Dec 072016

New Stories: I published three new stories this year: one horror short story, one fantasy short story, and one science fiction novelette.  If you are the sort of person that nominates stories for awards, well, here ya go.  If you are the sort of person that reads (or listens to) [read more…]

My story HigherWorks is out now in the December issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction.

I’ve sold my novelette HigherWorks to Asimov’s Science Fiction.  Here’s a taste: On the far side of the crossing are two uniformed officers of the UK Immigration Service, conspicuously not cops courtesy of their berets and their semi-automatics. The two are staring straight at them through the stream of crossing [read more…]

My story Twelve and Tag, originally published in the March 2015 issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction, will be appearing in Czech in XB-1.  Many thanks to Foreign Rights Editor Martin Šust and translator Jitka Cardová!  XB-1 previously translated and reprinted my story “Slow Boat”. And the English version of Twelve and [read more…]

My story “Lost Wax” is out now in the August issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction.  It got a “Recommended” from Rich Horton at Locus Magazine, and Best SF says: “It’s inventive and clever, the characters are non-normative, and the ending rounds a great story off nicely.”  You can buy it in [read more…]

My novelette “Slow Boat“, which originally appeared in the April/May issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction, will be reprinted in Russian in ESLI, Russia’s oldest Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine.  I’ll post more details here as I learn them.

May 042010

My novelette Slow Boat is in the August 2010 issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction, in stores now!  Read an excerpt on their site here. And more about the story here.

Jan 132010

My novelette Slow Boat has sold to Asimov’s Science Fiction!  Thanks as always to Sheila Williams at Asimov’s, and to my Writing Buddy, Shoe Gennessee; without their advice and support, the story would still be just a heap of mental and digital bits… Slow Boat starts with our heroine waking up, [read more…]

May 282009

I’ve finished a novelette titled On the Salt Sea.  It’s a science fiction story, inspired by an old Scottish Border ballad my father sings.  It’s about a spaceship pilot contracted to two powerful brothers in the Rings and Moons of Saturn, a region made treacherous by rampant piracy, corrupt frontier [read more…]

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