ISFDB Entry Updated

During a discussion on another writer’s wall, I happened to mention that a few publications ere missing on my entry in the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. They got in touch immediately and asked me to send them info on the missing items. Only a few days later, the entry looks absolutely incredible (link here). The amount of work that goes into keeping this base updated must be simply staggering, and I’m sure I speak for pretty much everyone writing in the genre when I say THANK YOU SO MUCH!


Pale Reflection Sold to Shards Anthology

My story “Pale Reflection” has been accepted for the Shards anthology from Springsong Press.  You may recall that I also had a tale in their antho Still Waters, and they were a pleasure to work with.  Will keep everyone posted about launch dates and where to buy the book when it launches!

Spring Song

Chronos Chronicles ToC Anounced

The lineup for the anthology The Chronos Chronicles is up.  A very nice ToC there, plus an amazing cover – have a look:

Chronos Chronicles cover

Another Second Chance by Karl Lykken
Closing Schrodinger’s Box by Michael W. Lucht
Diversions by J.D. Kotzman
Fashion Emergency by Brian Koukol
Picking Litter on the Moon by Robert Bagnall
Putting It Right by Gustavo Bondoni
The Man Who Brought Down The New York Times by Paul Levinson
Stopper by David Christenson
The Babushka Lady by C.R. Berry
The Road to Utopia Plain by Rick Kennett
The Scar by Frank Roger
The Winds of Time by Mike Adamson
The Wishing Place by Aaron Moskalik
Timeless in Chronosville by John A. Frochio
113 Feet by Josh Roseman

Tales for Tired Tykes Sale Begins


The PledgeMe page for the anthology Eeny Meeny Miney Mo: Tales for Tired Tykes, is up! I’ll include a link in the first comment. This one was importantto me because my story that appears within is one of the very few children’t stories I have ever written.

It was witten on spec (meaning that the editors didn’t request it and I sent it in for an open call). It’s based on experiences I lived when I was very young, so, between that and the fact that I was waaaay outside of my comfort zone, it had quite a bit of an emotional impact when the editors bought it.