A Few Samples of Non-Fiction and Fiction
I was interviewed by the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers of which I'm a member.
Asimov's invited me to blog again, this time during pandemic.
Asimov's SF Magazine invited me to be interviewed, or to write a guest blog for their 'From Earth to the Stars' blog. I wrote a blog that reflected on my work experiences with robots, SF's robots, and the robots in one of my poems that was published in Asimov's. (The poem is reprinted at the end of the blog.)
A short story set in Nunavut. One of my tales of Amaruq. From Stinkwaves V.5#2 Fall 2017
Mark C. LLoyd interviewed me for Broadway World May 26, 2017
I was interviewed via email by friend and fellow poet Dr. Mary Turzillo, and it appeared in the blog of R.KV.R.Y. Quarterly Literary Journal in late August 2015.
"No Sense Fighting: An Appreciation of Carl William Thiel" I wrote this for the program book of the west coast convention Consonance 2006 when Carl was filk guest of honor.
"Sense of Place, Sense of Mystery" by Herb Kauderer is the introduction to the book Pulp: Poems in the Pulp Tradition (2004) by Scott E. Green published by W. Paul Ganley. It marked the first time my writing appeared in hardcover.
Back in 2002 I was honored to work with Thornhill Ontario poet David Clink, as he edited and introduced my poetry chapbook Hate Mail & Love Letters, and I edited and introduced his book Come-on from the Horse on 7th Avenue (2002) published by believe your own press. The button above leads to the introduction I wrote for David's book.
"Standard Repair" a short short science fiction story, 2001 version.