Fence coming soon to Scareship. (2013)
Check out this story December 2013 at Scareship.
Fiddler's Tale coming soon to Hogglepot. (2013)
Check out this story October 20, 2013 at Hogglepot.
“Matt joined the crew of a space liner. Go
get your brother back.”
Patrick parked near his in-law's graves. The sunset
was nearly finished, and the graveyard was
Green, pre-dawn starlight glinted off the reflective
surface of the glass flats surrounding him and the
cutter. Pre-dawn calm on the Lacus Glass Flats
101 Fiction is dedicated to stories of 100 words and
a one word title. Flash fiction of this length is
quite a challenge to write -- similar to poetry.
Geese Fly published at Farther Stars Than These. (2013)
"He waited in the darkness for the weightlessness,
observing a solitary moment of silence in memory
of Henry, his grandfather."
Seven Days published at 365 tomorrows. (2012)
"Next up: the calendar," droned the chairman over every speaker surface in the colonial ship. Sam yawned."
Event Horizon published at Behind Closed Doors Literary Magazine. (2012)
"I'm here for your measurements," Charlene announced, stopping at the door. "Coffins don't print themselves, you know."
Don't Open That Box published at Bradburyesque Quarterly. (2012)
Search for "T. Gene Davis" on the page to find the story.
Long Now published at The Fast-Forward Festival. (2012)
Once a year, time stops for everyone but me...
Spud published at Farther Stars Than These. (2012)
Have you forgotten me? What's happened to you? I think it, but I see in the monitor that my face shows the panic just below the surface.
Left Not Right published at The Fast-Forward Festival. (2012)
The man on Cal's right looked up from his wrist display slowly, surprised by the statement. The subject should not have noticed missing technology.
The Veiled Prince published at Lost Worlds vol. 8 no. 7. (1996)
He did not glance at the floating city some leagues hence nor at the wide stairway his father had built to it many years ago.
Once Upon a Midnight Dreary published at Parlour Papers Volume 2 Number 2. (1994)
How would he explain his presence? Hi, I'm the founder and creator of VRAINET. I downloaded my brain years ago, but can't seem to re-establish contact with my body. Which way to Nevada?
You Can Never Go Home published at Vision Science Fiction issue number 16. (1993)
I hope this letter has been worth the thirty year wait.