We’re one month away from the release of “Rock Band: 100-Word Horror,” an anthology based in music from the folks at Ghost Orchid Press. My 100-word contribution, “Dick Done Hung Himself” is based on the DI punk rock classic, “Richard Hung Himself.” Preorders are available now for ebook. Print copies soon to follow. And thisContinue reading “Rock Band Anthology preorders available now”
Sam the Thug returns in “Write on me, Sam,” at Shotgun Honey. Hired to write in longhand on the body of a beautiful woman, Sam thinks he’s in for a bit of a good time, but he’d be wrong. Thanks to the awesome folks at SGH for accepting this, one of my favorite, Sam tales.Continue reading “Read the newest Sam the Thug story free”
Ghost Orchid Press releases their next hundred word horror anthology on April 28, 20221! This anthology features tales of the underground, what’s beneath us, and what’s smothering us. My suffocating microfiction tale, “Sand Crush,” will be among the many voices featured in this new anthology of horror. Preorders are up now here! Print copies availableContinue reading “Coming soon: Beneath: An Anthology of Dark Microfiction (Hundred Word Horror)”
Blood Rites Horror released their latest anthology, “Wild Violence,” April 13th. The horror anthology features my prickly cactus story “Grand Daddy Saguaro” and a wealth of other great authors. All proceeds from the book go toward Wildlife Protection and Conservation. Grand Daddy Saguaro follows Van, a border coyote, after delivering his passengers across the MexicanContinue reading “Out Now: Wild Violence”
Pulp Modern, Vol. 2 Issue 6, Winter 2020, is out now! My Sam the thug story, “Art Model Noir,” is among the great tales found within. In Sam’s latest adventure, he finds himself hired out to pose nude for a group of senior artists. Only he wasn’t hired to be naked; he was hired toContinue reading “Pulp Modern story out now”
Click here to read my latest Sam the Thug short story at Shotgun Honey and see if you can guess who (or what) is behind the door. And special thank you to Shotgun Honey’s amazing staff! I love being a part of the Shotgun Honey family.
Cosplayers Shouldn’t Kill is my latest short story for the fantastic Shotgun Honey crime fiction website. Inspired by cosplayers like Ya Ya Han and other creative souls, this short tale follows a thug for hire named Sam when he pays a visit to the infamous San Francisco Comic Con. Read the story here.
My 101-word short story, The Sticky Drunk, was a runner up in the Monterey Weekly’s recent short fiction contest. And they used a sentence from another entry in another section, which I found pretty cool. Read all the stories here!
There’s no better way to celebrate Halloween than trying to dispose of a body in Monterey Bay. Take a look at my recent short story on Shotgun Honey, “It Otter Be Illegal.” Read it here!
The carriage moved quickly through the cobbled streets, but slowed to a creaking crawl when it entered Phoenix. Bridges swooped over the apex of the double-decker carriage once in the city limits, coming close to breaking the stove top pipe belching steam at its highest point. Those crossing the bridge when the large vehicle passed below recounted theContinue reading “A Steampunk Pardon”