Happy news today is that my story Superclásico will be appearing in the Fearful Fun anthology. I’ll let everyone know when it is published.
The Overcast 158 is out – this podcast contains my story “Bridge Over the Cunene”, marking the first time in audio for one of my all-time favorite stories.
There are all sorts of options to listen, so here’s the website so you can choose your favorite system. If anyone does listen, let me know what you think!
Conrtact signed, so I’m delighted to announce that my story Red Catapult has sold to ParSec. This is a magazine I really wanted to sell to, so I’m over the moon!
My story “Class Warfare” is today’s tale at every day fiction. It’s free to read, and you can comment… here.
The Life of Books has been published! This one contains my story “Illuminations”, a mainstream piece that I’m particularly proud of because it packs a lot into a small word count.
Link to the purchase site here.
Happy Monday! It’s particularly happy for me because I’ve sold a story since last report: “Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice” has been picked up by JayHenge for Grandpa’s Deep Space Diner.
If you head over to Hyphenpunk you can read my story “Dust Rabbits”, a Cyberpunk/Western Mashup which I had tons of fun writing.
Sold a story over the weekend! My tale “Dust Rabbits” (sequel to my Western/Steampunk combo “Moo Tube”) has sold to Hyphen Punk. I’m delighted that this universe is going to be more developed, as it’s quite fun to write.
If anyone’s curious about the first tale, I’ve linked to it here, and, of course, I’ll let everyone know when the knew one is published.
Here’s a review of American Monsters Part 1 that I just noticed. I normally wouldn’t call out a review from a year or more ago, but this one says mainly nice things about stories written by friends, so I wanted to add it here!
Sale! My story “A Gathering of Ashes” will be appearing in NonBinary Review‘s Heathentide Orphans issue. Very happy to hear this, as that is a story that, despite its really short length, makes me tear up every time I reread it.