Publications

Compostela

About the title of this anthology: For more than 1,000 years, Santiago de Compostela (Compostela means “field of stars”) has attracted pilgrims to walk to the cathedral that holds St. James the apostle’s relics. The stories in this anthology in their own way tell the tale of futuristic travelers who journey into the dark outer (or inner) reaches of space,… Read more →

“Bedroom Community” in FSM!

I woke up to this lovely review of one of my favourite stories this morning. I’m delighted that it’s just been published in Issue 13 of Fantasy Scroll Magazine—my second story with this magazine. Charles Payseur wrote in his blog, Quick Sip Reviews: This story marks the most serious the issue gets (as far as original fiction is concerned) and… Read more →

Tesseracts Twenty!

Super-happy to have a story in Tesseracts Twenty: Compostela, edited by Spider Robinson and James Alan Gardner. This promises to be a wonderful addition to this all-Canadian series that’s been on-going for more than twenty years. It doesn’t come out for almost a year, but I hope to have lots of updates. Can’t wait to see the cover! Here’s the… Read more →

Lazarus Risen Anthology

My story “As Far As”—a tale told from the point of view of an earnest robot who’s doing its best to cope with an extreme situation—has been sold to Bundoran Press for their Lazarus Risen anthology. It is planned for publication in October 2016. Thrilled to be included in this line-up! Read more →

Futuristica, Volume 1

This spring, my story “Hu.man and Best” will be published in Futuristica, Volume 1, from Metasagas Press. The competition for spots was fierce and I feel very fortunate to be included. “Hu.man and Best” is set in far-future Africa, decades after a war between humans and AI. A vacationing military officer, flying across the vast, uninhabited wilderness, is presented with… Read more →

Stats! Goals!

First of all: Yay! I remembered how to construct a rudimentary html table. Some things we never forget: how to ride a bike, how to make a table on the Internet… YEAR Submitted Accepted Personal Rejections Form Rejections 2013 9 1 0 2 2014 19 1 5 13 2015 41 4 10 25 It’s nice to see evidence of the… Read more →

“Sound of Chartreuse” in Perihelion

I am so pleased to announce that my short story “Sound of Chartreuse” has been published by Perihelion Science Fiction Magazine. Set on a planet far away and in the distant future, it’s about antagonistic half sisters: one a musician who’s invented a new kind of instrument and the other, our main character, a synesthete who has a perceptual connection… Read more →