The Martian Wave: 2018

As I have a story in this year’s issue I’m obviously biased but previous editions have been very good.


The Martian Wave 2018 will take you to worlds you could never imagine, and introduce you to aliens you never thought possible. Join the explorers of the galaxy as they visit the planets of our solar system, and planets and star systems beyond.
Featuring fiction from G.O. Clark, S.A. Dance, Eddie D. Moore, Benjamin Whitney Norris, Tyree Campbell, Glen R. Stripling, Eamonn Murphy, Lisa Timpf, Sara L. Uckelman, Francis W. Alexander, Russell Hemmell, and Nicholas Stillman, everyone is sure to find a story they love. And with poetry from Samson Stormcrow Hayes, David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Kendall Evans, Lisa Timpf, Greg Schwartz, WC Roberts, Benjamin Whitney Norris, and David Ralph Lewis, you’re sure to have your senses overloaded with the beauty and terror of the universe.

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Isn’t it Grand

I haven't been active on line lately because my silver haired Daddy died. The last few weeks in hospital and the funeral took up a lot of time and mental energy. It wasn't possible to focus on ray-guns and rocket ships. Dad was 85 and had a rich full life. An active man, he was … Continue reading Isn’t it Grand

Spaceports and Spidersilk April 2018

The latest issue of Spaceports and Spidersilk is out from Nomadic Delirium Press and features my story 'Sneezy and the Pre-Cog' the fourth Sneezy story but they can be read independently. Sneezy is a telepathic big cat helping a pioneer family on a new world.  Spaceports is an SF and Fantasy magazine suitable for children and … Continue reading Spaceports and Spidersilk April 2018

Conversation by a British Campfire 10,000 years ago.

'Here Ug, what do you think of those white people?' 'I'm sick of 'em. Coming over here with their pale skin, their pointy tools and their agriculture. Send 'em back where they came from, that's what I say.' 'Yeah, you're right.' 'Be quiet. I'm going to have a nap, or an UgKip as I call … Continue reading Conversation by a British Campfire 10,000 years ago.