I received an Honorable Mention for a fun story I wrote called “Mermaid Gumbo, the House Specialty, Served Steaming Hot” for the Ligonier Valley Writers Flash Fiction Contest. It’s published online right here for your viewing pleasure: https://www.lvwonline.org/flash-fiction
I just had a Podcast released of one of my previously published stories, my Edgar Allen Poe story called “The Seductive Flask of Mr. Reynolds.” It’s been produced by Redwood Reads and you can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNJOZY6QvZU
My futuristic war story “Limb From Limb,” originally published in 2017, has now been published in an anthology called “Strange Wars.” Available in both Kindle and Paperback versions. (For a few days the Kindle version will be free!)
I have another new story out now in an anthology called Unbreakable Ink 2. It’s a futuristic story about love and birds and marriage and robots. It’s called “The Sacred Choreography of Love Birds.” Take a peek: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09QD4BBH1
With all that’s been going on in the world the last couple years, I’m still managing to do some writing. My first new story to be published in 2022 has just come out. It’s called “Never Enough Seeing.” It can be read online here: https://www.kraxon.com/never-enough-seeing/
And I have yet another new story published in an anthology. This time it’s a humorous monster story (just in time for Halloween). Again, it’s something a little different from me. It’s called “A City Tour of Unusual and Unexpected Places.” The anthology is called Strange Aeon 2021: Orbital Lovecraft and it’s out now in paperback and ebook format.
The anthology Unbreakable Ink is out now as an ebook. It has my story “Bar Room Decor, With Soul” which is a rather unusual story if I must say. Anyway, here it is on Amazon. And by the way, this book is going to the moon. Really. More about that later.
I’m excited to announce I have a new short story called “Sunset Cowboy” coming out on July 1 in an anthology of weird Westerns called Something Wicked This Way Rides, available first as an ebook from Amazon and later as a paperback. It’s something a little different for me.