Good news of the day is that I just sent back the contract and my story “A Truth Among Several” will be published in Swords and Sorcery.
“Nuclear Family” Published on Stupefying Stories
Stupefying Stories is running a series of tales about a very different colony ship called the Brahma. I’ve written a darkly humorous piece for it entitled “Nuclear Family”, which is today’s installment.
It’s a short read, and it stands alone (though you can always read the precious stories if you like!), and I’ve linked to it here.
Roar 11 Reviewed
Very complete review of Roar 11 has been published on Furry Book Review (I’m 99% sure that this is the first time my name has been included in any website with the word “furry” in it, so I’m honored to finally make it in!). Link here!
Inherit the Sea to be reprinted!
Contract signed, so I can announce that my tale “Inherit the Sea” will be reprinted in a book coming from the good folks at After the Storm (they’d originally published it in their online magazine).
More details as they become available.
In Which I sell Culture Shock
My story “Culture Shock” has sold to Alien Dimensions. I’ll let everyone know when it gets published.
Pride and Joy Published by After the Storm
Cool news is that my story “Pride and Joy” has been published by After the Storm.
This one takes an awful situation and makes it uplifting – if anyone reads this, I’d love to know what you think. It’s free to read in the link here.
“The Eye” Published on Every Day Fiction
My story “The Eye” has been published on Every Day Fiction, it’s a very short tale, free to read, and you can check it out here.
The Wheeled Centaur Sold to Intrepidus Ink
Contract signed, so I can announce that my story “The Wheeled Centaur” will be published by Intrepidus Ink. It’s my first sale to this market, and it seems like the perfect place for what is quite a strange little piece of flash. I’d delighted!
Inherit the Sea Published in After the Storm
Woot! First publication of 2023! My story “Inherit the Sea” is up at After the Storm Magazine.
I really liked writing this one and if anyone wants a little hope in a bleak world, this might just be the ticket. It’s free to read, link here.
Sometimes Readers Hit the Nail on the Head
Sometimes I get a reader review I just have to share, because it captures what I was going for so perfectly. This one is for The Malakiad (link here in case it tempts anyone!):
The Malakiad is to classic mythology what Hitchhiker’s Guide is to science fiction. Not only is the author’s wit razor sharp, his knowledge of his material (and so much more) is vast.
If you’re looking for a fun summer read, this is it.
Now THAT is a review to warm an author’s heart!