Black Static, September/October 2018
Reprint: The Dark #44, January 2019
Three artists live together during an uneasy winter as one becomes convinced a fourth lives among them.
“[A] deliciously disturbing slice of horror, twisting reality in small but strikingly effective ways…creating the kind of nightmare that feels like everyday reality until it clearly is something else” --Maria Haskins
Strange Horizons, May 2018
A man is followed home by a specter from the stories of his childhood.
"[A] beautifully written story full of longing"--A.C. Wise, Apex Magazine
"[A]n intimate tale of loneliness and pain, a piece that blends a deep emotional realism with the fantastic." --Vanessa Fogg
hidden in skin
Gamut, September 2017
A young drag queen's attempted robbery has devastating consequences.
"Muneshwar's horror-tale is a brilliant, dark, gut- and heart-wrenching story of transformation and ambition" --Maria Haskins
Skins smooth as plantain, hearts soft as mango
The Dark, August 2017
Selection: Year's Best Weird Fiction vol. 5, ed. Michael Kelly and Robert Shearman
Selection: Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2018, ed. Paula Guran
In 1950's Guyana, a boy with a beast in his stomach struggles to find his place in an increasingly fractured city.
" [R]ich with sensory descriptions....It’s a story that pulls the reader in, and allows them to feel the world fully, including the darkness under the skin." --A.C. Wise, Apex Magazine
"[N]icely written with outstanding description...and characterization." --Paula Guran, Locus Magazine
PodCastle, May 2017
A spurned god visits two children, one in 1970's Guyana and the other in Queens at the turn of the millenium.
the falling game
Liminal Stories, May 2017
A connection develops between an alien and a missionary from irreconcilably different cultures.
An Alphabet of Embers, ed. Rose Lemberg
An elderly couple copes with loss: as one fights cancer, the other loses their language.
"A moving story of what we say when we have no words" --Karen Burnham, Strange Horizons