The Dandelion Knight (Amazon, B&N, Google, Kobo) and its companion novella, Dispatch from a Colored Room (Amazon, B&N, Google, Kobo), are science fantasies set in Altronne, the Last City. They follow the struggle between the government of Altronne, the shadowy Synod and its Champions, and the anarchist group organized around an old folk legend called the Dandelion Knight. Aimed at fans of China Mieville, Samuel Delany, and Gene Wolfe, or anyone else who likes a ripping mythopoeic post-post-apocalyptic political intrigue.
I don’t have a production schedule for The Dandelion Knight‘s sequel, tentatively titled The Flame in the Stone. When I know, you’ll know.
A hospital pharmacist delves into the deaths of patients on the trauma ward. A child is pressganged into an army that marches with a strange purpose. A blacksmith forges a time machine to rescue his dead wife. A psychotherapist for ghosts investigates an empty town…
Reverie Syndrome (Amazon, B&N, Google, Kobo) and Verso (presently exclusive to Amazon) are collections of short stories; “Statler pulchrifex” (Amazon, B&N, Google, Kobo) and “Wormwords” (Amazon, B&N, Google, Kobo) are previously published short stories not appearing in Reverie Syndrome. Little futures, little alterities.