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Selected Bibliography

  • Special Investigative Reporter, Thomas-Jacob Publishing, August 2019, satire/mystery. This title was previously released by another publisher under another title (with the words “Sea of Fire” in it), and went out of print/
  • Hardback editions of Conjure Woman’s Cat, Eulalie and Washerwoman, and Lena were released in April and May 2019.
  • Widely Scattered Ghosts, Thomas-Jacob Publishing, February 2019, collected ghost stories.
  • Lena, Audiobook released February 2019, Narrated by Holly Palance.
  • Florida Folk Magic Stories, Thomas-Jacob Publishing, October 2018. This e-book combines Lena, Eulalie and Washerwoman, and Conjure Woman’s Cat into one volume. Those novels will continue to be available separately, though readers planning to read all three in an e-book format will save money with this three-in-one collection.
  • Lena (Florida Folk Magic Stories Book 3), book three in the Florida Folk Magic trilogy that includes Conjure Woman’s Cat and Eulalie and Washerwoman. Eulalie, Lena’s conjure woman, is run off the road in a Florida swamp and presumed dead. Released by Florida’s Thomas-Jacob Publishing, July 26, 2018.
  • En Route to the Diddy-Wah-Diddy Landfill While the Dogwoods Were in Bloom (Stories from Tate’s Hell Book 4). Short Story on Kindle, Kobo and iTunes. A fast-food junkie goes in search of a legendary Florida town where one can eat all one can eat. Thomas-Jacob Publishing, July 2017.
  • Mountain Song (Novel). This story about a summer romance (and what leads up to it) is a companion novel to At Sea. Released on Kindle, February 2017.
  • A Travessia de Cora – (Short Story) – Portuguese edition of “Cora’s Crossing. – No meio de uma violenta tempestade, dois homens jovens são misteriosamente puxados para uma velha ponte no meio de um pântano na Flórida. Vanilla Heart Publishing. November 20, 2016
  • ewcoverEulalie and Washerwoman (Sequel to Conjure Woman’s Cat) – Torreya, a small 1950s Florida Panhandle town, is losing its men. They disappear on nights with no moon and no witnesses. Foreclosure signs appear in their yards the following day while thugs associated with the Klan take everything of value from inside treasured homes that will soon be torn down. The police won’t investigate, and the church keeps its distance from all social and political discord. Thomas-Jacob Publishing. October 20, 2016.
  • College Avenue: Stories and Poems – In the title story “College Avenue,” a college student describes an assault on a dark college street, hoping her boyfriend will understand how much she’s changed. Three other stories and four poems round out the collection. June 4, 2016.
  • Conjure Woman’s CatAudio edition of this 1950s racially charged story narrated by Wanda Simpson. April 29, 2016.
  • Sarabande – Audio edition of this dark heroine’s journey fantasy narrated by Katy Otten. March 29, 2016.
  • Waking Plain – An enchanted and sleeping prince may be too dull to wake up with a kiss in this fairy tale that’s the exact opposite of “Sleeping Beauty.” Kindle e-book, March 2016.
  • At Sea – When would-be conscientious objector David Ward joins the navy during the Vietnam War, the words “harms way” apply to his friends back home more than to enemy fire. Kindle e-book, March 2016.
  • Visiting Aunt Ruby – Tate’s Hell Stories, released February 14, 2016. Set in the Florida Panhandle, this short story features Ruby Hill, a favorite and somewhat bawdy character whom a young man meets when he travels to Florida to see his girl friend.
  • Sarbande (Mountain Series Book 2), the second edition of my contemporary fantasy novel, released by Thomas-Jacob Publishing November 1, 2015 in paperback and e-book.
  • Willing Spirits – Short story released on Kindle June 26, 2015. Set in St. Louis, this is a paranormal story that involves the real author (or her ghost) named Patience Worth. OUT OF PRINT.
  • Dream of Crows – Tate’s Hell Stories, released June 18, 2015. Kindle short story set in a cemetery next to Florida’s Tate’s Hell Swamp. Previously appeared in the Lascaux  Prize 2014 anthology.
  • Snakebit – Tate’s Hell Stories, released June 6, 2015 by Thomas-Jacob Publishing, Kindle short story set in Florida’s Tate’s Hell Swamp.
