My (very) short story “No Magic” is now posted on the Untied Shoelaces of the Mind site – free to readers. Also, The Death God’s Chosen from Deepwood Publishing, featuring my story “Maiden, Tower, Catacomb,” is now available.
The book is now available in print: http://www.amazon.com/Future-Embodied-Jason-Andrew/dp/0979422116/ref=sr_1_1_bnp_1_har?ie=UTF8&qid=1398703085&sr=8-1&keywords=the+future+embodied
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 […]
The Amazon Kindle version is now available. A print version should be posted in a few days.
The latest anthology from Deepwood Publishing, featuring my story “Tapestries,” is now available from Amazon (and other retailers). Get your copy here:
What is it? Follow this link to find out: makingfate.jenniferrpovey.com – and tomorrow the adventure begins!
The Skeptic and Other Glimpses. A UFO debunker bites off more than he can chew. A man faces an unusual test for an orbital job. Immortality becomes something to fear. Anchored around “The Skeptic,” one of the last stories purchased by Dr. Stanley Schmidt prior to his retirement as editor of Analog, this collection of […]
Like Star Trek? Like sailing ships? Intrigued by mythology? It’s time to get your crew together and sail beyond the horizon in Strange Voyages, coming soon from Occult Moon. You are Renaissance era explorers, seeking wealth, glory, and adventure – but the lands you seek are not a New World, but an ancient one – […]
Stupefying Stories just accepted my genre-bending short story “Soulless Machine.” (A bit of a finally – I’ve been trying to find the right home for this rather strange story for a while).
I’m really quite, quite proud of Matt Davis’ work here. Look out for this collection, anchored around a story that was in last April’s Analog, next Saturday.