My work has appeared in science fiction and fantasy magazines, newspapers, travel magazines, and blogs. While most of my fiction was published in paper journals, and is now lost to the ages, some of my non-fiction and travel stories are online. Here are links to a few of those stories.
Stone Cold, Tales of the Talisman – Urban fantasy short story. From the issue’s promo copy: “Eric Warren tells us what to do if you should happen to find the philosopher’s stone in your girlfriend’s underwear drawer.” The issue is available for purchase from the publisher.
7 incredible experiences in Montana’s Yellowstone Country – There are countless winter activities awaiting the adventurer in the greater Yellowstone region. Here are seven.
Farewell, Mountain: A Riding Retrospective on Monture Trail, Montana – The story has roots in a ride I took with friends Aaron Teasdale and Rod Kramer a few years back on one of the trails most in danger of closure in the United States. With the current situation of Montana (and the greater US) trails getting more perilous, I wove it together with the recent Federal Court ruling closing trails in a WSA near Bozeman that continues to threaten access everywhere. The story is an adventure of hope.
On the Other Side of the World Someone Awaits – This was one of my first travel stories. It was also one of the first experiences that opened me up to the magic of travel. I mean, what do you do when a beautiful stranger gets on a bus with you as you’re backpacking around Chile?
6 Backcountry Lessons the Morrison Jeep Trail will Teach You – This is the result of riding one of the most rugged and most remote trails in Montana. We got schooled in what it means to be just a little over your head in the backcountry.
7 things I learned from the best travel film ever made – Watching The Road From Karakol on the big screen at 5Point Film Festival was a formative event for me. It was like a blueprint for living large. Living fully. These are lessons I try to embrace.
20 Best Micro-Breweries in America – I didn’t pick the title for this story, and beer is so subjective that I never even tried to find the best. I used a matrix of award-winning beers, breweries in amazing places, and even tried to find beers in all regions of the country. At the time it was written, that was a challenge in the south. Not anymore.
This article made #1 on Google and got me a gig producing a TV sizzle reel.
9 Montana Backpacking Trips That Will Blow Your Mind – This is one of the few articles that I remember the writing of the story more than I remember the content. I wrote it in a coffee shop in Portland, Maine, but outlining each of these trips brought me back to an incredible experience under the Big Sky. Nostalgia at its best.
Saving the Stockman – Short, award-winning documentary about a small town that goes to extraordinary lengths to save its cafe.