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The Casual Conjurings of Perchance to Dream

What would happen if a Second World War Spitfire pilot found himself in the ancient Greek underworld? That was the starting point for Perchance to Dream, which became my first published short story. That was longer ago than I care

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Fiction Review: Bosman at his Best by Herman Charles Bosman

My mission to become better read in short fiction continues with the recommendation of a friend: Bosman at his Best is a collection of the works of Herman Charles Bosman. I hadn’t heard of him until my friend mentioned him,

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Steel in the Morning is available in Paperback

Steel in the Morning, my collection of reprinted short stories, is now available in paperback. It’s the same as the version I released on Kindle a couple of years ago, plus Foreclosure which was yet to be published at the

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Fiction Review: Walden Planet by Rich Zwicker

As a short story writer, I really should pay more attention to collections. I tend to read individual stories from authors who have caught my attention rather than whole collections, unless they’ve actually published me. My bad. Walden Planet reminded

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Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo

Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo is now available in the Qualia Nous collection of science fiction horror stories. I’ve never thought of myself as much of a horror writer, so it’s a heady experience to be in an author lineup

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Steel in the Morning

The Steel in the Morning short story collection is now available at Smashwords and at the Amazon kindle stores for the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and all others. See the fiction section for the free full text of some of

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