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Recent News

2.5.16

My story “43 Responses to ‘In Memory of Dr. Alexandra Nako'” is up today at Daily Science Fiction

11.9.15

I’ve posted my schedule for this year’s Philcon (Nov. 20-22, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cherry Hill, NJ), where I’ll be reading and babbling on a few panels

10.17.15

Acceptance from Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet for my story “The Shop of Dying Illusions”

9.30.15

My short story “What the Blood Bog Takes” is now out in issue 47 of Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show

9.22.15

My short story “What the Blood Bog Takes” was accepted for publication in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show

9.21.15

I’ll be teaching a fiction writing workshop this October: details here

9.6.15

My story “43 Responses to ‘In Memory of Dr. Alexandra Nako'” was accepted for publication in Daily Science Fiction

3.12.15

You can hear my story “Dream Logic” (originally published in Daily Science FictionDecember 8, 2014) in this week’s episode of the audio podcast Far-Fetched Fables

12.8.14

My story “Dream Logic” is up today at Daily Science Fiction

11.5.14

My flash story “Les Arbres Morts” is up today at Every Day Fiction

10.21.14

I’ll be doing a reading at the World Fantasy Convention on Friday, November 7, 1 to 1:30 p.m.

10.11.14

Fellow author and Unburied Treasures author Nyki Blatchley was kind enough to interview me over at his blog

9.4.2014

We now have a lovely trailer for Unburied Treasures: An Illustrated Anthology of Speculative Fiction, available from Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, and iTunes:

8.14.2014

Two bits of news today: 1) I’m pleased to say that “The Girl Who Welcomed Death to Svalgearyen” will be included in the e-anthology The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Year Five, to be released this September, and 2) for a limited time, Unburied Treasures: An Illustrated Anthology of Speculative Fiction is available for FREE

8.4.2014

My flash story “Dream Logic” was accepted for publication in Daily Science Fiction

6.24.14

“The Swan Maiden” (originally published in the October 2013 issues of Flash Fiction Online) is included in this week’s episode of the audio podcast Far-Fetched Fables