Read sneak previews and catch up on all the news:
June 16, 2010
I did a guest
blog at Damnation Books today on the perils and reward of writing dark
fiction. Go check it out!
April 11, 2010
My Weird Western short fantasy "Wishes and
Horses" has been accepted by Tales of Moreauvia for publication this fall.
April 8, 2010
Norwescon was excellent. The writers' workshops there are
impressive and I got some excellent ideas for present and future work. And I
acquired a great hat! (One should really be careful in the dealers' room. So
much great stuff!) I'm looking forward to seeing new friends and old at the next
con, which at this moment will be SpoCon in Spokane, WA this summer.
March 26, 2010
I'm heading off to Norwescon in Seattle April 1-4, which
should be a lot of fun. I hope I'll see a lot of you there!
March 13, 2010
Here's another good review of "Who
Mourns for the Hangman?", which seems to touch a chord in everyone who
reads the story. The reviewer says, "Who Mourns for the Hangman is
an imaginative dark fantasy that is sure to thrill all who read it."
You can download a copy at Damnation
Books or as a Kindle e-book at Amazon.
February 17, 2010
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I should Google myself more often. I just found this old
Tangent Online review
of my very first published story, "Where Magic Lives," which earned an
Honorable Mention in the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror for that year. It was
originally published in On Spec, which has another of my stories, "An
Infinity of Moments," in the queue to publish, hopefully sometime this
February 16, 2010
I will be giving an interview on Blog
Talk Radio Tuesday, February 16th at 5:30 Pacific time, (7:30 Central, 8:30
Eastern). Call in and listen to my report on RadCon and the inspiration behind
"Who Mourns for the Hangman?"
Come along and listen!
February 15, 2010
A couple of favorable reviews of Kraken's Honor have wended
their way to my mailbox:
From Matthew Denton at Novel
From Maegan Bergstrom at Maegan's
From Lois Tilton at Internet
Review of Science Fiction
February 11-14, 2010
I'll be at Radcon in Pasco, Washington. I hear this is a
great con and a lot of fun. I'm looking forward to the panel I'm on: "For
Want of a Nail" which discusses alternate history, a subject near and dear
to my heart. Hope to see some of you there!
January 23, 2010
"Who Mourns for the Hangman?"
placed in the top 10 in the Preditors and Editors Poll (tied for 5th), out of 95
entries. Not bad!
January 9, 2010
"Who Mourns for the Hangman?" is up
for best SF or fantasy story of 2009 at the Preditors and Editors readers poll
at Critters Workshop. You can vote for Hangman or any of your favorite stories here.
Naturally, I hope you'll vote for me!
December 16, 2009
I have a guest post up on Naomi
Clark's site today, and an interview at Imperfect
December 13, 2009
Kari Wolfe of Niteblade Magazine did an
interview with me. You can find it at Perfect
Clarity. Among other things, it talks about the origins of "Who Mourns
for the Hangman?"
"Kraken's Honor" is now up at Beneath
Ceaseless Skies. Go check it out!
November 30, 2009
Two good reviews of "Who Mourns for the
Hangman?" are up at Niteblade
Illusions. Many thanks to Kari Wolfe and Debbie Wiley for their thoughts on
November 10, 2009
Another good review of "Who Mourns for the
Hangman?" at The Pen
and Muse. And I notice that this e-book is now available in the UK at Direct
Ebooks. It's priced in pounds, euros, and dollars, so take your choice.
November 2, 2009
A new review of "Who Mourns for the Hangman?" is
up at Niteblade
Horror and Fantasy Magazine.
November 1, 2009
See my blog
for my report on the 2009 World Fantasy Convention. It was great!
October 29-Nov 1, 2009
I'll be at the World Fantasy Convention in San Jose,
California. I haven't attended before so I'm looking forward to it. I hope to
run into some of you there.
September 7, 2009
Another favorable review of Who Mourns for the
Hangman from The
September 1, 2009
Damnation Books debuts with my story Who
Mourns for the Hangman? as an ebook. Currently it is in the top 10 sellers
of the 25 titles released.
August 17, 2009
Two favorable reviews are posted, of "Message in the Dust" at Tangent Online,
and "Who Mourns for the Hangman?" at Rites
of Romance Reviews (for a horror story!).
June 20, 2009
Roads to Hell" is accepted by Third
Order Magazine for publication in Summer, 2009. This weird Western wonders
why people are so much readier to accept odd events as works of Hell instead of