I’m pleased to announce that my flash fiction story, “The Great Greenland Quilting Bee,” has been published in the new climate fiction anthology, Extinction Notice: Tales of a Warming Earth. … More New climate fiction anthology has published my short story
I’m happy to announce the release of the updated Fyddeye Guide to America’s Lighthouses. … More The updated Fyddeye Guide to America’s Lighthouses is now available!
Here’s the new travel guide you’ve been waiting for! I’ve just released The Fyddeye Guide to America’s Maritime Museums. … More New release: The Fyddeye Guide to America’s Maritime Museums
Check out the special introductory pricing on the newest volume in The Fyddeye Guide series. … More Published: The Fyddeye Guide to America’s Veteran Warships
Maritime historian and nautical archaeologist Nat Howe wrote the foreword to The Fyddeye Guide to America’s Veteran Warships. … More Historian Nat Howe writes foreword to Veteran Warships book
Professional audiobook narrator Joshua Young, who narrated my novel Fall of the Green Land, answers five questions about his work. … More Five Questions: Joshua Young, professional audiobook narrator
My first audiobook is nearly complete! Fall of the Green Land will be available on Amazon and Audible in the next couple of weeks. … More Audiobook news: Production complete on Fall of the Green Land
UFO sightings are having another moment in the sun. Or the night sky, if you will. … More UFO sightings are about to spike. Here’s the truth behind them.
All three books in my series, The Future History of the Grail, are available free for Kindle today through Sunday. … More All 3 Grail books are free today; A new sci-fi anthology is out
Your reviews of my books help me reach my writing goals. … More Fifty book reviews. That’s my ask in a competitive indie world.
In the latest installment of my occasional series, Bill Conrad, author of Interviewing Immortality, answers five questions plus a bonus question I pose to interesting authors. … More Five Questions: Bill Conrad, author of Interviewing Immortality
In 2019, I started a long-term project called “Future Climates,” which is a series of short stories inspired by geoengineering. These are grand-scale technologies proposed to roll back or block the effects of climate change. … More Three amazing technologies that could fix climate change
One of the great moments of film comedy occurs early in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the 1975 British parody of the Arthurian legends. … More My love-hate relationship with Monty Python and the Holy Grail
In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, a scenario came to pass straight from a science fiction writing prompt. The air above the industrial city of Wuhan, China, the first epicenter of the global outbreak, emptied of pollution. … More How to write about climate change in a time of coronavirus and racism
The coronavirus pandemic has upset nearly every person’s life, but nothing really has changed on the longer-term threat to humanity, climate change. As a writer, I’ve specialized in putting climate change themes in my fiction, but I haven’t touched the pandemic, at least not yet. … More Writers, here’s a chance to publish your pandemic climate fiction
I promised my lovely wife Edith that I’d help her promote her new Airbnb listing in Seattle. We’re calling it the Classic Seattle Neighborhood Apartment. … More Off-topic: My wife has opened an Airbnb in Seattle
It’s exciting when you get two pieces of great news in the same week. … More A new short story is published; another award from a prestigious contest
I’ve just received my copy of the latest anthology to include one of my short stories. … More Wow! My second sci-fi anthology this month
Two-Hour Transport is a new anthology of science fiction, fantasy, and horror by Seattle-area authors. … More I’ve been published in a new sci-fi anthology
I’m thrilled to participate in the first Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America reading series of 2019 in Seattle and Portland. … More Come to my free readings in Seattle and Portland