Jessica McHugh

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Jessica McHugh
Born Jessica Brianne Bonito
November 15, 1982
Occupation Writer
Genre Speculative Fiction
Subject Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror

Jessica McHugh is an American author of speculative fiction,[1] member of the Maryland Writers Association, and an affiliate member of the Horror Writers Association. A prolific writer, she has had eighteen books published by small presses in seven years. Her first play "Fool call it Fate: a story of sex, coincidence, and an electronic cigarette", produced at The Mobtown Theater, was chosen as the Best New Play of 2011 by Baltimore Broadway World.[2]



  • Camelot Lost (2008) (as Jessica Bonito) List of books about King Arthur#21st century
  • A Touch of Scarlet (2009) (ISBN 9781926704203)
  • Song of Eidolons (2009) (ISBN 161658274X)
  • From the Herald's Wearied Eye (2010)
  • The Sky: The World (2010)
  • Tales of Dominhydor
    • Maladrid (Book One) (2010)
    • Yven (Book Two) (2011)
    • Palaplia (Book Three) (2011)
  • Rabbits in the Garden (2011)
  • Danny Marble & the Application for Non-Scary Things (2011)
  • Play the Way Home (2012) (as E.J. McCain)
  • PINS (2012)
  • The Maiden Voyage (2014)
  • The Darla Decker Diaries
    • Darla Decker Hates to Wait (2014)
    • Darla Decker Takes the Cake (2014)
    • Darla Decker Shakes the State (2015)
    • Darla Decker Plays it Straight (2016)
  • The Green Kangaroos (2014)
  • The Train Derails in Boston (2016)

Short Stories[edit]

  • "Begging for Relief" (2010)
  • "Under the Slide" (2010)
  • "Gather Ye Rosebuds" (2010)
  • "My Caroline, My Love" (2010)
  • "The Last Circus" (2011)
  • "Resuscitation" (2011)
  • "Maternal Instincts" (in "It Lives: What Hath Mother Wrought?" Anthology from Runewright Publishing, 2011)
  • "Master Marvel's Menagerie" (in "Dead Souls" Anthology from Post Mortem Press, 2011)
  • "Beer-Basted" (in "100 Horrors" Anthology from Cruentus Libri Press, 2012)
  • "A Ride in the Dream Machine" (in "Torn Realities" Anthology from Post Mortem Press, 2012)
  • "Extraction" (in "Fear the Abyss" Anthology from Post Mortem Press, 2012)
  • "Crazed in Christmas City" (in "Let It Snow: Season's Readings for a Super Cool Yule" Anthology, 2012)
  • "Love Aground" (in "Zombies Need Love, Too" Anthology from Dark Moon Books, 2013)
  • "Mowed" (in "Dark Bits" Anthology from Apokrupha, 2013)
  • "Auntie Grave" (in "The Gothic Blue Book III, Graveyard Edition" Anthology from Burial Day Books, 2013)
  • "The Brain Train" (in "Coffin Hop: Death By Drive-In" Anthology, 2013)
  • "On the Shoulders of Muses" (in "Allegories of the Tarot" Anthology, 2013)
  • "Food For Thought" (One Night Stand, Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, 2013)
  • "The Right Stuff" (in "Tall Tales with Short Cocks volume 4" Anthology from Rooster Republic Press, 2013)
  • "A Fate My Lover Feared" (in "Fur and Fang" Anthology from Apokrupha LLC, 2014)
  • "The Riddled Heart" (in "Lucky 13" Anthology from Padwolf Publishing, 2014)
  • "A Ribbon, A Rover" (in "Truth or Dare" Anthology from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, 2014)
  • "Another Pleasant Valley Sunday" (in Jamais Vu: The Journal of Strange Among the Familiar, 2014)
  • "Domestic Hate" (in "Potatoes" Anthology from Fringeworks LLC, 2014)
  • "Blue Moon Over Gigi" (in "Vignettes from the End of the World" Anthology from Apokrupha, 2014)


  • "Fools Call It Fate" (Lazy Bee Scripts, 2010)
  • "Two Grunts For Yes" (Lazy Bee Scripts, 2017)


  • Virtuoso at Masturbation, and More McHughmorous Musings (2013)


  1. ^ Poster, Guest. "Interview: Jessica McHugh – Working Writers". Retrieved 2017-01-17. 
  2. ^ BWW. "BWW Baltimore 2011 Awards Winners Announced!". Retrieved 2017-01-17. 

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