"The Wrong Ship" is a 1,600 word short story about a programmer on the run from the authorities, who winds up stowing away on, you guessed it, the wrong spaceship. It features an artificial intelligence named Charlie, one 1980s film reference, and a stunning lack of helpfulness from the laws of physics.
This story's release was funded on Kickstarter, and it is now available under a Creative... [click here for more]
After seventy-six percent of the world’s population was destroyed, the two remaining nation states of Europe and Japan had joined together as one unified government and set to the task of repopulating the Earth.
Birth control was outlawed along with many major taboos and the survivors set to their task with reckless abandon.
When the Earth’s population was growing at a comfortable rate... [click here for more]
5 Doors is a collection of 5 Short Stories: Light, Home Office, Moonlighting, Hats and Keys and Revolution. Open the door to a new world of mystery, magic, and humor with your key to the 5 Doors. You may discover a dream you have forgotten along the way... ... [click here for more]
Ori ist eine*r der Überlebenden und "erdgeboren" - sier kenn nur das Leben im Bunker und erst vor Kurzem konnten die Reste der Menschheit die Bunker verlassen.
Als Ori eines Abends spazieren geht, entdeckt sier etwas, das Oris Leben für immer auf den Kopf stellen wird... ... [click here for more]
Worldbuilding can be hard, especially when it comes to aliens. All too often, fictional aliens feel like they're really just humans in costumes. Even when they are weird enough to feel truly nonhuman, they're usually still suffering from a serious case of monoculture-itis. Species Shock aims to supply you with truly alien extraterrestrials, covering everything from planet of origin to biology,... [click here for more]
A collection of short works, poems and a one act play.
In this collection, you will find work from between 1988 and 2006. None of these particular bits ever found a home elsewhere, although a few may have seen publication in little known zines and extraordinarily small press magazines.
In collecting them in one volume, I hope to have given them all a kind of home, a family of like-minded and similarly... [click here for more]