I recently had a short (flash fiction) story published in Daily Science Fiction. This was my first professional publication (though I’ve self-published before). The story is available to read for free on their website. (Which you should do before continuing to read this.) Continue reading
I created a video version of my short story from a couple years ago, “Hacking Mars.” It includes the same text accompanied by an original synth score.
Mark, a pizza delivery driver in the year 2016, receives a message in his inbox, sent from his own email address, claiming to be himself from 30 years in the future. Continue reading
I am Invisible is a surreal slipstream short story about a young man who wakes up one day to discover he is invisible. Inspired by Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis, the story touches on themes of social anxiety, alienation, and depression. I am Invisible is currently available on Amazon. Read below for a preview of the story.
I’m usually not very political, but this election has made it impossible not to be. Anyway, this is a short screenplay I wrote as political satire.
“What seems to be the problem, Isaac?” asked Dr. Happ.
Isaac grabbed the left side of his forehead in anguish. “I’ve been having these terrible headaches, doctor.”
“How unfortunate,” Dr. Happ said. “Please step forward, and I will examine you.” Continue reading
Have you ever wondered about those henchmen who work for evil mastermind villains in action movies? Where did they come from? What do they do all day? How did they get their jobs?
Find out in the darkly comic short story, “Henchmen Wanted,” about a group of mercenaries who are guarding a secret mountain base when an unexpected visitor shows up.
Available now on Amazon. Read a free sample of the story below. Continue reading