The queer YA science fiction novel you’ve all been waiting for is here! It is springtime at Bolin College and death is in the air. In this fast-paced virtual reality thriller, a group of gay, nonbinary, and straight college nerds on the Virtual Campus Challenge team are racing toward a mandatory system demonstration in order to … Continue reading Best Game Ever
“A Dry Wish,” Chelsea Station, editor Jameson Currier, http://www.chelseastationmagazine.com/ “To Be Seduced Is To Be Reborn,” Renewal, Queer Sci Fi Anthology, Mischief Corner Books, ISBN 978-0-9980903-3-7 “What’s A Few Years When You Get Money And Friends In High Places?” Compelling Science Fiction Issue 7, Editor Joe Stech, http://compellingsciencefiction.com/stories/whatsafewyears.html, June 2017 “Lost Anchors,” Belletrist Literary Arts … Continue reading A selected bibliography
A few miles from shore.... Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Yep. At least, that is what my old provider claimed right after a WordPress core file update, you know the automatic updates that happen periodically? On my first customer support call the person wasn't sure why the site wasn't working … Continue reading I got hacked! (or did I?)
From my publisher: BEST GAME EVER publishes May 15th Sisu Publications is proud to announce the publication date for the novel, BEST GAME EVER, by R. R. Angell is set for May 15, 2019. BEST GAME EVER is a queer science fiction novel of virtual reality games and augmented reality in which college students must … Continue reading BEST GAME EVER publication date announced!
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
If you are looking for a short U.S. - Mexico border security story with action, intrigue, and redemption, then look no further than right here. The U.S. Border is now secured by a wall of remotely controlled gunbots. American Citizens pay to operate them through apps and hope to score a hit during their watch. … Continue reading Remote Control: A Border Security Story
I spent last weekend at the World Fantasy Convention held this year in Baltimore, Maryland’s Inner Harbor, a very scenic and lively public waterfront. WFC celebrated the 200th anniversary of the publication of FRANKENSTEIN and the theme was appropriately “Ports in a Storm” because it rained like hell on Friday. We could barely swim to … Continue reading World Fantasy Convention 2018