Saturday, February 25, 2006

My catalog

I've received so many nice comments lately from Spherical Tomi fans (is the moniker: "Sphericalheads" sticking?) who've expressed a desire to check out my other stuff. So here, while I have your attention, is a list of some of my recent work and where you can find it:

Spherical Tomi. Available as an e-book *OR* as an 11-episode Podiobook. (order from Fictionwise - and/or - subscribe to the Podiobook. Subscribe to the Podiobook!!!! Subscribe to the Podiobook!!! It may eventually release in print, but don't hold me to that.) In two words: Dark, edgy, ambitious SF. Some people have said they loved the action sequences, others have said they loved its depth.

The Unsolvable Deathtrap. A short story published in Interzone #202. In two words: dark, edgy, with a satirical touch. (check the magazine rack at your local bookstore - or order online)

Duel of the Fates, seasons 1 & 2. A podcast series featured on Dragon Page Wingin' It! and its own Podiobook. In two words: satirical, irreverent, irrelevant, irreversible. (check out Wingin' It! archives - - or even better - - subscribe to the Podiobook series)

Dirk Moonfire & the Nefarious Space Women. A novella in Creative Guy Publishing's anthology, "Amitvyille House of Pancakes, vol 1." In two words: satirical, weird, comic, sexy, non-PC. (order the print version at your local bookstore, at; order the e-book at Fictionwise). This will soon be recorded and released as a Podiobook. I have 100% completed sequel written; I'm just trying to decide what to do with it.

Supremacy: A Laser Tag Memoir. An essay on Photon in the Internet Review of Science Fiction #7. In two words: Non-fiction about my misspent youth on the smoky Photon field.

The Last Cyberpunk. Short story published on the Neometropolis website. In two words: seems to garner strong reactions, both negative and positive. Dark, edgy, with a satirical touch. (read it right at the website)

Note how that word, "satirical", keeps popping up.
This is not a complete bibliography, but it's a start. Thanks for your interest!!! Happy reading.


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