Halloween With The Collective SF

I’m busy with a novel called 'Hameln-13' for The Collective SF that will come out either in December or January next year. This is another shared universe setup, but with a slight difference. As you know by now, on The Collective SF’s blog we have log entries from various “scribes” tethered to an entity known only as … Continue reading Halloween With The Collective SF

These Broken Worlds Mentioned on Tor.com and Other Updates

Yesterday turned into an interesting and wholly fulfilling day.  I finished proofreading my story "The Last Devil" for our forthcoming anthology (Kōsalogy) Interspecies and added a crucial scene and submitted the story to fresh eyes for scrutiny. It goes off to the editor after that. The latest changes pushed the word count over 25k. but I'm sure … Continue reading These Broken Worlds Mentioned on Tor.com and Other Updates

The Mercy Giver is on Inkshares

I'm experimenting. I never planned to do this, but last night I followed a link on an article which took me to Inkshares, and after exploring the website for a little while I decided to take the plunge. Their setup is really awesome. You submit a proposal for a story and the first chapter or … Continue reading The Mercy Giver is on Inkshares

An Interview with “These Broken Worlds” Author Pavarti K. Tyler

One of my fellow collaborators on These Broken Worlds is Pavarti K. Tyler. She is a maverick, a rebel's rebel, and a teller of uncommon tales.  She is a talented author and I'm proud to call her my friend. The Kōsa Press team sat down with Pavarti for an interview where she discussed why writing … Continue reading An Interview with “These Broken Worlds” Author Pavarti K. Tyler

#SciFi: An Evening With The Collective

Announcement time. The Collective is hosting a Facebook event on Friday, July 10 at 5:00 pm in EDT, and you are cordially invited. That is 2 days from now It will be a chance to meet the writers behind The Collective and hear more about our created world and about the God-Machine and its tethered scribes. I will be talking … Continue reading #SciFi: An Evening With The Collective

Amazing Stories | Indie Book Review: The Seals of Abgal

It's Friday morning here in New Zealand and this day just became gorgeous. This morning, like any other morning, I got up and made some coffee. I went outside, as I usually do, to light a cigarette and watch Stella chase birds around the garden, and enjoy my coffee. They steal her food so chasing … Continue reading Amazing Stories | Indie Book Review: The Seals of Abgal

Writing Markets for Speculative Fiction Writers

The other day I asked some friends of mine on Facebook about the advantages of still writing for online magazines--specifically speculative fiction magazines. My question was less prompted by a search for bragging rights than it was about searching for ways to find more eyeballs on my work. My query resulted in two confirmations: 1) … Continue reading Writing Markets for Speculative Fiction Writers