The Visions VII anthology, which includes my story “Burstchasers” is available for purchase. You can buy a copy, here. This is the seventh in this long-running line of anthologies, and marks my third appearance in the series. I have enjoyed the earlier installments quite a bit, so delighted to be in this one.
This has been an Ecotastrophe II week. Not only did my story “The Wrong Kind of Ship” get singled out for some nice comments in the first Amazon review of the anthology, but I also received my contributor’s copies. So it’s been on my mind quite a bit!
My article “Snapshots of the Brazilian Scene” was published in the August issue of the New York Review of Science Fiction. This is delightful, because the sheer level of scholarship and erudition present in the Review’s articles are a pleasure to read–and it’s an honor to be among them!
My story “Anchored Down in Anchorage” will be featured in a forthcoming issue of Into the Ruins Magazine, a publication dedicated to what happens after our current industrial civilization comes to a grinding halt or at least has to face the consequences of its own actions. AN interesting concept and a perfect fit for this story.
My story “Teeth” has sold to Fantasia Divinity’s Autumn edition. Apart from being published in Autumn, this one is a collection of Autumn-themed horror. Worth a look, I’m certain!
The Ecotastrophe II anthology, which includes my tale “The Wrong Kind of Ship” is available to order. You can have a look at the purchasing options on the publisher’s website, here.
Have received news that my story “Bridge Over the Cunene” will be appearing in Ténèbres 2018. This will mark my very first publication in French and the eighth language my fiction has appeared in.