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.
Well, it’s official – SciFan magazine likes my work. My story “Gamma City Tag Team” has sold to them and will be appearing in their next issue. That will mark four issues in a row with one of my stories in it.
The Elusive Mountain – J. Lee Strickland
The Purple Giraffe – Christopher Walker
When Rivers Run Up – Salena Casha
Travels with Kevin – Joel Reeves
Adventure in Spring – Teodora Taseva
The Vegetable Patch – Christine Hillingdon
The Boy Beneath the Beech Tree – Edward Ahern
Minnie at the Marketplace – Maroula Blades
Tanner’s Kitten – Wendy Wiseman Fisher
Hector and the Moon Cat – Daisy E. White
Bear Necessities – Hunter Liguore
Third Half – Gustavo Bondoni
Tree Rings – Adam S. Getty
Lady Ogress and the Oglets – Lyn Godfrey
The Undertaker’s Underpants – Ken MacGregor
Pancakes – Darlene P. Campos
Sir Blodry, Adventurous – DJ Tyrer
Peaches – James D. Fischer
Lida’s Rainbow – Ariel Stone
The Other Monster – Anne E. Johnson
The Princess and the Dragon – Wondra Vanian
The View – Jonathan Ochoco
The Post Pixie – Philippa Rae
Clues on the Corner – Christine Collier
Elizabeth and the Lightning Sprite – Trish Rissen
Rosa and her Rose-Coloured Glasses – Lisa Reily
Leif the Story Hunter – Jennifer Shelby
The First Music – Joel A. Nichols
My story, “The Collector” is a finalist in the Defenestrationism short fiction contest. Any website that defines itself as one that looks into the finer points of the art of throwing people out of windows (which, apparently, is what defenestration means) is OK in my book.
The complete list of finalists and the dates of publication are: