On Spec, Fall 2007
The young man shook his head. "No poison, no bombs, not for you," he told the great detective. "No, for *you*, I have a whole new type of crime."
On Spec, Winter 2007
There it is in your gut: that *feeling* again. Fear, revulsion–it doesn't matter what it is. For the first time, you *feel* something, and you want more.
On Spec, Summer 2010
"I didn't fall," she whispered. The world was so quiet that everyone around could hear her clearly. "I didn't have an accident. I had *him*."
And Should I Fall Behind
The older brother (who would always think of himself that way) shouldered his pack. He looked up at the orange sun, dying but not yet dead, and set off to find out what would happen next.
Out of Print
Three Sensible Adventures
I wrote these stories for my niece Allison's eighth birthday; they were published by Annick Press in 1999.
Bottle of Light
Published by Scholastic Canada in 2008 as part of their Grade 5 Guided Reading series. I hope I can share it with you some day.
Once upon a time a little girl was born.
This is the story of the numbers that were born with her–where they came from,
how they moved from place to place,
who used them and fixed them and how they met other numbers
until finally, one day, they were called home.
By Desirée De Leon & Greg Wilson.
Once upon a time, a young puppet named Still lived in a city full of wonders. This is the story of the worst thing that ever happened to her: about violins and gargoyles, glass rats and friendship, and in the end, about---ah, but that would be telling...
Take a mountain, lift it into the air, and set it adrift: that is Avaunt. But look closer—there, in a village on its starboard flank. A girl is running for her life. She just felt the mountain shake for the first time in centuries, but that's not what she's afraid of. She's afraid of what the boy chasing her will do if he catches her...
A young man descends into the crypts beneath the city to slay a monster, a woman plots to steal her niece's youth, a talking horse foils a robbery, a ghost remembers how he earned his name, and a magician wonders why she can't get an old nursery rhyme out of her head.
A story for ages 9-10 about a courageous fairy, a ninja cat, some robot dinosaurs, and a couple of spaceships.
Another story for ages 9-10 about a young kangaroo battling killer robots.
"I'm not disappointed at all," the frog said firmly. He put his arm around the dinosaur's neck and gave her a big hug. "Practically every frog has a princess. A dinosaur, on the other hand---now that's *special*."