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Published (poems and short stories of mine)

THE LATEST:

2018

2 poems in Hungarian (in Spring, 2018, in Napút 2018/2.)

1 poem in Hungarian (in an ebook anthology, Librarius, Apr 2018.)


2017

A Wolf’s Life (poem)
in Wolf Warriors 4.: Wolves of Light and Darkness
(Paperback – November , 2017)

2 poems in Hungarian (in Spring, 2017, in Napút 2017/3.)


2012

The Best Planet in the World (poem)
in the Spring 2012 issue of Illumen magazine (Issue 16, 1 Apr 2012).

The Fairy's Granddaughter (poem)
in Tales of The Talisman magazine (Volume 7, Issue 3), January 31, 2012


2011
After The Fright (poem)
in the June 2011 issue of Aoife's Kiss

Enough is Better Than Too Much (poem)
in the Feb. 2011 issue of Sounds of The Night

2010

Me and My Clones (poem)
NthZine (Issue #5, June/July 2010)

2007

Lucky Boy (short story)
In: Universe Pathways, issue 4, (English version)(2007)

2006

Between The Bookcases (short story)
In: Universe Pathways, issue 3, (English version)(2006)

She's a Star (poem)
In: Wicked Karneval Issue 7

Trial (poem)
In: International Poet (The International Library of Contemporary Poets) June, 2006.
(First published in Whispers of Wickedness, June 2005)

A Dying One(poem)
In: Universe Pathways,
in the 2nd issue of the English version of the magazine. (This is a poem from my book, Unearthly Companion).

Refuge(poem)
In: Káfé, 22.03.2006.
(This poem was first published in the December 2005 edition of Between Kisses.)

A Dying One(poem)
In: Universe Pathways, in the 3rd issue of the Greek version of the magazine. (This is a poem from my book, Unearthly Companion).

Mistress Awaited(poem)
in the 2006 Spring issue of Night to Dawn

Discipline(poem)
In: Bondage anthology, February 2006
Sam's Dot Publishing

To be or?(poem)
Muses Review Winter 2006

In Hell(poem)
Muses Review Winter 2006

2005

Refuge(poem)
in the December 2005 edition of Between Kisses

In Command(poem)
in the December 2005 issue of KidVisions

Uneartly Companion (end of October, 2005)
My (self-published) book of genre poetry.(It's not on sale anymore.)

The Bond(poem)
in issue #7 of Book of Dark Wisdom Magazine (Oct. 2005).

Trial(poem)
in: Whispers of Wickedness, June 2005.

Venus(poem)
In: Astropoetica Spring/Summer 2005. Volume 3.2

Clarissa(poem)
in the in June 2005 issue of Between Kisses

Lover(poem)
in the June issue of Between Kisses newsletter

Promise(poem)
in the April 2005 issue of Beyond Centauri

Diplomatic Bag(poem)
in the spring issue of Poetry Lane

The Bones Won't Tell(poem)
in the February/March 2005 issue of AlienSkin Magazine

2004

Ruler(poem)
in the December 1, 2004 issue of Expressions Newsletter

Healer(poem)
in the 1 December 2004 issue of KidVisions.

The Scientist(poem)
in the December 1
2004 issue of Between Kisses

Deal(poem)
In the Halloween, 2004 issue of Skyline

Black Magic(poem)
In the October 2004 issue of Illumen ( Sam's Dot Publishing )

Ghost Story(poem)
In the September 1, 2004 issue of Expressions

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