Category Archives: Short

Kindle Worlds – Carried Away by: Ray Dean

As a proper Edwardian Englishman, Lord Arnold Smythe has no time at all for the radical women’s suffrage movement. He becomes infuriated when his wife, Lady Roslyn, shows an interest in the cause. Meanwhile, young Tressa Boniface, a serving girl in the Smythe’s household, can’t see what all the fuss is about. Why should women […]

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“Kisses by Clockwork” Anthology – finalist for Aurealis Awards

  Kisses by Clockwork, an anthology from Ticonderoga Press, is a finalist for the Aurealis Award for Best Anthology. Here’s hoping! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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“Jerry Rigg: In Need of a Fix” – Capes & Clockwork II

Capes and Clockwork II – the second anthology of Steampunk Superheroes, has announced the stories that were selected. My story “Jerry Rigg: In Need of a Fix” is one of those stories! Are you familiar with the concept of Jerry Rigg? Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with […]

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“Washed Pure, Washed Clean” – The City: Book One

MV Media, the same company that brought us Steamfunk! the Anthology, has just announced a new project – The City A Cyberfunk anthologies… well TWO anthologies… based on a world created by the creative minds at MV. My story, “Washed Pure, Washed Clean” will be in Book One of the anthology!   I love being […]

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“A Good Match” finds a site match on Frontier Tales

Mahalo to Duke Pennell and the wonderful folks at Frontier Tales for giving another story of mine a home. “A Good Match” is in the October Collection of stories “A Good Match” – She was a widowed gentlewoman. He was a bear of a man who knew next to nothing about the softer sex. What […]

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Getting the Vote… Shoulder to the Grind…err Boulder

The Edwardian Era… women’s suffrage in England… This image is very indicative of the struggle for women to ‘get the vote’ in Edwardian England. The exertion and struggle to be seen as ‘equal’ – or at least to have the same rights… even if many would still see women as secondary to the men in […]

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Luna’s Children – Stranger Worlds: Jodi Ralston

Jodi Ralston, author of “The Perfect Present” What sparked your interest in werewolves? Living with four dogs gives you a taste for the tame canine world and some ideas for a supernatural wild one. What spawned the idea for your story? “The Perfect Present” came from a love of the Regency era, Lovecraftian horror, and […]

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Luna’s Children – Stranger Worlds: Scott T. Goudsward

Scott T. Goudsward, author of “Have Gun Will Howl” What sparked your interest in werewolves? Being nightmare prone, and watching the old Classic Universal films when I was kid.  Like most ares, we all had a Saturdayafternoon monster movie.  We in the Boston area had “Creature Double Feature” On Channel 56 every Saturday afternoon.  I was also lucky […]

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Review – To Catch a Copperhead

Book Description from Amazon.com: Pulp Happens…Throughout History! Pro Se Productions, a publisher of Genre Fiction, proudly presents D. Alan Lewis’ ‘To Catch A Copperhead’ , a story from Pro Se’s upcoming anthology, HIGH ADVENTURE HISTORY. Setting tales in the past and telling them with a predominantly Pulp flavor, these stories find action and adventure in […]

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Luna’s Children – Stranger Worlds: Christopher L Smith

Christopher L Smith, author of “Bad Blood and Old Silver” What sparked your interest in werewolves? Always liked werewolves, I’ve always preferred them to vampires or zombies, etc. Feral, strong, fast, brutal, but still human at least part of the time. What spawned the idea for your story? I had gotten a tip from a […]

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