Just released – Terminalia – Jan/Feb Interzone

Death is the frontier that we all must cross, it is more forbidding than the surface of the moon, and a space suit will not protect you. Still explorers are always drawn to frontiers. IN 1905, in London, plans were being made for a return journey to the borderlands of death, even though the technolofy was experimental and unproven.
Published in Interzone, January/February 2019.

“… thrilling tale of adventure and intrigue.”
Victoria Silverwolf 
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Just released – The Washer From the Ford

If you are in the laundromat and you see a woman that nobody else can see, you might feel uneasy. If she is putting your torn and bloody clothes into a washing machine, hurry home and lock the door.
Published in Fantasy and Science Fiction, January/February 2019.

“Great story with wonderful supernatural detail.”
Sam Tomaina
SFRevu
 

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Terminalia

Death is the frontier that we all must cross, it is more forbidding than the surface of the moon, and a space suit will not protect you. Still explorers are always drawn to frontiers. IN 1905, in London, plans were being made for a return journey to the borderlands of death, even though the technolofy was experimental and unproven.
Published in Interzone, January/February 2019.

“… thrilling tale of adventure and intrigue.”
Victoria Silverwolf 
Tangent
 

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The Washer From the Ford

If you are in the laundromat and you see a woman that nobody else can see, you might feel uneasy. If she is putting your torn and bloody clothes into a washing machine, hurry home and lock the door.
Published in Fantasy and Science Fiction, January/February 2019.

“Great story with wonderful supernatural detail.”
Sam Tomaina
SFRevu
 

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Extreme

Even risk taking psychopaths with a love of extremes have their uses.
Published in the November/December 2018 Fantasy and Science Fiction.

“Sean McMullen sets “Extreme” in an SF world in which the narrator, genetically predisposed to high risk thrill-seeking behavior, masks his personal locator from police to seek lawbreaking thrills.”
C.D. Lewis
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