I was happy to hear that my story ‘The Arcadian Obelisk’ will be published in an upcoming issue of SciFan Magazine.
The story is about a spaceship crew trying to stop a mysterious object that’s gobbling up entire star systems.
(Funny thing: this story was originally accepted for publication about a year ago by another magazine, but I accidentally withdrew it from consideration when I got my editors mixed up. Lesson learned.)
I was very happy to find out that my poem “Roaches in the Wormwood” will be published in “Death’s Garden”, a Black Book Series anthology by Lycan Valley Press. You should look forward to that coming out if you’re interested in creepy poems with a hidden meaning.
My story ‘Jerold’s Stand’ was accepted for publication in Broadswords and Blasters. I am happy about this story finding a good home. It was a bit of an experiment -trying to emulate the flavor of a medieval epic, mainly The Song of Roland– and I like how it turned out. You’re thrown into the middle of a battle as a brave captain leads his force against a much larger army. If you can get over the style -which is deliberately archaic- I think you might like it, too. It’s on track to come out in April 2018.
My science fiction novel, Angels and Wormholes, is now available on Amazon kindle.
(An earlier draft of the novel is still available for free on Wattpad, where it’s gotten a great reception, including 145K reads.)
I hope you’ll check it out if you’re interested, and please leave a review. These are worth far more than money.
Thanks for your support!
Two of my horror poems -‘Goodnight’ and ‘Skittering Bones’- are in the current issue of Polar Borealis magazine, which is now available free to the public here, for anyone who is interested.
I’d like to hear what you think, especially about ‘Goodnight’ (I particularly like that one). Thanks for reading.