Fiction

Forthcoming Fiction

Cover for Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach, out March 16. Cover by Jon Foster http://www.jonfoster.com/
Cover by Jon Foster

Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach (Time travel novella)
Edited by Ellen Datlow, published by Tor.com. Coming March 13, 2018 in trade paperback and ebook.

Jonathan Strahan says: “Rich, nuanced characters, deeply compelling story, and a powerfully conceived world make Gods, Monsters and the Lucky Peach one of the best novellas of recent times, one of the highlight books of 2018, and something to look for on awards ballots come 2019.” link

Pre-order at your favorite indie bookstore, or:
Amazon US | Amazon Canada | Amazon UK
Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Chapters Indigo
IndieBound | Powells | iTunes

What Gentle Women Dare (SF short story)
in Uncanny sometime this year

Intervention (SF novelette)
in Infinity’s End, edited by Jonathan Strahan, July 12, 2018

Published Fiction

We Who Live in the Heart (Science Fiction novelette)
Clarkesworld, May 1, 2017
Locus Recommended Reading List, 2017

The Desperate Flesh (short story)
in Nasty: Fetish Fights Back, edited by Anna Yeatts & Chris Phillips

A Human Stain (Gothic Horror novelette)
Tor.com, January 4, 2017
Finalist for the Nebula Award. Locus Recommended Reading List, 2017.

The Eye of the Swan (Tremontaine tie-in story)
commissioned by Serial Box – October 2016
Long-listed for the 2017 Sunburst Award.

The Gladiator Lie (Soviet Gothic novelette)
in License Expired: The Unauthorized James Bond, edited by Madeline Ashby and David Nickle, published by ChiZine Publications, November 2015

Two-Year Man (Science Fiction short story)
Asimov’s Science Fiction, August 2015
Finalist for the Sunburst Award. Locus Recommended Reading List, 2015.

Good for Grapes (Lit-Noir short story)
The Exile Book of New Canadian Noir, edited by Claude Lalumière and David Nickle, published by Exile Editions,  March 2015

Waters of Versailles (Historical Fantasy novella)
Tor.com, June 2015
Winner of the Prix Aurora Award. Finalist for the World Fantasy Award and the Nebula Award. Locus Recommended Reading List, 2015.

The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill (Science Fiction Horror short story)
Clarkesworld, February 2015
Finalist for the Theodore Sturgeon Award. Locus Recommended Reading List, 2015.