• “The Engineers of Abundance” in Starship Sofa

    Only empty trucks enter the Nuvoy compound, but they’re always full when they leave. Haden breaks in to find out how. My story “The Engineers of Abundance” is out now as an audio story in Starship Sofa, narrated by Anthony Babington. This is my second story in Starship Sofa (the first was “A Small Price […]

  • “The Ladies of Lethseme” in Daily Science Fiction

    My story “The Ladies of Lethseme” was published today in Daily Science Fiction. “The Ladies of Lethseme” is a new Irini story, set before the events of the story released in Broadswords and Blasters last year.  I’m thrilled to share that yet another Irini story, “A Traveler on the Road,” is scheduled for release by […]

  • “The Morning Tree” in SERIAL Magazine

    Erol entered Quilen D’ana’s home seeking fortune and retribution.  Instead, he’s walked into a trap.  My new story, “The Morning Tree,” is out now in the fifth issue of SERIAL Magazine.  SERIAL is a magazine inspired by the classic pulps and specializing in genre fiction. “The Morning Tree” is a story set in the world […]

  • “Absolution” in Every Day Fiction

    “I’m the one who launched the strikes. I’m the one who killed thirty million people.”  “Absolution” is out today, my fourth story for Every Day Fiction. “Absolution” is also an indirect prequel to my Perpetual Empire stories.  (I say “indirect” because it doesn’t involve the same storylines, but it does help to explain the context in […]

  • “The Locket” in Obra/Artifact

    My first story of 2019 is out today in Obra/Artifact (Issue #6). In “The Locket,” two sisters learn about a past that never happened.  “The Locket” is also one of four finalists of the inaugural prose contest of the MFA of the Americas, which publishes Obra/Artifact.

News and Updates

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 […]

New story: A Game of Dice

I just sold a new story to Gold Shader for their website and their forthcoming anthology, Game Fiction Vol. 2, due out in early 2016.  (Volume 1 is pictured.)  All of the stories in the collection relate in some way to games, and mine, “A Game of Dice,” shows why if you’re going to play […]

First Midnight Legion review

Today the first review of the Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep was posted to Lloyd of Gamebooks. An excerpt: [M]emories are gradually given to you, allowing for the story and your background to unfold as you read. This is a great strength of the book, where every few sections gives you a new insight into […]

A quarter of the way

The Midnight Legion Kickstarter is now 25% funded.  It’s beginning to look like this might be doable….

Gamebook Kickstarters profiled on Lloyd of Gamebooks

The good news is, today the Midnight Legion was mentioned over on the blog Lloyd of Gamebooks along with four other gamebooks that are currently on Kickstarter.  The better news is that the other titles look awesome, including new projects from several genre legends.  The not-so-great news is that after seeing all the informative resources […]

Making the Midnight Legion

When I showed up at Aaron Kreader’s suburban Chicago home I had the idea for an interactive sword and sorcery mystery novel and most of a game system worked out. But I asked him to tell me his game book idea first. From the moment he started talking I was so blown away that I […]

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