The Future Hunters at The Fix

•October 28, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The Fix reveiws September’s Strange Horizons and The Future Hunters. Jason Sanford writes some very kind words about the story and has some interesting observations on the future of science fiction.

Another Good Review

•October 11, 2008 • 3 Comments

Lois Tilton over at the Internet Review of Science Fiction had some nice things to say about The Future Hunters and recommended it. She joins the growing band of people who feel it should be a novel. You’ll have to sign up if you want to read it but its a site well worth joining.

First Future Hunters Review

•October 5, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Blue Tyson over at Free SF Reader gives the The Future Hunters 3.5 out of 5, which I think is a fair reflection of the story.

Future Hunters Up

•September 8, 2008 • 8 Comments

The Future Hunters is now in the present at Strange Horizons. All three of you who read this blog should shoot over there and read it along with all the other fine speculative fiction they publish.

Good Company

•June 26, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The table of contents for Polyphony 7 has been announced and I’m very pleased to be in such fine company. Jeff VanderMeer has already announced that The Seven Deadly Hotels by Bruce Holland Rogers is to be reprinted in his Best American Fantasy 2, so the anthology is off to an auspicious start. Watch for pre-order information at Wheatland Press. Publication date: November 1, 2008.

Polyphony 7
Editors – Deborah Layne and Forrest Aguirre

The Bravest Girl I Ever Knew by Howard Waldrop
Dr. Black at the Red Demon Temple by Brendan Connell
The Snow Queen by Christopher J Clarke
Strange Mammals by Jason Erik Lundberg
The Afterlife of Sorrow by Mikal Trimm
Breaker of Thresholds by George Zebrowski
The Seven Deadly Hotels by Bruce Holland Rogers
The Monster in the Field by Steve Rasnic Tem
There is Something So Quiet and Empty Inside of You that it Must be Precious by Ben Peek
A Problem in Five Clocks by Stephen Bush
Bear in Contradictory Landscape by David J. Schwartz
Automata by Eric Schaller
The Klepsydra by Micheala Roessner
Captain Kid by Kristin Livdahl
Loose Ends by Jerry Oltion
The Possibility of Love by Stephanie Campisi
Grief-Stepping to the Widower’s Waltz by Ken Scholes
A Sip From the Cup of Enlightenment by Sarah Totton
The Dust and the Red by Darin C. Bradley
A Joy Forever by Celia Marsh
The Heart of the Rail by Mark Teppo
Mirages by Eric M. Witchey
Avoiding the Cold War by Josh Rountree

Polyphony 7

•June 12, 2008 • Leave a Comment

A long time between drinks again. So long in fact, I’ve finished my first semester at Uni and head into exams next week. On a brighter note, I sold my short story The Snow Queen to Wheatland Press for the Polyphony 7 anthology to be published in November.

Strange Horizons

•March 4, 2008 • 2 Comments

It’s been a while between posts but I’ll start with some good news: Strange Horizons are buying my short story The Future Hunters. It should be available around September.

Almost as exciting but not quite, I started my BA (English) at the University of Western Australia yesterday with my first lecture in Creative Writing. I’m looking forward to learning in a faculty that supports speculative fiction.