Archive for the ‘Signal boosts’ Category

Soooo close

/ July 6th, 2013 / No Comments »

So it’s not quite two weeks yet, and the Kickstarter for the new version of Mythic Delirium has only $500 more to raise to reach fully funded. And we haven’t even posted any images of the new jewelry pins Anita is making! (With any luck,

Read More »

CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 is OUT!

/ July 1st, 2013 / 3 Comments »

The anthology Kickstarter built is available for everyone to buy. Kindle Price $4.99 Canada $5.07 UK £3.28 Watch Weightless Books for e-book editions in alternate formats. Trade Paperback $15.95 (Discounted at some stores) Amazon.com Amazon.ca Amazon.com.uk Barnes & Noble Powell’s Indiebound Don’t see it on

Read More »

The MYTHIC DELIRIUM Kickstarter is live

/ June 24th, 2013 / 1 Comment »

UPDATE: The first issue, Mythic Delirium 0.1, is ready. You can get it by backing the Kickstarter for Mythic Delirium or by ordering a subscription through the Mythic Delirium website.     As the Bard put it so eloquently, “Once more into the breach.” I’m

Read More »

The Black Fire Concerto cover + a new interview

/ May 1st, 2013 / No Comments »

I’m thrilled to at last be able to publicly reveal the amazing cover for my first novel, The Black Fire Concerto, which makes use of a spectacular digital painting by Lauren K. Cannon. Plans were made to be foiled, but at present the plan is

Read More »

A guest post at Solaris

/ March 29th, 2013 / No Comments »

To help promote the new anthology Solaris Rising 2 (which contains my short story “Still Life with Skull”) I wrote a guest post for the Solaris blog in response to a request by editor Ian Whates to discuss my favorite sf short story. “When Ian

Read More »

The second review of CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4

/ March 19th, 2013 / 1 Comment »

The official Clockwork Phoenix 4 publication date is still three months off — though I’ve made the anthology available for pre-order through my Mythic Delirium account, see below — and the second review just came in, from writer, poet and book blogger Bonnie Joe Stufflebeam.

Read More »

Clockwork Phoenixes, Kickstarters and poems, oh my!

/ March 17th, 2013 / No Comments »

Because I never have enough to do (heh, heh) I have proposed a discussion, a workshop and three group readings for the upcoming ReaderCon convention in July. As of last week, all have been approved. I share their descriptions below.   GROUP READING: CLOCKWORK PHOENIX

Read More »

New reviews of my e-book short stories

/ January 21st, 2013 / No Comments »

My thanks to William D. “Dusty” Wallace (known here in Roanoke as the man behind the Dusty on Movies blog) who checked out my three short stories available on Amazon as e-books and wrote a review for each one. Generously, all are five-star. I share

Read More »

A new “Tour of the Abattoir” at Tales to Terrify

/ January 18th, 2013 / No Comments »

In which I discuss the novel This Book Is Full of Spiders and the movie John Dies at the End. Our main feature is a reading of “The Gaze Dogs of Nine Waterfall” by Kaaron Warren.

Read More »

No “Tour of the Abattoir” this month

/ December 22nd, 2012 / No Comments »

For the few and the proud who watch for it, I won’t be recording a “Tour of the Abattoir” column this month for Tales to Terrify. I had spent most of last week wrestling with the Clockwork Phoenix 4 submission pile, with plans to draft

Read More »
Page 5 of 13« First...«34567»10...Last »

Blog archives

On Twitter