2016-10-28

The executive went wide-eyed for a moment and looked around as if making sure no one had heard. “Of course not Mr. Rixx, by law you have every right to resign your position.” Rixx felt himself untense. “I will go now, then.” he said and started to rise. “Wait just a moment,” the VP waved…

2016-10-21

At first he was just a shadow moving against other shadows, and I could barely keep up with him. I followed his movements as best as I could, keeping my distance, and keeping silent. A few times I snapped twigs or startled animals, but it must not have seemed to Archibald any more than the…

2016-10-14

Last year, the Ocean was animated by the accidental destruction of the Mind Crucible, and intercontinental trade was brought to a standstill, and most oceanfront property in the world was crushed under the angry hand of the waves incarnated. Remember that? The repairs to the artifact were made using a plaster which was applied using…

2016-10-07

Last week, he’d received a small, thick, bone-white card delivered by private courier while he was making a delivery. Paper messages were extremely rare as paper itself was so valuable. Usually if a message had to be delivered on hard media, it was on poly-vellum which was more durable and very cheap. It would also…

2016-10-06

One of my stories, “Observation Lair” is in the new issue of Speculative 66. (Issue 2 if that link is out-of-date.)

2016-10-05

The second issue of Recycled Comics, “Insubstantial” will begin in one week! When the time comes, you’ll find it on the Recycled Comics site. In the meantime you can re-read the first issue, “Rattleback Skies” including it’s back-of-the-issue ad for Baldor Navigational Equipment.