- It is not necessary to comment on the fact that I am smiling in this photo. That is all.My portrait mode donut looks like a rock. Or a shaved tribble.They wanted us to decorate our doors with our favorite holiday movies. Someone already had Die Hard, but this one definitely takes place around the holidays. #batmanreturnsPost-walk nap.Grr. Aarrgh.Elbow tree.
Category Archives: fiction
Out today in The Arcanist: my flash fiction story about the gamification of tragedy, “Thoughts and Prayers”. I first wrote this in November 2015, after a mass shooting (I think), when I saw the outpouring of “support” on social media — … Continue reading
It’s taken years of revisions, rejections, and reuploads*, but After the Apocalypse is finally out, and you can get an electronic or print copy. Here’s how: Kindle Edition Print Edition From the back cover: Eleven years ago, a superhero named … Continue reading
My latest novel, After the Apocalypse, will be released November 17. That’s one month away, which means it’s time to show you the cover: Many thanks to Sara Noto from notobella designs, who has done all but one of my covers since … Continue reading
In 2013 at the Taos Toolbox writing workshop, I wrote a short-story about a man who’s never been to a cemetery. When he finally goes to one, after his partner dies, he makes a new friend… who died several years … Continue reading
If you haven’t already read it, you can now get my book The Clockwork Russian ABSOLUTELY FREE (until December 27). Now you have no excuse not to read it. Get it from Amazon at this here URL.
I wrote an interstitial story in the Secret Santa universe and it was published in the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine’s 2017 holiday episode, along with six other stories. Hear it by clicking here.