Archive for the ‘Short Story Collection’ category

The Chronotope ebook

August 9, 2012

My collection of SF stories, The Chronotope and Other Speculative Fictions, offered as a pre-print edition ebook. The print edition, due this Fall from Wildside Press as a Wildside Double with a short novel, Poison from a Dead Sun, will contain 2 more stories ta  this one. This ebook will go down once the print and Wildside ebook version are released.



Mammoth Books Presents: The Best of Hemmingson

July 13, 2012

Robinson UK’s ebook collection of five works (two novellas, three stories) published in various Mammoth Book anthologies between 1997 and 2010.

Buy here.

June 6 Art of Dreaming

June 7, 2012

I discuss the zombie cannibal craze, bath salts and “The Heather Material.” In the second hour, I read my SF story, “The Dreamer.”

Vivacious Vixens Paperback Now Available

April 10, 2012

My second 2012 book, Vivavious Vixens and Blackmail Babes, is now available in a print edition, published as Wildside Mystery Double #9, back-to-back with Gary Lovisi’s hardboiled, Violence is the Only Answer.

Vivacious is a 40,000 word collection of a short novel and four stories with themes of women who blackmail men.

Available at all the usual online bookstores or direct from the publisher.

Ebook version available as well, but as a stand alone, not the double.

This is My Time

January 3, 2012

New ebook story collection here.

Pictures of Houses in the Manhattan!

October 26, 2011

A great find in the Union Square Barnes and Nobel window: Pictures of Houses with Water Damage in the “staff picks” pile. New York never ceases to amaze me! 😉

Article on Lish, Carver, Hannah in new CRITIQUE

October 7, 2011

New issue of Critique: Studies in Contempoary Fiction 52.4 contains my 10,000 word article, “Saying More Without Trying to Say More: On Gordon Lish Re-Shaping the Body of Raymond Carver and Saving Barry Hannah,” which is also, in a slightly expanded version, the second chapter in my overdue study on Lish contracted with Routledge. Did initial research in 2008 at Indiana University; submitted paper in 2009 while in Los Angeles and quickly accepted; published 2011 while I am in New York.