My story Mr. Nine and the Gentleman Ghost has just been reprinted in the anthology, The Museum of All Things Awesome and that Go Boom.
“The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom is an anthology of science fiction featuring blunt force trauma, explosions, adventure, derring-do, tigers, Martians, zombies, fanged monsters, dinosaurs (alien and domestic), ray guns, rocket ships, and anthropomorphized marshmallows.”
The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom
Really nice review for Kotodama:
The writing sparkles with wit, and the game’s use of metaphor (that is, making it have literal consequences) called to mind Patanoir. Kotodama also gives a welcome depth to the world-building by giving a nod to familiar narratives such as racism or the role of immigrants. This seems to have some link to the title: according to the Oxford Dictionaries blog, which the game quotes, the concept of ‘kotodama’ applies especially to Japanese in its ‘purest’ form – that is, the language without any loan words – yet, definitions of what counted as ‘pure’ varied over the years.
Kotodama is relatively short, but is highly polished (I found the Poetry Dojo to be a stroke of genius) and very cleverly written. Highly recommended.
One of my favourite stories, The Bee Tamer’s Final Performance, has just been published on PodCastle.
The tale of a mutiny aboard a circus fleet run by bees who live in the skulls of undead clowns.
PodCastle 420: The Bee Tamer’s Final Performance