Kehuan Shijie – Science Fiction World Translations

Short Story Chinese translation of Remote Control Table of Contents:  Life, the Universe and Everything (1982) by Douglas Adams "Remote Control" (2008)  by R. R. Angell "Fountain of Age" (2007) by Nancy Kress "Diving into the Wreck" (2005) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch "The Gabble" (2006) by Neal Asher "The Second Kind of Loneliness" (1972) by … Continue reading Kehuan Shijie – Science Fiction World Translations

“Remote Control,” Interzone Issue 216 – May 2008

Short Story - excerpt Artwork for Remote Control It happened right in the middle of my shift. I'd been flipping, as usual, through the thirty-two thumbnails of empty, peaceful desert arrayed across the bottom of my wall screen. The map of my surveillance territory encompassed 1,000 Atco-Johnson Perimeter Stations that ruled 62 miles of Mexican … Continue reading “Remote Control,” Interzone Issue 216 – May 2008

“Run Off” issue 18 of the UK magazine Jupiter, October 2007

Short Story - excerpt Aiken Conner was anything but sure, so he lied to the supervisor towering over his workstation. “Yes, sir,” he said.  “I love communications engineering, and I especially like working for Bicogen.” "Sonny boy, you get paid for doing your job, not shopping for some...," Mr. Shepherd went on with the lecture. … Continue reading “Run Off” issue 18 of the UK magazine Jupiter, October 2007

“In The Space Of Nine Lives,” Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, January 2006, p. 24

Excerpt: The ship’s cat slipped Tom’s grip and ran up the curving floor toward the galley.  As he stalked her, young Tom felt less sure of himself.  He could talk it over with Pilot, but Pilot was in sim and not to be bothered unless it was an emergency.  Was a dare an emergency?  Only … Continue reading “In The Space Of Nine Lives,” Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, January 2006, p. 24

“French Twist,” WordWrights!, No. 20, Nov. – Dec. 2000, Argonne Hotel Press

Short story - "Best Of Issue" award Excerpt: During the week the courtyard across the street was used as a children’s playpen between the hours of 11 AM and 2 PM.  On those very hot and sunny Paris days in early June the noise was almost as unbearable as the heat of the old city, … Continue reading “French Twist,” WordWrights!, No. 20, Nov. – Dec. 2000, Argonne Hotel Press