Black Static #63 Is Here!

Black Static #63, which includes my story “The Fire and the Stag,” is now available! My name is even on the magazine’s cover, which is a first for me, and I couldn’t be more thrilled!

You can find Black Static #63 wherever you buy magazines, or you can purchase it directly from TTA Press. (The price is listed in British pounds, but there’s a button on the side of the page that will allow you to change the currency to US dollars or Euros.)

I hope you enjoy “The Fire and the Stag.” I think it’s one of my best stories, and I can’t wait for people to read it!

2 responses to “Black Static #63 Is Here!”

  1. Tom Adams says:

    Just read the ‘Fire and the Stag’. A very satisfying story in its conception. I’m fascinated by the notion that there are places within places, locations that are accessible to some and not others. You captured this well in the story. Looking forward to reading more.

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