The best hole anywhere on Earth.Read More
I'm finishing revisions on the final piece in a micro fiction workshop I took this fall. The projects included everything from 140 character fiction to a final assignment of 1000 words. I shared one of the twitter-length pieces this AM.
Two short stories went live today. You can read 'em for free.Read More
Got some exciting news. Perhelion Science Fiction purchased my short story "Most Certainly."
Perihelion publishes science-heavy fiction, with an emphasis on what's called "hard sci-fi." That is, fiction where the science is at least plausible. For some detail on the difference between hard and soft sci-fi, check out this article and interview with several sci-fi authors on Tor.com, How Do You Like Your Science Fiction: Ten Authors Weigh in on Hard vs. Soft
When writing this story, I actually consulted a friend who has both a Master's degree in Physics and a PhD in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics; I wanted to get the science right. Or at least plausible.
My story will appear in the July 12 update, and you'll be able to read it for free on their site. In the meantime, pop over and check out what they've got going right now.
I finished a 1st draft of a novel, watched Daredevil, and have good news about Friday the 13th.Read More
The Colored Lens Spring 2016 Issue is live.Read More
About stealing snippets of conversations in public places.Read More
This is not a repeat, I sold another story.Read More
My first fiction sale.Read More
Everybody gets rejected. Here's what I think about it.Read More
I decided to see how many sci-fi tropes I could jam into one piece. This is what I came up with.Read More
Somedays you forget something. This is about when you forgot pants.Read More
Figuratively, there's nothing here.Read More