March, 2011--Stefan Rudniki, award-winning producer and voice actor, has created a Glimpses audiobook that is now available on audible.com.
January, 2011--My new novel, Dark Tangos, is now officialy scheduled for late August from Subterranean.
January, 2011--A new interview with me is up at The Damned Interviews.
July, 2010--There's a very, very long interview with me on the website for Black Clock, the cool literary mag that published "Perfidia" and an excerpt from Black & White.
December, 2009--My career-spanning Collected Stories volume is now shipping from Subterranean. Also available are the first two volumes in the "Definitive Editions" series from Subterranean--beautiful, matching trade paperbacks of Deserted Cities of the Heart and Black & White.
November, 2009--Coral Press, which specializes in fiction about music, has a chart of the top 40 novels about rock and pop. I'm not sure how the rankings are calculated (obviously not by sales!), but I'm proud to report that Say Goodbye holds down the #14 position, and the coveted top spot goes to none other than Glimpses.
January, 2009--Art Taylor has posted an interview with me on the Metro Magazine literary blog.
June, 2008--Black & White has been released; reviews and other information are available here on the site.
December, 2007--Black & White, my new suspense novel, will be published by Subterranean Press in June, 2008. There will be a limited edition and a trade hardcover. The book will be hard to find in brick and mortar stores, so you may want to preorder from the Subterranean website.
December, 2007--Ticonderoga Publications of Australia will do a limited edition trade paperback of my Love in Vain collection, with additional stories. The book is planned for summer of 2008. You can preorder from the Ticonderoga website.
July, 2007--I added links to the short-story versions of the first three chapters of Deserted Cities of the Heart on Fiction Liberation Front. I also added a preview of my novel Slam, completing my project to get previews up for all my novels.
On 30 June, 2007, I launched a new website, Fiction Liberation Front, (www.fictionliberationfront.net). It's a free online collection of my short fiction, articles, and screenplays, in both HTML and PDF formats.
April, 2007--Added information about my audiobook, Missing Persons.
6/30/07...launched Fiction Liberation Front.
6/10/07...added Frontera preview.
4/27/07...changed homepage to add Missing Persons.
11/05/04...code updates. Added short story "You Never Know."
4/15/04...added "Lizard Men of Los Angeles."
3/30/04...new photo, minor updates.
8/19/01...updated home page.
4/07/01...updated home page and news, added "Steam Engine Time."
9/7/99...added "Mark the Bunny."