Magic and Danger

Last night I watched the debut of new illusions from Krendl‘s “The Magic of One” set. My wife and I are big fans of illusions, and in fact one of my forthcoming stories (set to appear in Gargoyle Magazine in 2019) centers on a down-on-his-luck magician. The show kicked off with a video that features […]

MoComCon 2018

I’ll be at MoComCon 2018 in Silver Spring, MD!  Hope to see you there.

New banner art

I’m updating my site for the new year with banner art from the immensely talented Maggie Ivy.  The banner, unfortunately, can’t do justice to the whole piece (shown here), so some further web design tweaks are likely forthcoming.

Drowned in moonlight…

Breaking the Machine to Appear in Liquid Imagination Magazine

I learned today that my new story Breaking the Machine will appear this fall in Liquid Imagination Magazine.  Breaking the Machine will be the first published story set in the world of the Perpetual Empire.

Interactive fantasy story forthcoming in sub-Q

It’s always nice to have a story accepted by the particular magazine you had in mind when you wrote it.  Which is why I’m particularly pleased that sub-Q will be publishing my new, interactive fantasy short story “The Fire Tree of Si.”  Interactive fiction is fun to write and fun to read–it’s a story and […]

Charms: A Game of Insight

I have nothing to do with this game, but this new Kickstarter from Studio 9 looks innovative.  There are five days left to back it. Charms: A Game of Insight “Have a dilemma? Roll and interpret inspirational game pieces to see who can discover the most amazing insights in this fun party game.”

Operation Deep Sleep: Errata

For any additional corrections to Operation Deep Sleep that might have been made since this post was published, click here. A few mistakes made it past play-testing and into Midnight Legion, Book One: Operation Deep Sleep.  Here are some important corrections. Section 270 (page 88): “Exit the elevator” should link to section 390. Section 287 […]

Back from Dover Comic Con

Just got back from Dover Comic Con by way of Rehobeth Beach and it was a blast. I don’t know how many people showed up, but I do know that there was a steady stream of people at and passing by my booth for eight straight hours. In my little corner I was surrounded by […]

Later this month: “Jacob Gayne, Vice President”

I’ll be returning to Every Day Fiction this month with my new short story, a satire of workplace bureaucracy. “Jacob Gayne, Vice President” will be published online May 18.

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