Monthly Archives: February 2010

Announcement: This Little Light of Mine

It’s my birthday today, and not only do I have the pleasure of possible snowfall in Austin, but I also have the pleasure of announcing a new novella! Found out just yesterday that Burning Effigy Press will be publishing my … Continue reading

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Announcement: Dead Set!

My latest zombie story (not Rundberg related, but still with the rotting), “In the Middle of Poplar Street,” is set for an April release in the zombie antho Dead Set, published by 23 House. Book trailer and details can be … Continue reading

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Juggling

Well, this is something new… If there’s anything positive about being a new, not so in demand writer, it’s the time.  See, deadlines aren’t really a problem for me, because I don’t have any.  I decide what I want to … Continue reading

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World Horror 2011 Short Story Contest!

In conjunction with Black Static Magazine, we are proud to announce the World Horror Convention 2011 Short Story Contest. Writers from around the world will be able to submit their most engaging and terrifying short fiction to our judging panel … Continue reading

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A Good Weekend

So Saturday I attended Aggiecon with Lee Thomas.  Neither of us had heard of the event until a few weeks ago, but it was a nice surprise.  The con was relatively small, but well-attended, and I got to watch a … Continue reading

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Broken Skin: Best of 2009

So I was poking around the interwebs and stumbled upon the second issue of webzine Deadlines.  In it, they have a list of their best of/must-read books of 2009.  Imagine my surprise when I saw Broken Skin listed!  I’m in … Continue reading

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“Miss Kenner and Me”

The new issue of Thuglit is up. If you take a look at the table of contents, you’ll see my crime story “Miss Kenner and Me” is there alongside some other great writers.  I’m very proud of “Miss Kenner.”  It’s … Continue reading

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