My story is up as a podcast at PodCastle. A great reading by Graeme Dunlop, with links to information about Edward Lear’s cat, Old Foss, and … Continue reading My story, “Old Foss is the Name of His Cat,” is up at PodCastle.
My story “Stinky, Stinky Little Pig,” about an unfortunate meeting between an older Lewis Carroll and a grown up Alice, appeared in the long-standing sf magazine … Continue reading “Stinky, Stinky Little Pig” at Space and Time magazine
My edited collection outlining the historical shape of the critical debates about the nature of the fantastic, Fantastic Literature: A Critical Reader (Praeger, 2004). ISBN 978-0-275-98053-5 Available for purchase … Continue reading Fantastic Literature: A Critical Reader
My first book, The Fantastic Sublime: Romanticism and Transcendence in Children’s Fantasy Literature (Praeger, 1996). ISBN 978-0-313-30084-4 and eISBN 978-0-313-02977-6 Still available for purchase at the ABC-Clio site. Here’s the … Continue reading The Fantastic Sublime
I am head curator of Philip K. Dick in Orange County, a website about Philip K. Dick and his life in Orange County, the last ten … Continue reading Philip K. Dick in Orange County
My co-written story (with Jacob Weisman), “Lost October,” was reprinted in Fields of Fantasy: Baseball Tales of the Fantastic and Supernatural (Night Shade, 2015), Edited by … Continue reading “Lost October” in Field of Fantasies, Edited by Rick Wilber
Co-edited with Jacob Weisman, The Treasury of the Fantastic: Romanticism to the Early Twentieth Century (Tachyon, 2013) collects great fantasy stories and poems from the early 19th-century through the early 20th-century…essentially from Romanticism to Weird Tales. Check it out … Continue reading The Treasury of the Fantastic