Midwinter Fae Available in Print!

I suppose I should take a moment to note that the Midwinter Fae (A Procession of Faeries – 2) anthology put together by Jamie Ferguson is now available in print! Given the other writers on its table of contents, I was quite proud to have my story “First Rays of New Sun” appear in its […]

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Start the Year with STARFLIGHT?

Happy New Year, and all that. I’ll have a bit more to drop here about that later today or tomorrow, but for now it’s nice to start the year by noting Kobo has included Starflight as part of their 2020 Buy On Get on Free promotion. Hey, 77 kind reviews can’t be wrong, right? Depending […]

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Planet Bob

As far as reading goes, I figure the over-under at three Jeschoneks. I mean it this way: If you read one story from Robert Jeschonek you’ll probably say “What the hell was that?” Another Jeschonek will have you tied up in knots and saying, “Holy crap, this guy lives in a different world.” It’s the […]

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A Fun Review of “The Robin Club”

Collins spins an intriguing tale in “The Robin Club” with a little bit of every genre mixed in. Tara Grímravn of Tangent Online seems to have liked “The Robin Club” pretty well–as well as several other stories in the Superstitions edition of Fiction River it appears in. Always a good day when that happens, eh? […]

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Amazing Monster Tales #2 is Out

All, right, the truth is that Amazing Monster Tales #2 has been out for about two weeks. Here I am, though, running my classic “delay of game” cycle. And it’s a shame, really. This is a fun project being run by Jaime Ferguson and DeAnna Kippling, and filled with a great collection of writers (and […]

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The Okay, Boomer Chart

Now, here’s a fascinating chart. Really, even though it takes a moment absorb, it speaks a novel’s worth about where we are right now. The data comes from the Federal Reserve, and shows how much of the country’s wealth has been owned by each generation over time. I found it because it’s a moderately popular […]

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