of Expression," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), February-March 1995.
"Body Language," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), February-March 1995.
"Coping with Imelda," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), September-October 1994.
"Review of Ian Ridpath, Atlas of the Stars and Planets: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe," Science Activities, Sept. 22, 1994.
"Culture Shock - NOT!" Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), March 1994.
"The Attentiveness Factor," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), March 1994.
"William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), April/May 1990.
"Testing Practicum: Twelve Years Later," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), May 1989
"Review of Darold A. Treffert, MD, Extraordinary People: Understanding 'Idiot Savants'," Hallucinations (Wagner College Psychology Dept.), May 1989. Reprinted in Science Activities 26(3), September/October 1989.
"A Cross-Cultural Approach," The Celibate Woman 4(2), October 1988.
"'I instinctively saw my time at the Roosevelt was up,'" Diarist's Journal #2, February 1988.
"Review of Anne H. and Paul R. Ehrlich, Earth, Science Activities 34(3), September/October 1987.
"Notes on 'Celibate Bisexuality'," The Celibate Woman 3(2), February 1987.
"The Radio Shack 'Constellation Finder'," Planetarian (International Planetarium Society) 15(1), First Quarter, 1986.
"Review of Necia H. Apfel, Astronomy Projects for Young Scientists," Science Activities 22(4), November/December 1985.
"'Ouch!' Writing Through Upheaval," Empire: For the Science Fiction Writer #34, 1985.
"Mainstream Magazines: A Survey," Star*Line 8(6), 1985.
"What I Didn't Do On My Summer Vacation -- Or Perceptions A La Mode", Star*Line 8(5), 1985.
"Dueling Anthologies!" Star*Line 8(3), 1985.
"Music of the Industrial Spheres" on SF in the Hit Parade, Star*Line 7(2), Mar/Apr.1984.
Star*Line Index, covering the publication's first five years and listing 850 items, including 358 poems by 123 writers.
"On 'Science Poems'," Star*Line 6(2), Mar/Apr 1983 (as Elissa (Hamilton) Malcohn).
"Being There: Relationships Between Planetarium Technique & Astronomical Poetry, or How to Make the Heavens Move with Vision", Star*Line 6(1), Jan/Feb. 1983 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton). Reprinted in Planetarian (International Planetarium Society) 13(2), Second Quarter 1984.
"An Improved Undergraduate Human Factors Course: Three Results," Human Factors Society Annual Proceedings, 1983 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton, with Richard Halstead-Nussloch (principal author), Mark C. Detweiler, M. Peter Jurkat, and Leon S. Gold.
"The Muse as Pilgrim: SF Imagery in the Poetry of Dianne Wakoski, Margaret Atwood, Marge Piercy, Part I", Star*Line 5(2); Part II in 5(5); Part III in 5(6), 1982 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).
"NASA, Proxmire, and Planetaria," Planetarian (International Planetarium Society) 10(1), First Quarter, 1981 (as Elissa L.A. Hamilton).


