My first puzzle e-book, Movie Magic Squares: Volume 1, is now available on Amazon, Apple, Kobo, and Smashwords. Look for other devices soon. Visit my blog for more (including a solving template) on this new kind of entertainment.
To be published in 2013
My stories that are onlineMy dark science fiction story "Coded Obsession" is in Crossed Genres magazine, issue #11 Oct
|"A Floccinaucinihilipilificatious Life", about a team of tiny robots, in OG's Speculative Fiction issue #16, Jan 2009.|
|"Fast Forward", a story about life extension, can be listened to or read at The Sci Phi Journal.|
|"Assisted Living" at Viatouch's Story Station.|
|I had a number of stories appear in Raygun Revival (see below).|
|For purchase online (as of 3/11/2013)|
|Light Echo", my 2008 'best in issue' story, can now be found in Samsdotpublishing's "Wondrous Web Worlds Vol. 9" anthology.|
|"Cosmic Consequences", about an ill boy on Mars, is in print in Beyond Centauri issue 24.|
|"A Comic on Phobos" can be found in Samsdotpublishing's Wondrous Web Worlds vol. 7 anthology|
|"Like Mother, Like Son", about a man who falls for a beautiful robot, is in the November 2009 edition ("Masks, Appearances can be deceiving") of Emerald Tales magazine”. As of 2011, it may be out of print.|
|"My Life's a Dream" is in Samsdotpublishing's Aoife's Kiss, Issue #18|
A Comic On Phobos
Appeared (April 2006) in The Martian Wave. This story received "best of issue" recognition and appears in Samsdotpublishing's print Wondrous Web Worlds vol. 7 anthology. "A Comic on Phobos" was nominated for the James B. Baker award. Although I didn't win, I was excited to be nominated!
A Floccinaucinihilipilificatious Life
This story about a team of tiny robots appeared in the January 2009 issue of OG's Speculative Fiction.
Above the Mississippi
Perhaps Mark Twain would have enjoyed this story in the July 2008 issue of Golden Visions Magazine.
A funny story about a future travel agency, ran in the April 2009 online issue of Golden Visions magazine.
This story (originally published April 2006) is at Viatouch's Story Station. This is a children's story about a young boy's attempt to avert a war between the people on Jupiter's moon Europa and the people of Earth.
This story about a man who sees faces for the first time appeared in the Jan/Feb 2009 edition of Crime and Suspense. Unfortunately, they have since stopped publishing the magazine.
This story appeared in print publication Bleeding Quill, issue #3 (Sep 2006). This is a story about extended life.
This story about the 'fit' of a relationship is in the July 2008 issue (#45) of Raygun Revival.
This story appeared in the December 2005/January 2006 issue of AlienSkin. This is a story about one man's struggle to understand his place, and the place for architecture, on Mars.
Into the Wind
My first published fantasy tale! This story appeared in the Oct-Dec 2008 issue of the Lorelei Signal.
It's in the Stars
This story appeared in the December 2004 issue of The Fifth Di.... "It's in the Stars" is about two sports fans with a desire to know their past and their future.
This horror/legend story that takes place in Clearwater, Florida, was published in the June/July 2007 issue of a horror magazine that is no longer published.
This story about hurricane wrangling is in Raygun Revival magazine (issue #13) online.
My Life's a Dream
This story was my first published speculative tale. It appeared in the Oct 2004 issue of Penumbric Speculative Fiction, an issue of Quietus Magazine, and the Sep 2006 print issue of Aoife's Kiss, #18. This story is about an individual who is concerned because he believes he has a unique awareness of another place.
My Brother's Keeper
This story appeared in the January 2005 issue of The Martian Wave. "My Brother's Keeper" is about clones on Mars.
Appeared (June 2011) in The Fifth Di. This was my first story about a mathematician. He finds more than he bargained for when he goes in search of a large odd perfect number.
The Obituary Channel
A very short horror story was online at AlienSkin Magazine, April/May 2009.
Remorse Above Enceladus
This story was my attempt at a space western tale, and it explores robot feelings. It appeared in Raygun Revival issue #57, September 2010.
This story was published in the April 2004 issue of The Martian Wave. "RemoteDoc" is about a Martian surgeon who's concerned about her future.
This story is archived in Raygun Revival issue #38. It's a science fiction story about a man who must face his past.
Surfing the Wave
Appeared (June 2006) in The Fifth Di. This is a story about a young man's struggle to control his life with technology.
Texting for Love
About parallel worlds, this story appeared in The Random Eye annual anthology in January 2009.
The Conscious Cat, Family Cat Lore
These were published at Clever Kitty. "The Conscious Cat" is a fictional account of Tesla's cat. "Family Cat Lore" is a series of poems in honor of our departed 19 year old cat.
The Time of Your Life
This story about a future reality show is in Raygun Revival issue #15.
|Time Enough for Sarah
My annual attempt at a time travel story was published in Golden Visions Magazine April-May-June 2010 issue.
This story appeared in the September 2005 issue of The Fifth Di.... This is a romantic story about the possible consequences of inventing a time machine.
You Can Choose Your Parents
My genetics related story appeared in
The Big Picture
This scifaiku poem appeared in SamsDotPublishing's SCIFAIKUEST Special (Audio CD entitled Kuanta) Edition August 2006. A professional voice actor (Jeffrey Breslauer) read the poetry in this special issue.
See my ebooks above. Having worked as a programmer who had to make video games in as little as 1024 bytes of memory, I find I like the challenge of writing tight and entertaining short stories. That said, I do have an idea or two that might translate into a full length novel. To be determined.
"You Can Choose Your Parents" will appear in Wondrous Web Worlds: Volume 10.
"Light Echo" was voted best in issue, June 2008 The Fifth Di...
A Comic on Phobos" was nominated in 2006 for the James Award
My ebook, "Science Fiction: Time Travel" made the top 20 list for science fiction anthologies, Amazon Kindle, U.K.
Microsoft "Ship It" award for my work on "Windows 98"
"Microsurgeon" was Most Original (video) Game of the Year in 1983 and nominated in 2011 to possibly go to a Smithsonian exhibit in 2012.
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