All of my new short stories this year were published overseas, and included:
- "Six-Legged Shadows" with Brian M. Sammons in Monstrous (Permuted Press)
- "Black Water" in Jupiter 24
- "The Octagon" in Jupiter 26
- "The Garden Fortress" in Thrilling Tales #4 (Rainfall Books)
- "The Lord of the Law" in The Fourth Black Book of Horror.
- "Subtle Invasion" in Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror Vol 3 (Brimstone Press)
- "Homo Canis" in Midnight Echo #2 (Australian Horror Writers Association) also received an honourable mention in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year Vol 1
- "Stomach Acid" with Brian M. Sammons in Cthulhu Unbound 2 (Permuted Press).
Other publications include:
- "Virtual Worlds and Imagined Futures" an interview with Greg Egan in Albedo One 37
- "The Burning Stars" Call of Cthulhu scenario in Terrors from Beyond (Chaosium) which is gaining incredibly positive reviews and feedback from gamers everywhere
- Several reviews for Albedo One.
Other achievements include a Ditmar nomination for my science fiction tale "Soft Viscosity" in 2012 (Twelfth Planet Press), I attended GenConOz as a guest, and I sold several stories to various magazines and anthologies, one of which is a science fiction tale appearing in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. I'm also editing a new anthology of Cthulhu Mythos tales with Brian M. Sammons that will be published by Permuted Press, and I'm editing a collection of Call of Cthulhu gaming scenarios for a yet to be named publisher.
Several books with my stories which didn't come out this year but might in 2010 included:
- "Emergency Rebuild" in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 43
- "Sister of the Sands" in Cthulhu's Dark Cults (Chaosium) (which I incidentally edited way back in 2007)
- “Subtle Invasion” in Best New Tales of the Apocalypse (Permuted Press)
- "Dream Machine" in Scenes from the Second Storey (Morrigan Books)
- "The Hag of Zais" in Eldritch Steel (Elder Signs Press)
- "Sweet as Decay" with David Witteveen in Macabre (Brimstone Press)
- "The Swelling" reprinted at Innsmouth Free Press
- A new Harrison Peel tale has also been sold, but I've been asked to keep closed lipped about this one until the publisher makes an announcement.
I had hoped to output more this year, but a redundancy and now having to change states for financial/work reasons, I guess has affected my output. Hopefully once I'm settled in Sydney in the new year, that will all change.