I just had my first new story of 2021 published in a brand new science and science fiction quarterly called Etaerio SF. This story is called “Plastic Fantastic Sea Creatures” and is about plastic pollution. Also, for an additional surprise, it was published on my birthday, March 25. It’s available in both Kindle and Paperback editions. Check it out!
While everything has been crazy with the Covid-19 pandemic and the election, I had two stories published recently. In October, my story “Her Fingertips Touched the Wind” was published in an anthology of stories called Breathe: Anthology of Science Fiction, available from Amazon. This month my story “The Man Who Was Delayed” has been published online by Kraxon Magazine, available right now here: https://www.kraxon.com/the-man-who-was-delayed/
Also, the publisher of my story “The Stars Named for Lovers” went out of business, but a new publisher picked it up with other stories and is publishing it as A Celebration of Storytelling on December 1. It’s available now for pre-order on Amazon.
The original publisher of my story “The Stars Named for Lovers” went out of business, but a new publisher has acquired the rights to publish my story and others from their anthologies in a new anthology which is expected to be out later this year. More information to follow soon.
I have a new story out this month in a carnival themed anthology called The Starship Logs Volume 3: Nabu Carnevale. The story is called “The Stars Named for Lovers” and it’s sort of a sci-fi murder mystery about aliens and circuses. It’s available as an ebook or paperback on Amazon.
I have another new story out this month. It’s called “About a Man and a Robot”– which, as you probably guessed, is about a man and a robot. It’s available for free on the online magazine Aurora Wolf, aurorawolf.com. I hope you like it.
One thing I’m doing during the corona virus lockdown is writing. I just had two very short stories published online this month. One is a bittersweet, far future tale about memory called “His Turn to Remember” published in Mythaxis and the other is a humorous fantasy called “The Shelf Life of an Elf” published in Kraxon Magazine.
Also I am officially fully retired as of Feb. 1, 2020. More time to write? Hopefully. However, my time still tends to get filled up.
My second story published this month is in a new magazine called Red Planet Magazine, available in digital or print formats. It’s a science fiction story called “A Million Points of Light.” https://www.redplanetmagazine.com/archive