"Delightful." —Locus Online
900 words, science fiction
"The Terms of Our Alliance"
Like a Breath of Flame (anthology)
1,300 words, WARNING: erotica
News - a record of world domination unfolding in real time
- May 1, 2013: "The Separatists" appeared in the March 21 issue of Nature with some gorgeous art, "The Color of Sand" (a.k.a. "the talking cat story") should be featured on the cover of the Jul/Aug issue of F&SF (!) with some other gorgeous cover art, and "The Flight Stone", a fantasy flash peice, has sold to Daily Science Fiction, and could possibly also appear with some gorgeous art, but it's equally likely that it will appear next to an irrelevant picture of a robodragon. Or something.
- January 29, 2013: Holy toad--I've sold a science fiction flash piece to Nature! (NB: Story does not contain holy toads, but does contain cloning, riots, marital difficulties, and the President of the United States.)
- January 6, 2013: F&SF has once again taken a fantasy story of mine, "The Color of Sand," even though it totally features talking cats. (Or is that... BECAUSE?) Editor Michael Knost has taken my horror piece "Banjo Monsters" for his brilliantly titled anthology "Redneck Zombies from Outer Space" (coming out from Woodland Press), which does not feature talking cats, but rather, horrible shambling monsters of unspeakable, um... shamblingness.
- December 18, 2012: My 50th published story blew past without me even noticing! (Everybody wave to "Heaventide"!) Well, "The Terms of Our Alliance" in the Circlet Press anthology "Like a Breath of Flame" is my 51st, anyway.