My latest story is out in Nature Futures as of today! Nature stories are free to read for a limited time after they’re published, so if you want to read it do it sooner than later.
Sometimes technology is frustrating and sometimes it is less frustrating if I think of it as an easily distracted toddler.
Nature Futures: Dad and Ick
UPDATE! Nature allows the author of their stories to share them for free via PDF. So If you can no longer read the story at the link above it is available here.
Dad and Ick PDF
Looking over the blog, it looks like I forgot to post another story that came out last year. So here is a bonus, very short story for you.
Another new story is out today. It can be read on Flash Fiction Online. If you have a problem with Flying insects you may want to skip this one.
Can Anyone Tell Me What Kind of Moth This Is?
My latest story is out today in If There’s Anyone Left Volume 3. The ebook is available
Which World Ending Nightmare are You? is the story in the form of a test you never knew you needed. If what you needed is to find out what kind of apocalypse you embody that is.
I have a drabble (100 word story) in issue 19 of Fairfield Scribes. This is probably the nerdiest thing I’ve ever written, being both a send up of Shakespeare and P.G. Wodehouse.
My story, Guard of the Crossing, went live this week on Manawaker Studio’s Flash Fiction Podcast.
This story was previously published on SIc Semper Serpent’s Patreon page, so this is its first public outing. And its first audio publication. I really enjoy hearing my stories read by voices other than my own. I think the narrator hit it out of the park.
It’s my first published story of 2021!
There should be a few other puppies stories spilling out by the end of the year.
Check it out on Daily Science Fiction!
When I wrote
The Numbers in 2019, I had no idea how much a year plus of social distancing would make the mood of this story so relatable. At least to me.