David Stevens

Posts Tagged ‘horror fiction’

Breach

In Uncategorized on June 18, 2018 at 9:50 am

Very happy that my weird story “Baby, cold outside”, has found a home in Breach magazine, and will appear in Breach #08 in August. More details to follow …

… meanwhile, while you are waiting, you can read (or listen to) my latest published story, “The gods of the gaps”, here at Three-lobed Burning Eye magazine.

… we have to be careful of our own disposition to irony. There is tradition, even for scientists. Spilled blood pays strange bills, and we have our fingers in so very many pies…

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Eyes are burning

In Uncategorized on April 20, 2018 at 3:35 pm

What’s that you say, 3LBE?

“The voices from the shadows of the things long extinct loose whispers that a new issue will visit soon.”

You don’t say? And I wonder, why is it that I have a special interest in that? Hmm …

I hear that the next issue of Three-lobed Burning Eye magazine will be available in May. …

Kaleidotrope

In Uncategorized on January 2, 2017 at 10:12 am

The new edition of Kaleidotrope is live and ready for your reading pleasure. Check out the contents below – in the words of various people, including that little kid, in O Brother Where art thou?, its bona fide.

Fiction
“The Song of the Whistling Crab” by Michael McGlade
“One Thousand Paper Cranes” by Julie C. Day
“The Big Reveal” by David Stevens
“Scrapie’s Trap” by Lisa Bergin
“The Last Seven Eternities of Dr. Julian Slade, PhD” by Joshua Kamin

Poetry
“Ship of Jinn” by Holly Lyn Walrath
“From the Dictionary of Nonexistent Words, A Sampler” by Kathrin Köhler
“The Last Word” by Gwynne Garfinkle

Artwork

Cesar Valtierra
10 years and they are still going strong, have to be doing something right! (A future in advertising awaits me not.)

Pseudopod Kickstarter

In Uncategorized on November 20, 2016 at 5:23 pm

I’m sure that all of the Escape Artist podcasts are worthy, but Pseudopod is the only one which has accepted a story of mine, so I’m very happy to mention their 10th anniversary kickstarter. They are so very close to meeting their target, head on over and check it out, and throw in a few bucks if you feel inclined (you can see why I’d be a failure as a car salesman). And don’t forget to check out my own Pseudopod story, ‘Good Boy’.