Anthology Man Rides Again

For a large stretch of 2017 it seemed like I was submitting a short story to an anthology every month. I even started calling myself “Anthology Man” on Twitter. At this time, six of my stories are out in published anthologies and are all available on Amazon right now.

  • A Lesson In Mercy – Beyond Watson (Belanger Books)
  • The Woman Returns – Holmes Away From Home (Belanger Books)
  • The Misplaced Mystery Writer – Sherlock Holmes Adventures In The Realm Of H.G. Wells (Belanger Books)
  • The Last Hunt – To Be Men (Superversive Press)
  • Extinction Point – Planetary Series: Earth (Superversive Press)
  • Nothing Ever Happens Here – Secret Stairs: Tribute To Urban Legend (Silver Empire)

After a brief hiatus, it seems Anthology Man is on the loose once again. I recently was informed that a short story I wrote for a zombie/horror anthology has been accepted and this very morning I signed a contract for my short story, Icarus Falls, to appear in Superversive Press’ Planetary: Jupiter anthology. Judging by the other authors who will also be in this volume of the series, it should be a great read.

I’m also going to have a story, Polar Shift, in Planetary: Luna and I will have a story in Planetary: Pluto which I am co-editing with Dawn Witzke. I can tell you Pluto has some amazing stories by even more amazing writers in it. I have submissions in three other Planetary volumes – Sol, Uranus and Neptune – that I am waiting to hear back from.

By the way, if you would like to submit a story to Superversive Press for either Uranus or Neptune, I believe they are still looking for stories for it. Shoot them an e-mail at: to see what they are looking for and what the deadlines are.

And as if that wasn’t enough, I’m just now finishing up a short story for an H.G. Wells tribute anthology for Belanger Books. All that on top of producing the “A Scribe’s Journey” video podcasts. Check out my YouTube channel for all of the episodes out so far. And oh yes, the remaining five books of the Timeless series, three standalone novels and resuming the Lost Civilization series that When The Gods Fell kicked off last fall.

Whew, I’m exhausted just reading about what I’ve been up to, aren’t you? And there’s more to come. I’m hoping 2019 will turn out to be my best year yet.

In the meantime, check out some of my books that are out and available to you on Amazon right now.