“Tomorrow and Tomorrow” is a post-apocalyptic story about a family that finds themselves self-sufficient in terms of their energy and food needs, yet facing their ultimate demise. A mother and her children struggle with, and face, their own cultural prejudices to create hope for the future.
My short story “Immunity” is eligible to be nominated for a Prix Aurora Award in the category of best short fiction in English.
Nomination forms will be available at the Prix Aurora Awards website in March.
I’ve just sold my second story to Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine.
“Paid in Full” is a look at the relationship between humans and the insects that feed off of them. More details to follow.
My story, “Playing Games” (OnSpec, Winter 2005 / 2006) will soon be adapted for radio. On Spec magazine is currently working on a pilot project with David Chapman of Pied Piper Productions and Rattenfanger Radio, producing a series of radio dramas that will be available online. The first episodes will also be sent for consideration to several anthology broadcasts, including the Sonic Society in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Sound Affects in Minneapolis, Minnesota. If the initial project goes well there is hope that a regular series would be broadcast on CKUA Radio Network (approval pending) and would be available via podcast.