My byline has been occasionally misspelled as “Cagemann” or “Kaufmann,” but there are a growing list of articles, stories, and poems attributed to my correctly spelled nome de plume, Derek Kagemann.
I am still in the process of updating this list. Just about everything is here save for the list of articles that I wrote for the Indiana Daily Student back when I was in college and a few errant works, like a promotion script that I’d written. It is humbling to realize that so much of what I have written has just been sitting around these past few years, gathering dust while I’m driving the family to doctor’s appointments. I am looking forward to changing that trend and putting my work back into circulation.
- Fast Learners. Murky Depths #9, Autumn, 2009.
Review by Daniel Powell at The Byproduct.
- Minion Like Me. Neo-Opsis, May, 2008.
- Shiny, Red Plastic, Thieves Jargon.
Reprinted in A Quill Full of Shadows, August, 2008.
- Sad Yellow Sphere, Thieves Jargon.
- Someone in My Bed, The Dolphin.
- Knights of the Dinner Table
- Six-Stringed Box, KODT #214.
- Bross Slattor, KODT #213.
- Stone Survivor, KODT #213.
- The Gaming Guru, KODT #208.
- Government Got Game, KODT #203.
- The Pilgrim’s Pillow, KODT #158.
- Shawl of the Washer Woman, KODT #155.
- Yagamov’s Amazing Flea Circus, KODT #148.
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, KODT #145.
- Good Ol’ Whatzhisname, KODT #144.
- Titan’s Wand, KODT #144.
- A Dealy Trio: Arsenic Mercury and Phosphorus, KODT #110.
- Kobold Quarterly
List of articles for the Indiana Daily Student pending
- Halycon was a pulp fiction magazine that spanned two print and two online issues. As fun as it was, I was not making enough of a profit to justify the expenditure of time once my son was born, as I was handling nearly every aspect of production. My friend, Brett Flowers, created the exceptional cover art for both issues prior to his death.
- Sang lead for Truckin’, Truckin’, Truckin’, performed by The Dread Pirate Roberts, and composed ambient music tracks for the movie, Shadows, 2004.
- Lead singer for the now defunct, Bloomington, Indiana-based band, The Dread Pirate Roberts, 2004.
- Indiana Daily Student, Pulp(science)fiction.
- E-Panel: Literary Journal Editors August 2005. Definitely my “Who is Naven Johnson?” moment. My responses are exponentially longer than those of the other editors with only a fraction of the worthwhile content.