• After Crisis – short story for the holidays

    Thick fear spoiled above the oily rooftops. A sterile and orderly world gave way to a teeming swamp. Wildness took root in the heart of things Perhaps, there was no after Crisis, but only deceptive periods of rest, where apocalypse dozed and waited until we believed in something called normal again. Excerpt from “After Crisis”…

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  • Untangling the Cassette (At Audible.com)

    When I was tiny, I still read before I could read. In the dark and under blankets, voices whispered from foamy, tinny speakers, telling me of other worlds, pirates, monsters, and talking mice.  Then everything would go “ssshhhhhwipwip,” and I’d have to spend ten minutes or so reaching into the bowels of the sony walkman, desperate…

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  • The New Gods of The House

    To celebrate the beginning of Halloween season, I am happy to share my ever so slightly spooky poem The New Gods of the House in Abyss and Apex issue 80! You can read or listen to my narration of this poetic homage to the works of Jack Kirby right here, alongside the other great works…

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    Looking for an affordable freelance editor for your short works? I am opening my doors to comprehensive edits, copy edits, and critiques!

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    March (again?) again – poems and nominations

    Greetings from isolation! I can confess that I’ve been doing a terrible job keeping things up to date since the new year, but in fairness, I’ve haven’t really had that much to say other than “Work in progress”. But now I do have a few things to announce, so here I am. Firstly, I am…

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