Catching up

Wow, been ages, it seems, since I put key to screen up here. So, here are some of the things I’ve been up to, more like what I’ve sold and written and slogged over these past months, etc.

Paper Dog Books has published their first anthology, The Internet Is Where The Robots Live Now, of which I have a short piece included titled “What Machines Don’t Know Won’t Hurt.” It’s a 1,500 word story about a robot who doesn’t know how to treat its dog, some ‘bad ownership’ stuff in there.

The Internet Robots

Ehhh, let’s see what else, got a reprint out in the October Issue (yes, October) of Bards and Sages Quarterly


The good folks over at The Automata Review published a…well, I guess you’d call it a weird tale/horror story, but it’s really neither, of mine called By Bread Alone. They have a really cool blog, too, some good musings and craft posts.


Manor Entertainment, previously the Manor House podcast (they bought my very first horror story) is now bigger and better and are producing audio dramas again. They will be producing a story of mine called “What’s Done in The Dark,” excited for that. Stay tuned.

And last but surely not least of all, my novelette “Through the Doorways, Whiskey Chile” is now available for pre-order, or you can read it live starting March 14th at…wait for it…BENEATH CEASELESS SKIES! When I first began writing fiction, BCS was, and still is, one of my favorite magazines and podcasts, and I vowed to sell Scott H. Andrews a story. Not only a story now, but a novelette. Eight rejections, I think, later and I reached my goal. Scott was super helpful in all the edits and taught me a lot. Hope you all enjoy.


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