In The Space Of Nine Lives Tom’s best friend, his schoolmates, and all his teachers on the interstellar ship exist in virtual reality. The only other living person on board is the Pilot, and Tom is being groomed to take his place and help guarantee that the colonists in hibernation complete their centuries long journey. … Continue reading In The Space of Nine Lives
On vacation last March, my husband said, “I haven’t been able to buy a gay book since Lambda Rising closed.” The funny thing is, it is true. Lambda Rising was our local gay book store, six metro stops and 25 minutes away. We could skip down there and spend an hour browsing through thousands of … Continue reading Lamenting the loss of LGBTQ Sections in bookstores and libraries
Yes, I have a story in here! From the Publisher: For over two years Compelling Science Fiction has been publishing entertaining, thought-provoking stories. Now we've collected the best of those stories in one place. The book contains 27 fantastic short stories by 24 talented authors, in beautiful hardcover form. You can buy the Print Edition … Continue reading Compelling SF: The First Collection
The fifth annual Queer Sci Fi anthology, IMPACT, is now out in stores. Here's a YouTube trailer and, yes, I do have a story in there titled, Railgun Platform 6D in Classified Mid-Earth Orbit Receives Orders to Fire, so check it out! QSF anthology Impact, banner image About the QSF series: It's hard to tell a story … Continue reading Impact, the new anthology from Queer Sci Fi is Out!
LOST ANCHORS is now up at Belletrist Literary Magazine. Click here to read the story Since it is published online, I won't put up a teaser. Check it out!
What’s a Few Years When You Get Money and Friends in High Places? CSF Editor, Joe Stetch, writes: The issue begins with the lengthily-titled "What's a Few Years When You Get Money and Friends in High Places?" by R R Angell, a story about a bodybuilder who is offered a large sum of money to swap … Continue reading Compelling Science Fiction Issue 7
A Dry Wish by R R Angell A journalist with an addictive personality tries to change his ways. Read the story here Chelsea Station Cover art by Peachboy
Mischief Corner Books, ISBN 9-781537-306926 Cover & Illustrations Artist: Mila May Short Story - excerpt below Proton collisions in the Large Hadron Collider spewed particles that flew in arcs, curls, and spirals through Remy’s virtual workspace. A physics grad, he analyzed trajectories from quarks, bosons, exotic particles with and without charm or charge, looking for … Continue reading Flight – QSF Anthology – Moth To Flame
Why is this on my site? I wrote the AFTERWARD and if you read that, you'll understand. Review Publishers Weekly Select Books with LGBTQ Themes for 2017 listPraise for Not So Good a Gay Man"Vivid and detailed, Robinson's story is an engaging recollection of the golden age of pulp fiction interwoven with the story of … Continue reading Frank M. Robinson’s Memoir