upcoming short stories

August 8, 2018

It’s weird to think I’ve only had one new short story come out this year, the Bannerless prequel “Where Would You Be Now” on Tor.com.  There’ve been a few reprints…but surely that hasn’t been my only new story out this year? I usually have a lot more! Especially knowing how many I’ve sold over the last year and are waiting in the hopper…

Well, the logjam is about to burst. Hold on, folks.

Brand new this week, the reissue of Wild Cards VIII: One-Eyed Jacks, has a couple of new stories, and one of them’s by me: “A Broken Thread in a Dark Room,” which features Lady Black.

Next, I have not one but two new Harry and Marlowe stories due out in Lightspeed. “Harry and Marlowe and the Secret of Ahomana” will be in next month’s 100th issue of Lightspeed. The second story will be out sometime next year. This one’s been in the hopper awhile so I’m glad you’ll be able to read it soon. I really need to get these collected and round out the arc.

“The Hunstman and the Beast,” my own take on Beauty and the Beast, with a twist, will be in the Sept/Oct issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction.

And now available for preorder, Unfettered III, the latest of Shawn Speakman’s big charity anthology projects, assisting writers with medical expenses. And this one’s going to be huge, I think. My story is short and sweet, “Sidekick,” about an administrative assistant who gets in over her head. The anthology will be out March 2019.

These aren’t all, but just what I have dates for. Whew, I’ll feel better when these are out and making the rounds. Still in the short fiction game, and there’s more on the way!

Wild Cards One Eyed Jacks

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