"Totemkill" in Daily Science Fiction
When a man runs over his totem animal.
"The Chosen One Can't Lose" in Daily Science Fiction
If all your actions are predestined, do you really have a choice?
"Marduk's Folly" in Analog, January/February 2015
Seeking exoplanets on a Super Earth.
"Bitten Women's Shelter" in Daily Science Fiction
The deeply unhealthy relationship between a vampire and a mortal.
"Democratic Weather" in Daily Science Fiction
The polarizing effects of voting on the weather.
"Fallacious" in Analog, July/August 2016
Restructuring the human brain to prevent logical fallacy.
"Mad Lib" in Daily Science Fiction
The reader's word choices determine the details of the story.
"Decennarchy" in Daily Science Fiction
Mystical beings appear once every ten years to take control of a town.
"The Hole Where Andy Used To Be" in Flash Fiction Online
Her husband is gone, but a void in his shape remains.
"Mining Titan" in Daily Science Fiction
When humanity enslaves the native lifeforms of Saturn's moon Titan, their children seek to free them and set it right.
"News From An Alien World" in Analog, September/October 2019
The first signals from extraterrestrial life come not from purposeful contact, but from their news media.
"The Economist's Sisyphean Task" in Daily Science Fiction
An economist and Sisyphus discuss the utility of his labor.
"Tornillo Memorial" in Daily Science Fiction
A school trip in the future.
"Aboard the Mithridates" in Analog, July/August 2020
A generational ship modifies its crew to handle the destination planet by slow degrees. But some handle the changes better than others.
"The Ones Who Don't Walk Away" in Daily Science Fiction
Some refuse to surrender to the corruption at the heart of their city.
"Ever Since the Rapture" in Daily Science Fiction
Life is better in some ways since the Rapture. But human failings still exist.
"The Wealth of Dragons" in Daily Science Fiction
A knight comes to liberate a dragon's wealth and finds more than he bargained.
"2020" in Daily Science Fiction
The writer of the year 2020 gets some constructive criticism.
"2021" in Daily Science Fiction
Sequel to "2020"
"Master Carver Builds A Debtor's Prison" in Daily Science Fiction
The apprentice of an anarchist Renaissance Man grows suspicious when his master acts out of character.
"The Tyrant's Statue Is Still Falling" in Daily Science Fiction
An alien despot's sculpture topples down the gravity well of a gas giant and evokes thoughts on the recent revolution.