Sunday, August 16, 2015

Just for the record

I post here my bibliography of all the short stories I've had published in 12 years:

"Silvern" - ''RevolutionSF'', June 2003
"Silence is Golden" - ''RevolutionSF'', August 2003 *
“Comes the Juju Man" - ''GateWay'' science fiction, December 2003
"S*P*P*A*M*" - ''Bewildering Stories'', December 2003

"Rome, If You Want To" - ''Surprising Stories'', May 2004
“Pen Pal" - ''RevolutionSF'', July 2004 *
“I Got You" - ''Bewildering Stories'', July 2004 *
“Flash, Boom, Bam - A Flash Anthology)" - ''Bewildering Stories'', July 2004
"Doppelgangster" - ''Bewildering Stories'', September 2004
"Double-Crossing the Styx" - ''Continuum Science Fiction'', Fall 2004
"The Rocket-Powered Cat" - ''RevolutionSF'', December 2004 *
 "Circe in Vitro" - ''Astounding Tales'', December 2004 *

"They Call It Time" - ''AlienSkin'', Dec./Jan. 2005
"Won't You Come Home, Bill Buckley?" - ''Bewildering Stories'', Feb. 2005
"Big Girl" - ''Ultraverse'', May/June 2005.
"The Hideaway" - ''AlienSkin'', June/July 2005.
"The Honor of the Blue Devil Patrol" - ''Beyond Centauri'', June/July 2005.
 "The Cast Iron Dybbuk" - June/July 2005, ''Andromeda Spaceways In-flight Magazine''.*

 "Dialogue" - ''RevolutionSF'', August 2005. *
"A Rocket for the Republic" - ''Asimov's Science Fiction'', Sept. 2005. * **
"After Image" - ''Surprising Stories'', Sept. 2005.
"The Queen of Guilty Pleasures" - ''Bewildering Stories'', Oct. 2005.

"The Dragon's Black Box" - ''Bewildering Stories'', February 2006.
 "A Djinn for General Houston" - ''Surprising Stories'', May 2006
"The Runner at Dawn" - ''Worlds of Wonder'', July 2006.
"Wish List" - ''RevolutionSF'', August 2006.
"Berserker" - ''OG Speculative Fiction'', September 2006.
"Good Old Gal" - ''Nova Science Fiction'' No. 18, Fall 2006

"The Amerikaan Way" - ''Atomjack'' magazine, March 2007
"Avatar" - ''Darker Matter'', April 2007 *
"Insight" - ''Twisted Tongue'', May 2007
"It's Wonderful, Life" - ''Twisted Tongue'', May 2007
"Fermi's Fraternity" - ''Planetary Stories'', September 2007
"Body by Fisher" - ''FenCon IV Souvenir Program Book'', September 2007
"My Ugly Little Self" - ''Twisted Tongue'', December 2007
"Off the Hook" (with Ed Morris) - Dark Recesses - December 2007

"The Witch of Waxahachie" - Jim Baen's Universe - April 2008*
"Video Killed the Radio Star" - Aphelion the Webzine of Science Fiction and Fantasy - December 2008

"Acroscaphe" (with Ed Morris) - Planetary Stories - January 2009
"The Silver Dollar Saucer" - Ray Gun Revival - January 2009
"Professor Malakoff's Amazing Ethereal Telegraph" - Science Fiction Trails No. 4 - March 2009
"Good News for the Dead" - M-Brane SF April 2009
"Airy Chick" - Alienskin magazine, June 2009
"Stairway to Heaven" (with Ed Morris), Encounters Nov. 2009
"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" (with Ed Morris), The Fifth Dimension, Dec. 2009
"Twilight on the Finger Lakes", Bewildering Stories, Dec. 2009

"Across the Plains", Abandoned Towers, March 2010
"Scouts' Honor", Young Adult Literature Review, Spring 2010
"Dispatches from The Troubles" - Greatest Uncommon Denominator (GUD), Summer 2010*
"Black Hats and Blackberrys" - Bewildering Stories, March 2011
"Irredenta" - World SF Blog, March 15, 2011
"Meet Me at the Grassy Knoll" - 4 Star Stories, Spring 2011
"Hopscotch and Hottentots" - Shadowgate, April 2011
"Ghost Writer" - Flashes in the Dark, June 16, 2011
"Mak Siccar" - 4 Star Stories, Summer 2011
"The Goddess of Bleecker Street" - Kalkion, July 2011
"Re-opening Night" - 4 Star Stories - Sept. 2011
"The Quantum Gunman" - Drink Tank 300, Nov. 2011
"Tell Gilgamesh I'm Sorry" - Bewildering Stories, Dec. 2011
"Rockets and Reindeer" - 4 Star Stories, Dec. 2011

"The Centurion and the Rainman" - Buzzy Mag, March 2012
"Encounter in Camelot" - 4 Star Stories, Spring 2012
"Great White Ship" - Daily Science Fiction, May 11, 2012
"Accidental Witness" - Planetary Stories, Spring 2012
"Double Exposure" - Daily Science Fiction, June 11, 2012
"The Starship Theodora" - Nova Science Fiction, Summer 2012
"Pirates of the Ozarks" - Science Fiction Trails No. 8, Fall 2012
"Barsoom Billy" - Science Fiction Trails, No. 9 All Martian Spectacular Fall 2012
"Damascus Interrupted" - Phantasmagorium, Sept. 2012
“The Way of the Heretic" - 4 Star Stories, Fall 2012
"Snow Globe" - Bewildering Stories No. 500 Fall 2012
 "The Relic" - Stupefying Stories Dec. 2012
"Racing with the Sunset" - 4 Star Stories, Winter 2012
"Crab Apples" - Sein und Werden, Winter 2012

 "Uncle Gumball Saves the World" - Pulp Spirit (with Ed Morris), January 2013
"Ladybug, Ladybug" - GalaxyFest 2013 Yearbook, February 2013
"Wet and Wild" - 4 Star Stories, March 1, 2013
"Hearts Made of Stone" - Song Stories (anthology), March 15, 2013
"The Return of Alfred Bester" - International Speculative Fiction, April 1, 2013
"Custodes" - The Fifth Dimension, Sept. 2013
"The Stinky Men" - Fevered Dreams, Oct. 2013

"Bindlestiff's Daughter" - The Lorelei Signal, January 2014
"Playing Catch-Up" - SciFi Max, May 2014
"The Sub-Basement" - The Ironic Fantastic No. 3, Sept. 2014
"Back Own My Stab" - Every Day Fiction, Sept. 16, 2014
"Bigfoot Fruit" - Common Oddities Speculative Fiction Sideshow Sept. 2014
"On a Spiritual Plain" - Sci-Phi Journal No. 2 November 2014 ***
"The Girl Who Couldn't Fly" - "Unconventional Fantasy, a Celebration of 40 Years of the World Fantasy Convention' - Nov. 6-9, 2014
"Ad Valorem" - Omni Reboot, December 11, 2014

"The Cookie Crumbles" - ConDFW XIV Souvenir Program Book, February 2015
"The Grove of Curiosities" - 4 Star Stories, No. 14
"Cerulean Dream" - Tales of the Talisman, Vol. X No. 3

“The Queen of the Lesser Gods" - C Spot magazine, June 2015

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