In addition, my short story, The Visitors, was published at Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry today. Zetetic is a new publication from Empire & Great Jones (the people who brought you Spark: A Creative Anthology), and has had some fantastic writing so far in its inaugural month, so I'm thrilled to be a part of it, and am in superb company. The Visitors explores the subject of doubt and faith through the character of Saint Joseph, and to a lesser extent, Saint Mary.
When he looked at the child, he saw nothing irregular. A shut eyed, pink little thing, just like the rest of them. His doubts fed off this ordinary appearance; he would study the child while the mother slept, desperately looking for a sign, a deformity, a peculiar expression of the mouth. But there was nothing to set him apart, nothing out of this world. He could belong to anyone.
Finally, my flash fiction story, Bill and I Went Hunting Today (originally published in Goldfish Grimm, Issue 22) will be produced in audio format on The Overcast, a new speculative fiction podcast by The People's Ink. There's another something to look forward to.