Published Works

Below you will find a (hopefully) ever growing list of my published works, either as an author or an editor and/or contributor.

AUTHOR

Brass Automaton – Co-Authored with Mark Gardner, this novella is a mashup between Snow White and Terminator.  In a Magick infused Steampunk Universe. Because, really, where else would such a mashup occur?

And, because Mark is just that awesome, you can now get Brass Automaton in Spanish (El Autómata de Latón), Italian (L’automa d’ottone), and German (Der Messingmann)!  How f’n cool is that!?

Mark also got an Audible version of Brass Automaton done, narrated by C. L. Mattix, for you audio-book fans 🙂

(And, while work on its sequel, Brass Queen, continues, it has slowed considerably due to the myriad other commitments of Mark and myself.)

EDITOR and/or CONTRIBUTOR

Heart of Farkness – One of the webs oldest news aggregator sites, Fark has been around since the late 90’s!  Not only does it have some of the best discussions anywhere on the web, it also has, by far, the cleverest headlines, and a weekly writers’ thread.  It’s this last one that decided on a whim to publish a anthology of works from out members.  It is a huge book, and its stories range from the great to the wonderful to the brilliant.  While my stories didn’t make it in, deservedly so, I was able to a tiny, little bit to help as a reader.

Through a Scanner Farkly – The 2017 version of the Fark Fiction Anthology mentioned above, this time I did extensive reading to help pick the stories and, happily, had my own story Awkward Vitae included!

Everybody Panic! – The 2918 Fark Fiction Anthology, which I was once again an editor for.  I did more work on it than last year, but think it was really worth it.  I’m also happy to to announce that my short story Supr Ayum made the cut too!

Boeing 737: The World’s Jetliner – I edited this book for my good friend Dan Dornseif.  Dan is a Captain at Southwest, and he wrote this as a definitive history of the world’s best selling airliner.  It was a pleasure to work on it with him, and I am looking forward to its release.

 

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