The Adjustment Bureaucracy

    I A man wearing a grey, three-piece suit, whose dark hair was slicked back in a stylish 1950s coif, stood outside of Terry Runkle’s house and whispered to a raccoon. The raccoon’s name was Fred. It was 11:00p.m. Time was important to the man in the suit, because he dealt in a world of timing. Timing, you see, was related to the…

Slate – One of the Rejects

Here’s one of the stories that spent two years with me, making it all the way to the final, final round of cuts, and then, for better or worse, got the axe. The artwork, like all of the artwork in the collection, is by the talented Kara Hemsworth, and all of the artwork in the collection is available for purchase in full color, photo quality…

When it All Went to Hell – Now Available

My new collection of short stories, When it All Went to Hell, is now available for purchase. After two and a half years of working on this project, I am more than excited and ready to share it with everybody. Please buy, share, review, and contact me if you have any questions. All of the amazing artwork in the collection, including the cover illustration,…