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Simon’s Teeth

I was on a Horror writing panel at Multiverse with author Derek Austin Johnson. We were discussing the difference between writing long form vs. short form and literary vs. horror. Derek was saying something along the lines of, “In a literary novel, you could spend say three paragraphs, I don’t know, describing your character’s socks. […]

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Time and Tide

The fun thing about writing speculative fiction is I can put historical pirates and theoretical wormholes in space and time in the same story. Read it at Unchartedmag.com.

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Crime and Fudge

The inimitable Blaze Ward presents another Blaze Ward Presents… A father takes his daughter to a flea market to teach her about the “fundamental crookedness of all people.” And to get some fudge. Available from Blaze Ward Presents.

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Cover of Galloch by Adam Stemple

Galloch (Mika Bare-Hand Book 2)

Book 2 of the Mika Bare-Hand Books GALLOCH is the second book in the Mika Bare-Hand Books. It was truly fun returning to this world and these characters. Third book in the series is in the works. Available for Kindle and Paperback “No one writes bastard-son-of-a-bitch characters as brilliantly as Adam Stemple.” Naomi Kritzer, Hugo-Award-Winning […]

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Molotov Medley

Another non-genre flash piece, this one published in the very cool Raconteur Magazine, Vol. II, Issue II. Riots, music, mayhem, and of course, flaming projectiles. Available from Amazon.

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The Goblin Hole

For some reason, I always wanted to set a story in the trenches of WWI. When I finally did, it pretty much had to be horror. Dark fantasy if I’m feeling generous. But trying to come up with something to move the needle on the men experiencing the every day terrors of trench warfare was […]

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