Monthly Archives: July 2016

It’s a fruit! It’s a vegetable!

It’s an anthology!

I’m rather pleased that my first mainstream short story is about my favorite…er,…food!

You can pick up a copy of “Tomato Slices” here.


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I’m on an Airship!

Airship Ambassador header for my blog pic
Well, sort of!

Kevin at Airship Ambassador was kind enough to interview me about my story in Clockwork Canada.
You can read Part One here and Part Two here.

Also, Quill and Quire have a terrific review of the anthology in general and my story in particular. Pick up a print copy at most magazine shops or subscribe.

And, Mike Perschon, a steampunk aficionado and an English professor, tweeted that “‘East Wind in Carrall Street’ has ‘teachable short fiction’ written all over it.”

I’m so proud to be part of this antho!

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