2019 was a great year for publishing for me. Four published pieces may not be extraordinary for more established writers, but for me, it not only marks the most stories I’ve had published in a single year, but also more than I’ve had in the last few years. Plus, I’m extremely proud of the pieces I’ve showed the world this year.
“It Only Rains At Night” @ Strange Constellations
Inspired by a sequence from the famous Black Mirror “White Christmas” episode, this was my interstitial take on the Haunted House story.
“Number One Hit” (Audio Reprint) @ StarShipSofa
My first pro-sale, and one of the best stories I’ve ever written, is reprinted in podcast form. Narrator Jonathan Danz does an incredible job of bringing my story to life.
“Ophelia And The Beast” (Reprint) @ Truancy
This one is special to me because it was the first story I ever published, in a tiny chapbook. I’m thrilled to be part of the growing Truancy family heralded by editor and all around excellent person, Nin Harris.
“The Conductor Sighs” @ Flash in a Flash
This story was published in a unique way. Many online magazines now send their stories to subscribers via email, but this magazine was envisioned as a kind of email-only newsletter. It’s a fairly new enterprise so I think it needs a little more infrastructure around it, online archive, twitter account, etc. As for the story, I’m quite proud of it and would like to get it front of as many eyeballs as I can. Contact me if you missed it and want to read it.