Sculpting God, the story collection that started it all, is now available for all e-readers. With the original seven stories, plus new behind-the-scenes essays for each story and an introduction about the genesis of the series, this is first of three volumes coming over the course of the next year. … Continue reading
Rick is a scurrilous, irascible scoundrel, with a heart of gold—not because he’s warm and fuzzy underneath, but because his heart is totally devoted to money. His favorite goldmine is his shop, where he vends virtual reality and manufactured novels. He keeps his customers happy, and he always knows the … Continue reading
Download Subscribe When last we left Rick, he was having a pleasant–if confusing–day. But will it last? Find out, in the conclusion to We Create Worlds.
Download Subscribe What if somewhere in the universe there was a room, and in that room was a creature, surrounded by screens and dials and controls? In his room, he sees all, knows all, manages all. He directs the thoughts and actions of every being in the cosmos. Would such … Continue reading
Download Subscribe Join me for a conversation with a quaint, friendly man about his unusual abilities. He’s a hospitable fellow who invites strangers into his house for coffee. He is alone in the world, and only wants someone to talk to–but he may just get more than he bargained for … Continue reading
Download Subscribe Sculpting God opens with a story of an unusual cliff diving episode. In 1898, a woman’s body was discovered broken and battered at the bottom of a tall sea bluff in Southern Scotland. and the small town she lived in began locking the doors at night. Only one … Continue reading
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
Six Parsecs, to be exact. I’ve been officially nominated for the Parsec awards in six categories – three for The Antithesis Progression and three for Sculpting God. For Predestination, I’ve been nominated for: Best Speculative Fiction Story (Novel Form) Best Audio Drama (Long Form including Independents) Best New Speculative Fiction … Continue reading