Tag: horror

  • “Used Armor Smell” reprinted

    “Used Armor Smell” reprinted

    My flash story about rugged battle armor and its less rugged wearer has been reprinted in the military science fiction webzine Bullet Points. I’m pleased the story is available to read for free (it appeared last year in the anthology Dread Space and was a nominee for the Brave New Weird Award).

  • “Used Armor Smell”

    “Used Armor Smell”

    Today you can pick up a copy of Dread Space, an anthology of flash length dark military science fiction stories. My story “Used Armor Smell,” about armor more rugged than its wearer, is included. When choosing pronouns for nonbinary characters in the past, I’ve defaulted to they/them. It’s a somewhat lazy decision: most nonbinary folks […]

  • Release day for In Somnio

    Release day for In Somnio

    Okay, it’s been a bit of a staged release. I know some folks have already received physical copies and ebooks were available last week, but now the anthology is available for everyone in every format. The publisher, Tenebrous Press, has trade paperbacks; Godless and Amazon have ebooks. If you’re in the mood for Gothic feels, […]

  • Kickstarting Modern Gothic Horror

    Kickstarting Modern Gothic Horror

    In Somnio: A Collection of Modern Gothic Horror, with my short story “Always an After,” will be published by Tenebrous Press. The Kickstarter campaign is about to enter its final week. The anthology is edited by Alex Woodroe and will contain a number of cool illustrations. How many illustrations? That’s still up for debate. The […]

  • “Coffin Bell”: The NoSleep Podcast

    “Coffin Bell”: The NoSleep Podcast

    My micro story “Coffin Bell” is part of Suddenly Shocking Vol. 13, a bonus episode of The NoSleep Podcast. It’s available to Season 15 pass holders. This story’s a reprint nobody read: I originally published it on my Patreon, back when I thought I might do something with Patreon. (I mostly posted pictures of flowers […]

  • The obligatory awards post

    The obligatory awards post

    As 2020 slouches toward its end, authors pause their doomscrolling and conscientiously abandon their works in progress for a few moments (note: this is career-related, and therefore absolutely entirely nothing at all like procrastination). They assemble links, quash their self-consciousness, and hurl self-promoting posts into the aether before diving under a blanket. It just so […]