On my Patreon page, you will find speculative fiction in a variety of flavors — sci-fi and fantasy, space opera and modern magic, horror and the occasional absurd experiment, adventure tales and fresh apocalypses weekly.

The fiction runs the gamut from tiny stories, barely over a hundred words long, to serialized stories rolling on towards novel length. It’s by turns happy, sad, deep, shallow, and sometimes a little bit dark; to my best of my ability, although many of the stories here are set in my existing universes, they are stand-alone, requiring no previous experience with my worlds to enjoy.

I like to think of this as a private look at my desk: you can read stories nobody else has access to, jot down prompts in my ideas notebook, peek into my map case, and rifle through my archives.

A subscription to the desk-top gives you a mini-’zine every month, and the more subscribers, the more bang you get for your buck. Each month has a theme, picked by poll, and each month the patrons peeking into my to-do list can prompt me on that theme.

A partial but incomplete listing of postings on Patreon can be found here.

A summary of Patreon posts cross-posted to this blog (If you’re a Patreon patron, ask me for the passwords) can be found here.