It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

… it just has to sound plausible

Fiction

anthologies
Rocket Science (Mutation Press) April 2012
Aphrodite Terra (Whippleshield Books) November 2015

Apollo Quartet
1: Adrift on the Sea of Rains (Whippleshield Books) April 2012
(WINNER OF THE 2012 BSFA AWARD, FINALIST FOR THE 2012 SIDEWISE AWARD)
2: The Eye With Which The Universe Beholds Itself (Whippleshield Books) January 2013
3: Then Will The Great Ocean Wash Deep Above (Whippleshield Books) November 2013
4: All That Outer Space Allows (Whippleshield Books) April 2015

An Age of Discord
1: A Prospect of War (Tickety Boo Press) July 2015 (also on Kindle: UK | US)
– 2: A Conflict of Orders (Tickety Boo Press) October 2015 (also on Kindle: UK | US)
– 3: A Want of Reason (Tickety Boo Press) 2016

collections
Dreams of the Space Age (Whippleshield Books) March 2016

chapbooks
Wunderwaffe (originally appeared in Vivisepulture, Anarchy Books, Dec 2011) July 2012

short stories
– ‘Thicker Than Water‘ in Jupiter 23: Kalyke, January 2009 (PDF) – anatomy of a story
– ‘The Amber Room‘ in Pantechnicon 9, March 2009 (PDF) – anatomy of a story
– ‘Black Rain’ in Set It In Space And Stick A Robot In It, May 2009
– ‘Killing the Dead‘ in Postscripts #20/21 ‘Edison’s Frankenstein’, December 2009 (PDF) – anatomy of a story
– ‘A Cold Dish’ in Jupiter 28: Autonoe, April 2010 – anatomy of a story
– ‘Through the Eye of a Needle‘ in M-Brane SF #19, August 2010 – anatomy of a story
– ‘In The Face of Disaster’ in Catastrophia edited by Allen Ashley, September 2010
– ‘Human Resources’ in M-Brane SF #21, October 2010
– ‘Travelling by Air’ in Alt Hist #1, October 2010
– ‘Barker’ in BFS Journal: New Horizons, January 2011
– ‘Disambiguation‘ on Alt Hist website, May 2011
– ‘The Contributors‘ on It Doesn’t Have To Be Right…, July 2011
– ‘Words Beyond the Veil’ in Jupiter 33: Euanthe, July 2011
– ‘A Light in the Darkness’ in Alt Hist #3, November 2011
– ‘Dancing the Skies’ in The Monster Books for Girls edited by Terry Grimwood, December 2011
– ‘Wunderwaffe’ in Vivisepulture edited by Andy Remic, December 2011
– ‘The Way the World Works’ in Where Are We Going? edited by Allen Ashley, March 2012
– ‘Faith’ in The Maginot Line, The Fiction Desk, edited by Rob Redman, April 2012
– ‘The Incurable Irony of the Man Who Rode the Rocket Sled‘ in The Orphan, July 2013
– ‘The Last Men in the Moon’ in Because of What Happened, The Fiction Desk, edited by Rob Redman, September 2013
– ‘Waters of Lethe‘ in Perihelion SF, June 2014
– ‘The Spaceman and the Moon Girl’ in Litro Magazine #137, September 2014
– ‘Far Voyager’ in Postscripts #32/33 Far Voyager, November 2014
– ‘Waters of Lethe’ in The New Accelerator #3, February 2015
– ‘A la deriva en el mar de las Lluvias’ in A la deriva en el mar de las Lluvias y otros relatos, edited by Mariano Villarreal, September 2015
– ‘Geologic’ in Interzone #262, January 2016
– ‘Red Desert’ in Space – Houston, We Have A Problem, 2016

flash fiction
‘The Old Man of the Sea of Dreams’ on A Space About Books About Space, October 2009
‘A History of the Twentieth Century, with Illustrations: Atonement’ in The Future Fire, February 2012

poetry (also see sferse)
– ‘Jupiter Quartet’ in Jupiter 30: Hermippe, October 2010
– ‘Rainbow Mars’ in Jupiter 38: Pasithee, October 2012

See also my bibliography on the Internet Science Fiction Database.

3 thoughts on “Fiction

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  3. I’ve been trying to track down some space exploration stories that I read some time before 1968 (!) that I am fairly sure were by a British author. I discovered that John Wyndham [Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris] wrote several before WWII and I recently came across copies of some;one of the better known is “Stowaway to Mars”.
    Wyndham seems to have changed his style radically after WWII – to great effect in my opinion – but I wonder if anyone has tracked down any more of his earlier stuff. He seems to have used quite a few pen-names, often permutations of his own (lengthy) name.

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