This one’s a bit different – it’s for those of us who love old school science fiction, heroic fantasy and the pulps – whether full time or as a change of pace. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/678700 Cirsova #4 contains my story “The Witch of Elrica” and is available for pre-order now, with full release December 2.
The print edition is now complete and available directly from Createspace. (You do need to make a Createspace account. It will be on Amazon in a few days). Additionally, the electronic version is now back up at Barnes & Noble and Kobo.
Here it is. Or here it will be. Official release date is Friday, November 28. You can pre-order your copy from Amazon or Smashwords. Or, you can wait until Friday and attend my Facebook party for a chance to win a free copy. (If you are a book blogger or reviewer, please feel free to […]
If you’re looking for me at RavenCon, here’s my schedule: Friday, 6pm: Online Reviews: The Good and the Bad. Friday, 8pm: 3-D Printing: The Promise and the Perils. Saturday, 9am: Doctor Who Through The Ages Saturday, 12pm: Modern Forms of Writing: Books, Comics, Film Saturday, 3pm: Writing The Other Saturday, 8pm: Reading Sunday, 9am: B […]
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From me to all of you.
You can read the story here. The full table of contents for the issue, which is free, is here. You will also find a link to download the story in .pdf from this page. There’s a nice mixed bag of shorts here…please read more than just mine and support Allegory!
Just as the title says – Edwin E. Smith Publishing has accepted “The Locket,” one of my non-genre stories, to run in the September issue (most likely).
“Suits And Flannel” (fantasy) to Big Pulp e-zine. “For The Children” (science fiction) to Simian Publishing’s “The Future Embodied” anthology.
Read this wonderful piece of flashfic right here. While you’re there check out some of the other monster-themed stories, not all of them strictly horror. (Although I wouldn’t want to meet that dog on a dark night.