“Spired” is now live on Variant Frequencies

January 6, 2008 in General Topics

What a way to start out the new year. Last year the crew over at the Variant Frequencies podcast took one of my stories for publication. I’m pleased to see that Rick Stringer, and reader John Cmar, have done an outstanding job turning my modest tale into something marvelous.

I want to thank Rick Stringer, Anne Stringer, and Matt Wallace, the creative folks behind the podcast, without whom none of this would have been possible. I want to especially thank Rick, who’s poured so much work into bringing this tale to life. Listen, my friend — thank you.

If you enjoyed this story and are itching for more work of mine in a similar vein, I invite you to check out my bibliography, specifically the links to “Paston, Kentucky” (Murky Depths, Issue 1), “Eee” (Afterburn SF, September 2007), and “Tex’s Last Run” (Apex Online, and OG’s Speculative Fiction). Or, if you’d like some pdf docs to carry around right now, check out the free fiction I’ve hosted here, specifically “Manifest Hegemony”.

My sincerest thanks to any of you who took the time to listen to this. Feedback is also greatly appreciated, but I’d appreciate it even more if you support Variant Frequencies and tell your friends about this consistently-excellent, Parsec-winning podcast.