State-Of-The Podcast — Audio Update

It’s been a while since anything hit the podcast feed, so a lot of you probably think it’s about bloody time–and I can’t say I blame you. So, for your Christmas, here’s a brief peek behind the curtain at where I’ve been and where things are going. Happy New Year,… Continue reading

Sculpting God re-cast

Sculpting God was my first podcast, and it became my first short story collection (the collection contains essays and poetry, as well as the stories). Now that the podcast’s original site is long gone, I’ve archived the episodes here, for your listening pleasure. Episode list: Angels Unawares The Coffee Service… Continue reading

Think Contracts Don’t Matter?

Since I’ve been doing a blog series on the Principles of Contracts, I have to include this bit of news about the biggest, ugliest case of a handshake deal I’ve seen in quite some time. Seems that the publishers and authors of The Shack never really figured out who owned… Continue reading

Lost in the Noise?

May 19, 2010 is an interesting day in the history of the world, though its significance passed by unnoticed by most people – even people who watch for momentous events. But today, two thing happened that will, in their knock-on effects, change the world in ways every bit as profound… Continue reading

Buried Alive in an Anthology

I am pleased to report that the story I originally wrote for Philippa Ballantine‘s podcast project Erotica a la Carte has just sold to Circlet Press, and will be included in their forthcoming anthology Apocalypse Sex. Buried Alive In The Blues is the story of Irene, a widow who finds… Continue reading