Photographs and Illustration

My photo of a tawny mole cricket appears in Paws for Wildlife (U.K.). Original shot here.
My photo of a crab spider appears in "The World of Crabs" from the Marine Education Society of Australasia. Original shot here.
My photo of a loquat flower appears in Spirit of Transformation (.pdf). Original shot here.
My photo of manatees appears as the prompt for "Pic of the Week" #10 from Folded Word, here. Original shot here.
My photos of a fall webworm moth appear in the Estonian Environment Ministry publication "Looduslikku tasakaalu ohustavad võõrliigid," here (.pdf). Original montage here.
Morning Ferns, We'Moon, 2010.
My photo of a tawny mole cricket appears in the article, "What to do and what not to do in your garden in February" (now archived) at the website Gardening in South Africa, February 2009. Original shot here.
My photo of a yellow-crowned night heron in a polluted Tampa waterway was picked up for Environment News Service to accompany its December 16, 2008, article "Bush Administration Covered Up 500+ Blocked Water Pollution Cases." Click here to see the original shot.
Cover photo, Poets' Forum Magazine 20(1), Summer 2008. The original shot is posted here.
Schmap.com travel guide to Jacksonville, Historic Buildings page, October 2007. My photo is one of several depicting Flagler College, which is located in nearby St. Augustine.
Cover photo montage, Star*Line 30(4), July/August 2007; 30(5), September/October 2007; and 30(6), November/December 2007.
Williams, "Grandpa" Nelson G, "Have You Seen These Big Circus Trains?" The Layout (Train Collectors Association, Southern Division) 41(3), Summer 2007. Photo of McCoy circus flatcars, reproduced in black & white. Posted originally on Flickr as "McCoy Circus Train Tent and Tent Pole Cars".
"Moths and Snapdragons," cover photograph in Harp-Strings Poetry Journal, 19(1), Summer 2007. Original photo (titled "A Collage for Spring") is at http://www.flickr.com/photos/30268343@N00/422140063/.
"Beach Sunflower," in "Going Native in the Garden" on This Old House. Original link at http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/knowhow/yardandgarden/article/0,16417,1613197-12,00.html. Screen shot at http://www.flickr.com/photos/30268343@N00/476436316/.
"Meet Our Poets," Florida State Poets Association, http://thewordshop.tripod.com/meetourpoets/index.html
"Soap Bubbles" on Brambleberry.com, September 2006. Screen shot at http://www.flickr.com/photos/30268343@N00/244117583/.
"Swamp Lilies" sold at Savor the Art of Citrus County, which included a juried live auction to benefit the Art Center of Citrus County, February 25, 2007.
Of Poets And Poetry 32(4), Florida State Poets Association, November-December 2006
Williams, "Grandpa" Nelson G., "40th Anniversary Trains: The Real McCoys 1966-98," The Layout (Train Collectors Association, Southern Division) 40(4), Fall 2006. (Submitted by Mr. Williams with attribution but published without. Posted originally on Flickr: 1969 TCA national convention car, 1976 TCA national convention car, and Bob McCoy memorial boxcar. A .pdf file of the issue is here.)
Anthology 21, Florida State Poets Association, 2003 (cover)
Cover and pp. 12 and 27 of Nimbus (Wagner College), Spring 1978 (as Elissa Lynn Alkoff)


Some other places where I'm at

Author spotlight by Tracy S. Morris, Part 1 and Part 2.
Interview with Trisha Wooldridge at A Novel Friend.
Draper, Julianne. "Author profile: Elissa Malcohn," Miami Examiner, Tampa online edition, April 1, 2009.
Devon, Michelle L., "Interview with Author Elissa Malcohn," posted at the Book Marketing Network blog, with mirror-posts at Blogspot, Yahoo, and Xanga, June 13, 2008.
Kelly, Scott A, "Meet Elissa Malcohn: Former Editor of Star*Line," Vacuum Genesis, Dec. 23, 2006, reposted January 18, 2007.
Arthurs, Bruce D., in review of Aronica and McCarthy, Eds., Full Spectrum, Bantam Spectra, Out of This World-Tribune #2, November 1988.
Kruh, Pamela, "News Staffer Listed in Who's Who in U.S. Writers, Editors & Poets," Harvard Business School Update 10(3), Dec. 1986.

Quoted in Rich Gombert's "Star*Line Editors and Mastheads," at http://www.sfpoetry.com/starline-history.html
Mentioned in Michael Collings's "Dialogues by Starlight: Three Approaches to Writing SF Poetry," http://www.starshineandshadows.com/essays/2004-03-29.html

FeministSF Wiki (fsfwiki), http://wiki.feministsf.net/index.php?title=Elissa_Malcohn
Florida State Poets Association, "Meet Our Poets," http://thewordshop.tripod.com/meetourpoets/malcohn.html
The Locus Index to Science Fiction, http://www.locusmag.com/index/t100.html
Tales of the Unanticipated back issues, http://www.totu-ink.com/issues.phtml and TOTU Contributors and Staff, http://www.totu-ink.com/ix/?f=person-291
The Long List of Hugo Awards, 1985 (under "John W. Campbell Award"), http://www.nesfa.org/data/LL/Hugos/hugos1985.html
Jonathan Vos Post, "The Ultimate Science Fiction Poetry Guide," http://www.magicdragon.com/UltimateSF/sfpo-2pt4.html
ISFDB (Internet Speculative Fiction Data Base), http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ae.cgi?Elissa_Malcohn
Planetarian Index, www.ips-planetarium.org/planetarian/planetarian_index.pdf




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