Author and reviewer Rob Darnell has reviewed Siege on his website, and seems to have enjoyed it. His page not only has reviews, but is also full of of insight about writing and life in general. You can read the review here.
The Keystone Chronicles anthology has been reviewed by SFReader, and though it isn’t praised or criticized, my story “Racial Memory” is mentioned. You can check the review out here.
The April 2017 Edition of SciFan Magazine, which includes my story “Primal” has been published. You can purchase the magazine here.
My story “Boiler Room Beasties” has been selected as the winner of the 2016 SFReader Short Fiction contest. This is a tale about what happens to genetically modified animals when humans suddenly disappear from their lives. You can read the story on the SFReader site, here.
So, to break up the steady stream of SF news, here’s a ghost story. My tale “Pacific Wind” has been published for Kindle! It’s a pretty long one, well worth the 99 cents!
A quick note about the cover art: it was created by the amazingly talented designer and illustrator Connie Santilli, who I can’t recommend strongly enough. Always willing to take both author and publisher input to create a final product worthy of showing to the world.
TANSTAAFL Press has released their anthology Enter the Apocalypse. This one contains my story Passing the Torch, and you can see it here.
Being mentioned in Locus is always nice, so I was happy to read my name in their write-up of the latest issue of the New York Review of Science Fiction. You can read the Locus Online article here.
The publisher has the following to say about this launch:
Inwood Indiana, the smallest press in the world, is proud to introduce The Pop Machine, bursting with small-town stories, world-class poetry, tales of horror and woe, and all things peculiar.
Featuring fine selections of poetry and fiction by Christopher Acker, Edward Ahern, Bart Bergfeld, F.J. Bergmann, Cyn Bermudez, Les Bohem, Gustavo Bondoni, Anna Cates, Suzanne Cottrell, Deborah L. Davitt, Bill DeArmond, Thomas Elson, Rebekah Goemaat, R. A. Goli, Carol Jones, Lianne Kamp, Martin Keaveney, Helen Laser, Emily Laubham, Jennifer Leeper, David LeGere, Ken Leland, D. Leroy, J. David Liss, Richard Luftig, Michael M. Marks, Mike Murphy, Steven Perry, David Pring-Mill, Sujash Purna, Christina M. Rau, John Reinhart, John Riebow, Joe Roberts, Patricia Rossi, Vincent Salvati, David Anthony Sam, Sugar Tobey, Kristofer Velasquez, and Changming Yuan.
You can buy the book here.