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GISHWHES and a Story in 140 Words

Last week Jules Wilkinson, fellow Whose Doctor? author (responsible for the hilarious “Certificate IV in Allied Time Lord Support” essay), posted a Facebook callout on behalf of some friends for authors to help out with an online scavenger hunt called

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Published: This Mutant Life: Bad Company

Also last year I was pleased to score a further bite of the Kalamity Press cherry by being included in This Mutant Life: Bad Company, the second This Mutant Life anthology of NeoPulp superheroic fiction to arrive just in time

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Published: She Called Up Her Mind’s Fire And Watched Him Burn

I’m pretty stoked to have a story in This Mutant Life an anthology of NeoPulp writing – specifically, short stories about superheroes – published by the inestimable Ben Langdon. My story in TML is one I wrote years back as

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Published: Happy Anniversary

I have a short story in the July issue of Desktop, the “Other Worlds” issue. It’s a mildly speculative story about a boy delivering a mash note to his girlfriend using a home-made drone, social media and a series of

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Small Wonders is Pretty Ace

Gotta say I’m a fan of the old flash fiction, and I loves me some of that prose poetry too, even if it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference between them. So it was kinda excitement to hear that I

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Newstead Short Story Tattoo 2011

Newstead’s premier biennial literary event returns this May with a cavalcade, a cornucopia, a veritable concupiscence of practitioners of the short form descending upon the unprepossessing hamlet between 13 and 15 May 2011. It’ll be a pretty chockers weekend, with

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How do you actually spell “ebook”, anyway?

Is it hyphenated or intercapped or all-one-word-lower-case or what? Anyway I’ve got one. An ebook. I used the delightful expertise of the folks over at smashwords to render Heroes and Civilians, my creative commons free-to-download short story collection, into formats

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Go off-blog with Adam's ebooks!


Heroes And Civilians, featuring Stories about superheroes, octuplets, giant monsters, rabbits, robots & astronauts, is FREE TO DOWNLOAD RIGHT NOW!


Whose Doctor? Reflections on a Time Lord, featuring 9 Doctor Who essays & poems, including Adam's "Donna Noble Has Been Saved" poem, is only $5!


Man Bites Dog, Adam's novel about posties, poets, dobermans & Angela Lansbury is only $2!


Not Quite the Man for the Job, Adam's award-winning poetry collection, is also only $2!

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