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Jessica McHugh

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Jessica McHugh
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Jessica McHugh
Birth Name Jessica Brianne Bonito
Birth Date November 15, 1982
Occupation Novelist, poet, playwright
Influences Bret Easton Ellis, Roald Dahl, Anne Rice, Stephen King
Website http://www.JessicaMcHughBooks.com


Jessica McHugh (b. 15 November 1982) is an American author of speculative fiction and member of the Maryland Writers Association. She is due to release three books in 2011 and her first play "Fools call it Fate: a story of sex, coincidence, and an electronic cigarette" is being produced at the Mobtown Theater in July 2011.[1]


Contents

Bibliography

Novels

  • Camelot Lost (2008) (as Jessica Bonito)
  • A Touch of Scarlet (2009)[2]
  • Song of Eidolons (2009)[3]
  • From the Herald's Wearied Eye (2010)
  • The Sky: The World (2010)
  • Tales of Dominhydor
    • Maladrid (Book One) (2010)
    • Yven (Book Two) (2011)
  • Rabbits in the Garden (2011)

Forthcoming Releases

  • Tales of Dominhydor
    • Palaplia (Book Three)
    • Telinhe (Book Four)
    • Book of Dominh
  • Danny Marble & the Application for Non-Scary Things

Short Stories

  • A Ride in the Dream Machine (2009)
  • Maternal Instincts (2010)
  • Begging for Relief (2010)
  • Under the Slide (2010)
  • Gather Ye Rosebuds (2010)
  • My Caroline, My Love (2010)
  • The Last Circus (2011)
  • Resuscitation (2011)

Flash Fiction

  • Cry Out (2011)
  • In Lieu of Flowers, Send First Aid (2011)
  • Make Mine a Double (2011)
  • Division (2011)

Poetry

  • If I had a Unicorn (2011)
  • Kingdom (2011)
  • In the Land of Cannabistopia (2011)


References

  1. [4] Eternal Press biography
  2. [5] Interview with Working Writers.com

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