Praise for Mingus Fingers:
“In Mingus Fingers, David Sandner and Jacob Weisman have given us a quietly intricate and intelligent merger of boxing, jazz music, the seductive lure of the artistic impulse, and the ultimate meaning of it all. I read it with pleasure and admiration. Highly recommended.”
—Rick Wilber, author of Alien Morning
“A stroll through jazz, boxing, the creative fire, and the prices of all three. Subtle, profound, and moving.”
—Kij Johnson, author of The River Bank
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 poetry, including The Jumblies and Owl and the Pussycat. I love how it sounds! Check it out!
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 Space and Time. Check it out! Available here at this link!
Anthony R Rhodes, the illustrator of the image here which graced the magazine, discusses his process for this image on his blog. Here’s the link!
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 Rick Wilber. This story appeared in W.P. Kinsella’s Baseball Fantastic.
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.