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.
In what used to be the suburbs of Chicago, a community lives and breathes despite the Silents in the wilds beyond. It’s a bit of a straightjacket for fifteen year old Becky, facing marriage to one of the available men and bearing children who may or may not be sane. Until the unthinkable happens – […]
New cover art. New links: Amazon Smashwords
Friday: 5pm (Panel) When I was 10 years old, Yoda was a puppet! 7pm (Opening Ceremony) / Rooms E & F 9 pm (Panel) Doctor Who Through the Females Eyes 11 pm (Panel) Minority Report: Diversity in Comics & Media Saturday: 9 am (Panel) Twelve’s Debut: A look at Peter Capaldi’s first season as the […]
Want to read a good mix of science fiction stories? Damien Broderick was the Cosmos (Aus) fiction editor for five years and he’s put together a collection of thirty of his favorite stories from both the print and online publications during his tenure. His choices include stories by Jay Lake, Joe Haldeman, Mary Robinette Kowak, […]
I’m going to be doing a bit of work on this website. The main page won’t change, but some links might show up broken occasionally for a bit.
Get your copy from these links: Amazon Smashwords Barnes & Noble
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 […]
I’m pleased to announce that Penumbra’s September issue, in honor of Lewis Carroll, is now available in all electronic formats. The magazine features my story “Saturday Night At The Wonderland Club” as well as stories by H.L. Fullerton, E. Catherine Tobler and DeAnna Knippling. Get your copy here.
Penumbra e-zine has purchased my story “Saturday Night At The Wonderland Club” for their “Lewis Carroll” themed issue. It’s one of the most challenging stories I’ve ever written – trying to get the right balance of surreality and social comment was tough, but enjoyable.