If Time and Time was ever timely, it’s now. Check it out:
A personal fave, a bit of fantastic memoir. It’s all true except the bits that aren’t. Here’s the link.
Here’s a few photos of my dad as a lad:
A new story, “Penelope Waits,” is online at Apex Magazine. There is also an interview with me about the story and my work in general.
I’m delighted to announce the publication of “Once More Into the Abyss” on Tor.com, the third and final in a series of stories about Stan, who believes his parents to have been aliens. Â The previous stories are “Adult Children of Alien Beings” and “Orphan Pirates of the Spanish Main.” Â They are edited by Ellen Datlow, with the marvelous artwork of Chris Buzelli.
Check out the fantastic artwork for this series by Chris Buzelli. “Orphan Pirates of the Spanish Main” will be on Tor.com in May. “Once More Into the Abyss” later this year.
“Robot Story,” another Christmas story is now online. This one may well be my fave. Merry Christmas, everyone, and a Happy New Year. As the title suggests, it’s also a robot story…
I’ve been neglecting the blog lately. (Curse you Facebook!) I have lots to report. A new short story is on Tor.com, “Adult Children of Alien Beings.” A sequel, “Orphan Pirates of the Spanish Main,” will appear next summer. Â The fantastic artwork for ACAB is pitch perfect.
Even more exciting is the publication of my eighth novel, Bad Angels in October. Â It’s available for preorder on Amazon. Â I’m giddy about it frankly. Â It’s a love letter to Richmond and a whole lot of fun. Â You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll fly!
A Christmas story at See the Elephant. Every year I read a Christmas Story at my neighborhood association gathering. This one found a home with the Elephant! Â Enjoy Christmas all year round. Read it here.
I have a new story, “Desperate Love,” online at new publication See the Elephant. Some of you may recall the story from readings I’ve done at ICFA and elsewhere. Â Check it out here.
Also novelette Â “Adult Children of Alien Beings” will be appearing in Tor.Com June/July 2015.