Anthologies I have stories in.

Published July 26 2018 by Other Worlds Ink

Format: Paperback, eBook
Price: 3.99, 14.99
Story Type: Novella 20k-50k
Word Count: 33,700
Cover Artist: Lex Chase

Genres: sci fi, fantasy, paranormal, horror
Pairings: Some stories are romance, with various pairings
Keywords/Categories: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, pan, demisexual, queer, non binary, genderqueer

Series Title: Queer Sci Fi’s Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Position (Number) in Series: 4
Warnings: This book contains 110 stories of 300 words or less each.

Book Blurb:

1) One object colliding with another

2) An impinging of something upon something else

3) An influence or effect on something or someone

4) The force of a new idea, concept, technology or ideology

Four definitions to inspire writers around the world, and an unlimited number of possible stories to tell, but only 110 made the final cut.

A difficult choice to be made. An object hurtling recklessly through space. A new invention that will change the world. So many things can impact a life, a society, or a planet.

Impact features 300 word speculative fiction ficlets from across the queer spectrum from the minds of the writers of Queer Sci Fi.

Welcome to Impact.

Buy Links:
Amazon Kindle | Barnes and Noble | Ibook Kobo | Angus & Robertson | Goodreads

My story is called Moutoa


Published 10th July 2015 by Mischief Corner Books.

Discovery: QSF’s Second Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Author: Various
Cover Artist: Bey Deckard
Length: 32K
Format: eBook, Paperback
Release Date: 10 July 2015
Price: 3.99, TBA

It’s hard to tell a story in just 300 words. But somehow Queer SF inspired more than a hundred writers to give it a try, with some amazing results collected in this anthology.

The rules are simple enough. Write a complete story—either sci fi, fantasy, or paranormal. Make sure it has LGBT characters and/or an LGBT vibe. And do it all with just 300 words.

The stories in this volume run the gamut, from platypus shifters to alien slug monsters, from carnival horror stories to haunting stories of ships with souls. There are little jokes, big surprises, and future prognostications.

Buy Links:
Amazon | Kobo | Mischief Corner Books

My story is called No Place Like Home.

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