A novella about samurai, robots, and AI singularities in post-Edo Japan.
Coming soon from Broken Eye Books.
Tomorrow's Cthulhu, published Dec 21st, 2015
At long last, signs of intelligent life have been found on Mars! But are we ready for it?
Part of Tomorrow's Cthulhu, an anthology at the dawn of posthumanity. Stories that repurpose your brain for what comes next.
Appears alongside stories from these other fine authors: Desirina Boscovitch, Lynda Rucker, Samantha Henderson, Daria Patrie, Kaaron Warren, Richard Byers, Damien Angelica Walters, Spencer Leary, Joshua L. Hood, Jeff C. Carter, Simon Bestwick, Matt Maxwell, Shannon Fay, Mike Allen, Darrell Schweitzer, Cody Goodfellow, Bruce R. Cordell, Pete Rawlik, A.C. Wise, Robert Brockway, Nate Southard, Molly Tanzer, Joshua Alan Doetsch, Thomas M. Reid, Clinton J. Boomer, L.A. Knight, Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi, J.M. Rozanski
"The Patch Man"
Paizo's Pathfinder Tales, January 14 -- February 4, 2014
Blit is a hellspawn who makes a living cleaning up evidence for the less-reputable guilds of the Puddles. With his special skills, he patches any "problem" they bring him, provided the pay's good enough and he can't be held complicit. But one night he's called in on a job so rushed the body isn't even dead yet. It's not long before he gets dragged into trouble over his head, and his boss decides it might be time to patch up the Patch Man.
Released in four installments on Paizo's Pathfinder Tales web fiction:
- Chapter One: Warm Bodies
- Chapter Two: Trine Treachery
- Chapter Three: Human Problems
- Chapter Four: Not Some Hero.
From the Depths: Gold -- Gate to the Abyss
The tale of Luthiya, a young girl who lived in Ossiphagan, when the town faced destruction by the Fire Wights, and the extraordinary measures she took to save the lives of those around her.
Only available by pledging towards the Torment: Tides of Numenera RPG. This novella is included as a reward for certain pledge levels (e.g. the novella compilation at $15.00 -- seven novellas set in the Torment universe).
Beneath Ceaseless Skies, issue #41
An escaped convict must find his daughter, before the assassin he works for does.
(Also appears in The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Year Two, along with authors such as Marie Brennan, Rachel Swirsky, and Yoon Ha Lee. Available for Kindle, Nook, or whatever.)
Microfiction on Thaumatrope, on such topics as time tourists, warlock's daughters, irradiated gorillas, etc.