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Crash Site, Jackbox, and the War Hero universe

I enjoy experimenting with perspective in my writing. My novelette “Crash Site” (now available in the May/June 2018 issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction) was written as a large-scale canvas to explore a rogue’s gallery of viewpoints within the frame … Continue reading

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Bygone days of the Astroliners

From the outside, the rocketship looks like some relic of the early Cold War. It’s little more than a lengthy cylinder like some retrofitted ICBM, with a bright red needle on the end like a painted narwhal tusk. The words … Continue reading

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Can 2016 stop killing people, please?

  Imagine if a terrorist had killed David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Lemmy Kilmister, and  500,000 other people around the world each year. We can only be so angry at the destruction of the Library at Alexandria. At some point we have to … Continue reading

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