Mar 162015
 

OA_cover“Heavy Sulfur” appears in Operation Arcana, a Military Fantasy anthology published by Baen and edited by John Joseph Adams.

Credits: Sole author

Cover art by ????.

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Dec 012014
 

madness“Engineered” appears in Madness on the Orient Express, a Lovecraftian anthology published by Chaosium and edited by the esteemed Jim Lowder.

Credits: Sole author

Cover art by ????.

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• Chaosium.com

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Dec 122013
 

Broken Time Blues“Than to Serve in Heaven” first appeared in When the Villain Comes Home. This anthology is published by Dragon Moon Press, and edited by Gabrielle Harbowy and Ed Greenwood.

The story has since been reprinted in my Strange New Words anthology.

Credits: Sole author

Cover art by Galen Dara.

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Dec 032013
 

“Best Served Cold” is now available in its entirety on the Paizo web site, as part of their Pathfinder Tales line. It’s set in Golarion, the setting of the Pathfinder RPG, but I think you should pretty easily grok most of it even if you’re not familiar with that world.

Credits: Sole author

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Sep 042012
 

“Reputation” appears in issue #136 of Star Wars Insider magazine.

Credits: Sole author

Art by Tom Hodges.

Notes: This story offers just the tiniest glimpse into the background of Cad Bane, a bounty hunter introduced in the Clone Wars cartoon series.

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Aug 242012
 

“In Deepest Silence” appears in the fifth issue of Shock Totem, a magazine of genre fiction and nonfiction with an emphasis on the macabre.

Credits: Sole author

Cover by Mikio Murakmi.

Notes: I think the best way to describe this particular story is “Horror On a Submarine With a Touch of Lovecraft Seasoning.”

You should follow the link and take a gander; it’s a heck of a Table of Contents.

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• Shock Totem Online Store

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Mar 042012
 

“Hell or High Water” is now available in its entirety on the Paizo web site, as part of their Pathfinder Tales line. It’s set in Golarion, the setting of the Pathfinder RPG, but I think you should pretty easily grok most of it even if you’re not familiar with that world.

Credits: Sole author

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Jan 282012
 

“Railroad Spikes” appears in Tales of the Far West, an anthology of short fiction set in a world that… Well, I’ll let them tell it:

Imagine: A fantasy world, but not one based on Medieval/Dark Ages European culture and myth, but rather one based on the tropes of the Spaghetti Western and Chinese Wuxia. Add steampunk elements. Mix well.

A fantasy world that’s The Gunslinger meets Storm Riders meets Deadwood meets Afro Samurai meets The Wild Wild West meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon meets Django meets Brisco County meets House of Flying Daggers and more.

A fantasy world that’s explored through a constantly-updated website, a tabletop role-playing game, a web series, artwork, fiction, comics and much, much, more. A fantasy world that is shaped by its own fan community.

This is Far West.

This anthology is published by Adamant Entertainment, and edited by Gareth-Michael Skarka.

Credits: Sole author

Cover by Rick Hershey.

Notes: My own story, “Railroad Spikes,” is a borderline horror tale that I can best describe as Saw meets The Great Train Robbery. Yeah.

Also, I’m sharing a table of contents with (among many other worthwhile names) Dave Gross, Matt Forbeck, Chuck Wendig, and Scott freakin’ Lynch! *fanboy quiver*

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• DriveThruFiction.com

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Jan 312011
 

Broken Time Blues“The Purloined Ledger” appears in Broken Time Blues, an anthology of urban fantasy and other tales set in the roaring 20s. This anthology is published by Absolute XPress, and edited by the Jaym Gates and Erika Holt.

Credits: Sole author

Cover art by Galen Dara.

Notes: The title of this short story is a deliberate homage to Poe’s “The Purloined Letter.”

The main character of this story is a guy about whom I intend to write a great deal more in the future. Hopefully, you’ll like him at least half as much as I do. ;-)

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Oct 242010
 

“Twenty-One-Oh” is my contribution to the Foreshadows project, a combined short story anthology and musical soundtrack.

Credits: Sole author

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