The Boulevardier

My dark story The Boulevardier appeared in the Meerkat Press anthology, Love Hurts, edited by Tricia Reeks. It is just up now live on PseudoPod podcast. I am really digging the super cool narration by Halloween Bloodfrost. It even comes with its own violence and yuckiness warning, yay! Listen (and read) here, at PseudoPod # […]

” … and many more”.

Cover reveal for the upcoming print anthology 3LBE Volume VII, collecting issues 25–28, with 23 pieces of original fiction by Cat Rambo, Mari Ness, J.M. McDermott, Gwendolyn Kiste, Michael J. DeLuca, Kristi DeMeester, E. Catherine Tobler, and many more. “… and many more”. Hey, that’s me! My first 3LBE story, “Some Corner of a Dorset […]

The Only Good Indians

Well far out dude, what the hell is this? What just happened? I don’t generally have the patience or inclination to write book reviews, and this is not one. I read quite a bit of horror, because I like it, but you wouldn’t know what I was reading if you were there with me while […]

Sraya Day

Silly Google, dun even know its Sraya Day t’day…. I am a creature of habit and habits, and given that day has come round yet again, here is my alleged poem yet again, with the same introduction as before … … Today is Australia Day. You can tell by all of the people walking around […]

Workers of the world, run for your lives!!

Contract just signed, and I am very happy that my dark weird story, Blur, shall be appearing in ProleSCARYet. Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of the manager of your local call centre? ProleSCARYet: Tales of Horror and Class Warfare : monstrous bosses, jobs from literal Hell, working class folks fighting back against great […]

Acceptance

Second acceptance for the year, I think that I prefer 2021 to 2020 (wot? its not just me?). I now have an odd little something / something a little odd appearing in the January edition of Jersey Devil Press.

William Gibson reminds us to read Jack Womack

Stealing from the Guardian as I do from time to time, I see that in their regular “The Books that Made Me”, William Gibson, under the heading “The book I think is most underrated” nominates, “Jack Womack’s Random Acts of Senseless Violence. A near future that chillingly predicted the foulest possible outcome of our past […]