  • The Land Between the Rivers – Kindle, new and expanded edition, released April 23, 2015 by Thomas-Jacob Publishing.. Three stories set in North Florida at the dawn of time featuring Panther, Snake Bird and Bear.
  • Conjure Woman’s Cat, novella, Thomas-Jacob Publishing, paperback and e-book, official release date March 1, 2015.
  • The Betrayed, Book Three, Garden of Heaven Trilogy Vanilla Heart Publishing, November 2013, print edition February 2014. OUT OF PRINT
  • The Land Between the Rivers – Kindle, September 2013. Three stories set in North Florida.
  • The Sailor – Book Two, Garden of Heaven Trilogy, Vanilla Heart Publishing, June 2013. OUT OF PRINT
  • The Seeker – Book One, Garden of Heaven Trilogy, Vanilla Heart Publishing, April 2013. OUT OF PRINT
  • Emily’s Stories – short story collection, Kindle/Nook e-book, Vanilla Heart Publishing, March 2013,  audio edition (on Audible and iTunes), April 2013. Print edition November 2013. OUT OF PRINT EXCEPT FOR THE AUDIOBOOK
  • “Cora’s Crossing,” short story, Kindle/Nook e-book, Vanilla Heart Publishing, 2012. OUT OF PRINT EXCEPT FOR THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDITIONS
  • “Those Women,” short story, A Gift for You Anthology, Vanilla Heart Publishing, 2012.
  • Sarabande, contemporary fantasy, Vanilla Heart Publishing, 2011. Out of print.
  • “Bears, Where They Fought,” Nature’s Gifts Anthology, Vanilla Heart Publishing, 2010.
  • Multiple book reviews for Georgia’s Living Jackson Magazine, 2010. My book reviews currently appear on my Malcolm’s Round Table blog and occasionally on Literary Aficionado and POD Book Reviews and More.
  • The Sun Singer, contemporary fantasy, Vanilla Heart Publishing, second edition, 2010. Out of print.
  • “Storybook,” short story, Future Earth Magazine, fantasy edition, 2009.
  • “Sock Puppet,” poem, The Smoking Poet Magazine, winter 2008-2009.
  • “Mr.  Henry’s Farm,” poem, Forever Friends Anthology, Mandiman Press, 2008.
  • “You Have a Story to Tell,” feature article, Nonprofit World Magazine, January 2007.
  • “Looking for Water in the Promised Land,” feature article, Nostalgia Magazine, February 2004.
  • “Magic Carpets Made of Steel,” National Railway Historical Society, Convention Booklet, Atlanta, Georgia, June 1994. Numerous articles in the Milepost 613 Newsletter of the Southeastern Railway Museum 1997-2001.
  • “A Gentle Road and a Gentle Land,” feature article, The Rosicrucian Digest, September/October 1988.
  • “Crown of the Continent,” feature article, The Rosicrucian Digest, October 1986.
  • “Backbone of the World,” feature article, The Rosicrucian Digest, September 1986.
  • “Listen to the Wind,” first person feature, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Magazine, February 10, 1980. This article was reprinted several years later in the Rosicrucian Digest.
  • “Why These Poems Were Writtem,” with Barry Campbell, foreword, Quincy Frontier, by Laurence R. Campbell, 1980.
  • “Freedom of the Press at Private Colleges,” editorial column, The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 14, 1980.
  • Policy and Administrative Guidance, with James M. Slavin, monograph, Northwestern University, 1975.
  • “Time Capsules – a year-end reflection,” commentary, Training and Development Journal, December, 1974.
  • “Project Whitehat,” feature article, Great Lakes (IL) Bulletin, July 17, 1970. (This feature about sailors who volunteered at the Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago was my favorite of many news stories, features and photographs contributed to this newspaper in 1970.)
  • “Song” (poem) August 4, 1968, and “Campfire and Guitars” (poem) April 19, 1970, appeared in the The Denver Post.
  • “Powerful Leader Becomes ‘Dictator,'” feature article, News for You, January 10, 1968. (This Americana Series article appeared in the “B” Edition of Laubach Literacy’s “Easy English for Adults” newspaper.)
  • “Take a Long Look at Your State’s Newspapers Today,” with Laurence R. Campbell, feature article, Quill & Scroll, December/January 1962.


Copyright (c) 2012 – 2018 by Malcolm R. Campbell


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