My story “Late Night at the Low Road Diner” is available now in issue 5 of Liminal Stories. It can be read online for free here (although if you’d like to support them, they’re on Patreon).
A small story on the care and feeding of strange things that may come into a diner at night.
I am really pleased with this one. My thanks to Shannon Peavey and Kelly Sandoval for the acceptance and the editing (much as I love “tatterdemalion”, I have to admit it just didn’t fit), and to N.G. Lancaster for the art.
I hope you like it.
I am glad (very glad!) to say that I’ve sold a story to Liminal Stories, and “Late Night at the Low Road Diner” will be appearing in their August issue.
Liminal Stories publishes absolutely lovely work, by the way, all of which is online, and I highly recommend going to check it out.
My short story “Playing Prometheus” has been published at Persistent Visions! It can be read online here. And the art for it is absolutely gorgeous; I am deeply grateful to Dana Martin.
(Please note: there is a content warning at the top of the story.)
I’ve noticed that a lot of time travel stories suggest that good results only come of preserving the past, or of making changes by accident. “Playing Prometheus” is my attempt to engage with that.
I hope you enjoy it; I’ve done my best.