I forgot to post here that PERIHELION, one of my favorite online magazines, bought and published my scifi pirate story, QUANTUM ROSE.
I’m trying something a little different, experimenting with self-pub that’s not quite vanity press. I set up an old chapbook, STORIES, via Draft2Digital, as OCEAN STORIES. It has now been made available on Inktera with more venues to follow (they promise Kobo, B&N, and a few other sites.) In the meantime, while it’s not as nice as a physical chapbook, it’s readable and will reach a much larger audience. At only $1.99, it might be overpriced for 3 stories… but I know these stories are worth the reading.
A busy busy year, as you can tell from my lack of posting. I’ve seen Stephen King (in Albuquerque) and I’ve read many lovely books, including EVERFAIR from Nisi Shawl. But for right now I’d like to mention that ALLEGORY (Ty Drago’s magazine of science fiction and fantasy) has published my story A THREE PERCENT CHANCE HE’LL EVER KNOW I LIED.
This is a dreamy story of Frankensteinian shenanigans and zombies. You’ll love it. The editors at Penumbra (another worthy magazine you should check out) published this in February 2013 for their zombie issue. Tangent Online did a hatchet job review and the issue and its brilliant dreamy stories sank without a ripple. So I’m pleased that ALLEGORY is picking this story up so you can read it for free.