“The Faces Between Us” — Interzone (September 2014)

My story “The Faces Between Us” was published in the September 2014 issue of Interzone.

First Lines: Drive long enough and you can find anything. Copper-eyed goddesses. Gilded August afternoons. That arid stretch of Oregonian high desert in the southeastern corner of the state.

Buy a copy of Interzone, the British fantasy and science fiction magazine where “The Faces Between Us” appeared (Issue 254): http://ttapress.com/interzone/backissues/

Art work by Brian Pierce.

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“Finding Your Way to the Coast” — A cappella Zoo (March 2013)

My story “Finding Your Way to the Coast” was reprinted in A cappella Zoo‘s fifth anniversary best-of anthology, Bestiary (March 2013).

First Lines: Peter’s hand moves slowly, hovering above Delia’s bare forearm, as little as an eighth of an inch between her flesh and his fingers. The ghosts feel safest that way. 

Buy a copy of A cappella Zoo, the slipstream and magical realism print magazine where “Finding Your Way to the Coast” first appeared (Issue 9) or the magazine’s best-of issue anthology (Bestiary): http://www.acappellazoo.com/order

Cover Art: by Anna Bron

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Despite an Exploding Stress-brain, It’s Been a Good Week!

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Work is driving me mad at the moment, non-writing, non-family work. In that I am like ninety-plus percent of the planet. So complaints end here. After all, the writing and the family and, yes, all those people I call friends, add up to one weighty package of awesome. And it really has been a surprisingly good week.

First on the list: accolades! My Paris-gargoyle-suicide story, “Finding Your Way to the Coast” was selected by guest editor, Gina Oschner, for the fifth-anniversary, best-of issue of A cappella Zoo. Totally unexpected. I read the email in a local and crowded … Read more

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