Category Archives: Writing

Sirop de Cassis Trip

I was rereading Hercule Poirot mysteries over the holidays–decided to just focus on the short stories this time, because I was still toying with my SF cozy mystery concept. Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories is a wonderful collection by … Continue reading

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Wayback Hair Machine

Because people ask for proof. Here is a picture from my days on the comic book convention circuit (circa 1990). Back then I had long hair–actually had hair– and was not only clean shaven, but sans glasses as well. I … Continue reading

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Sharlokh and Dr. Watt-ZENN

Since Mirrormaze has officially released, I thought I would note a few things about Sharlokh and Dr. Watt-ZENN, whose tale “The Dragon’s Nest” appears in the anthology. Sharlokh and Dr. Watt-ZENN are an obvious SF-version of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. … Continue reading

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The Mirrormaze

We have officially entered the Mirrormaze! On December 8th the anthology became fully available for order on Amazon and via the publisher’s website, Fractured Mirror. Please, order a copy for you and your reflections today! “We find ourselves in a … Continue reading

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Capture Starlight

Capture starlightHold a supernovaBask in the rosy glow of a nebulaBut never, ever forgetMe and all that we (TCF 2020)

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Once More Into the Breach

I have work in a new superhero anthology releasing December 8th. It is already available for preorder. Once More Into the Breach: Atomic Gods and Monsters, Volume Two. The ATOMIC GODS AND MONSTERS anthology series features forgotten heroes from the … Continue reading

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Who’s Who in New Pulp

I was honored to be included in the encyclopedia of New Pulp authors. Edited by Ron Fortier, the pilot behind Airship 27, this guide is described thus: THE ETERNAL PULPS! Since the days of Homer, people have naturally loved a … Continue reading

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