Anthologies my work appears in:
“Invictus”- Shattered Shields (Jennifer Brozek and Bryan Thomas Schmidt, editors)
“Goodnight Stars”- The End is Now (John J Adams and Hugh Howey, editors)
“Goodnight Moon” – The End is Nigh (John J Adams and Hugh Howey, editors)
“Ghosts in the Mist”- Mirror Shards #2 (Black Moon Books)
“Nevermind the Bollocks”- Digital Science Fiction Issue #2
“Of Bone and Steel and Other Soft Materials”- Mirror Shards (Black Moon Books)
“Somebody Else’s Problem” – Hex in the City (Fiction River #5) (WMG Publishing)
Ian and Jack Talley and the Prometheus Space Program set a record for the fastest manned flight to Jupiter. But the journey ended in disaster, crippling Jack and killing the rest of the crew.
Ten years later, an eccentric multi-billionaire offers them all his money, and a second chance, if they’ll fly him to Pluto. The Talley brothers reunite their team, ready to rekindle the dream of manned space flight. But self-doubts and technological issues both old and new appear, leaving the question open: are they making history? Or repeating it? And finding the answers could cost them far more than the Prometheus program.
The Light of the Earth As Seen From Tartarus is a near-future, hard science fiction novella.