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Wondering if you missed any of my stories that came out in 2015? Here is a handy list with links!

Short Stories

Cat Pictures Please, Clarkesworld, January 2015.

Wind, Apex, April 2015.

"The Silicon Curtain: A Seastead Story," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July/August 2015. You can buy the back issue online.

"Cleanout," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, November/December 2015. You can buy the current issue online.


"Jubilee: A Seastead Story," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, January 2015. You can buy the back issue online.

So Much Cooking, Clarkesworld, November 2015.


The Good Son, Lightspeed, March 2015. (Originally appeared in Jim Baen's Universe, 2009.)

"Artifice," ESLI ("If"), translated into Russian. I have no idea how you'd get your hands on this, if you really wanted to read me in Russian. The magazine's website is here. (Originally appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, September 2014.)

Loved Cats Pictures Please and So Much Cooking

Date: 2015-12-28 07:20 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] js burton (from
Just wanted to say that I'm a new reader of Clarkesworld and that I enjoyed listening to your stories therein. I've been writing for years but am new to reading and writing in the "slipstream" or fantasy or scifi or whatever you want to call the genre. So, I've been on the lookout for writers/stories that feel like a way in for me, a non-dude and non-traditional writer/reader of the genre. I like the distinctive voice/narrator of each your two stories in Clarkesworld and all of the great, specific details. It's encouraging to me to see that slipstream might incorporate traditionally feminine and non-scifi tropes, such as a food blog in So Much Cooking, and that even when a protagonist is a disembodied AI, as in Cat Pictures, that sensory details matter.


Date: 2016-01-01 02:39 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Hi! I found your "So Much Cooking" story today because Mris linked to it.

I read it at lunchtime, and different phrases ran through my head all afternoon. So of course I had to go back and re-read it whenever I had a free moment. I think I've read it three times today. Every time it makes me smile and cry and then smile again.


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