Despite the utter nastiness of 2020, I had a good year on the writing front. Highlights: Winner, Lascaux Prize in Creative Nonfiction Nominated, Best Microfiction Featured, Best Indie Spec Fic Finalist, New Millennium Writing Flash Fiction Award 30 publication acceptances Placed Top 10 in a handful of fun contests Met a crowd of wonderful writer … Continue reading A Few Wins
I usually don’t enter multiple stories in the same contest, but I’m enjoying the stories at Quantum Shorts too much to resist another. If you have an extra minute or two, check out my quantum detective story “Point of View” at the Quantum Shorts contest page. This story began as a YeahWrite Super Challenge entry. … Continue reading Quantum Detective Story!
I love hard science fiction. I don’t have the formal science education to write it convincingly, but I try anyway because it’s so much fun. That’s why I’m so excited to see my story “Jesus Machine” on the Quantum Shorts contest page. Quantum Shorts is a flash fiction contest focusing on quantum physics. The contest … Continue reading Quantum Fiction!
One of my writing goals for 2019 was to have a story published in Mad Scientist Journal. It’s a great publication, always filled with fun stories and cool artwork. I’m thrilled my story Disinhibited is featured in today’s online edition. This story began in the New York City Midnight 2019 short story contest. It was … Continue reading Disinhibited in Mad Scientist Journal!
Daily Science Fiction is one of my favorite publications, so I'm excited they chose to feature my micro story "Jesus Machine" today. My mom read the story and said: "I'm sure it's good, Sweetie, but I don't understand it." It's a short short, so check it out if you have 90 seconds to spare. I hope … Continue reading “Jesus Machine” in DSF!