- Seriously. #srslyI did the thing.Double the words of wisdom. The second one is from @jephjacques, in #questionablecontent.A pleasant surprise at our quarterly meeting. #bagelfaceWords of wisdom, and a new book out in paperback. (It's a proof. The real one doesn't have a "not for resale" stripe on it.) #TheClockworkRussian #aftertheapocalypseI asked Alyssa to eat half the green beans left on her plate. This is the result.
Category Archives: short story
My scuba-diving sci-fi short-story “113 Feet”, which first ran on Escape Pod, has been reprinted in the new collection The Chronos Chronicles. Time travel enthusiasts should check it out at some point in the future. Get it? No? Just me? Oh well. Read it … Continue reading
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
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
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.
A vengeful ghost passes on the terror that was her life to the young couple renovating her home in “Dreaming of Suzanne”, now available in the December issue of Double Feature Magazine. This is a horror story. People are not nice … Continue reading
If you read my collection The Clockwork Russian and Other Stories, you got first crack at reading my unpublished story “Stand Up”, about an autistic asexual nongendered superhero. It’s one of the stories I’m proudest of, because it was difficult … Continue reading
The editor of Abstract Jam has released issue 3 on Kindle. It contains my surrealist horror story “My Pillow”. You can get a copy here. Or, if you prefer a printed version, here’s one you can buy.