Sunday, March 5, 2017

Reprint: Boxes, Basements

"Boxes, Basements" has been reprinted in Eunoia Review, and can be read online for free.

The story originally appeared in L'Éphémère Review.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Boxes, Basements

"Boxes, Basements" is part of the new Issue of L'Éphémère Review, entitled Epoch.

The entire issue can be downloaded for free here.

When I opened my eyes my feet were the feet of a baby: I wore red baby shoes with thin blue stripes and white soles.

I looked at my hand. Cracked skin, veins branching out on the back of it, the hand of a grown man. Odd to see it without the black needle between forefinger and thumb, useless.

I got up (I'd been sitting cross-legged in the middle of the street, who knows how long) and walked toward the sidewalk as cars skidded, honking, drivers gaping at me from side-windows with their hands as if screwing in light bulbs before their faces.

I am perfectly fine, I thought, just transported. The record player. From the box in the basement.

Friday, December 16, 2016

The Curve

"The Curve," a story about innovation, discovery, and sorting algorithms, is out now in Issue #37 at

The despondent professor watched her students file out of the classroom. When the last one disappeared into the hallway crowd, she turned to the scrawled equations on the blackboard, arms crossed.

Big O notation, algorithmic complexity. As far as ultimate lessons go, she thought, she could’ve done much worse. Her eyes followed the mathematical expressions downward to their beautiful conclusions. She sighed, wiped the board clean.

Marinne sat down, stooped over her desk, when a gentle knock came on the door frame. 

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Interview: Siv Delfin

A short three-question interview with me is available on The Future Fire's Facebook page.

My story "Siv Delfin" appeared in The Future Fire #38 in October.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Siv Delfin

"Siv Delfin" -- my detective SF novelette set in Vasilegrad, the capital of an alternate universe Balkan Federation -- is out now at The Future Fire (Issue #38).

Siv Delfin.

The nightclub in Bobinki Rid nestled in a baroque building once part of a tobacco tycoon’s estate, now owned by a branch of the Bug-eyed, where the first sample was found. The police chemists called the drug a depressant, a memory-suppressant, fear inhibitor, mighty curious molecule, a self-replicating wondrous African import, foaming at their mouths at the thought of studying it further—but to Claire it was yet another criminal thread managing to weave itself in Vasilegrad’s warp-weft, remaking her city, one strand at a time, from within.

Siv Delfin. The crime scene gave the drug its name.

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Reprint: The Definition of Johnny

"The Definition of Johnny" -- a story that originally appeared in Beyond Science Fiction in June 2015 -- is reprinted in Bards and Sages Quarterly, July 2016 issue.

Smashwords link.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Free to read: Marasmus

"Marasmus" -- published in the Spring 2016 issue of Mad Scientist Journal -- is now up on the magazine's website.