My last story for the year is “Object Permanence,” which was recently published at Fireside Fiction. Most of us would probably like for 2020 to blink o…
During our honeymoon in Bali, my wife received a call that would change our relationship forever. It was her dream job—an opportunity to live and work …
Ken Liu’s new anthology, The Hidden Girl and Other Stories, has dropped and everyone should read it. I’m working my way through, and so far, it’s a del…
Hoorah to the New Year! 2020 does feel like we're finally in the thick of the new century, not like the 00s and 10s, where no one could agree on what t…
Today marks the first time my work makes it to print! You can read "The Mummer" in Working Futures: 14 Speculative Stories About the Future of Work (ge…
New Story: Steady State Read the story here While working with the News Feed teams, it was fascinating how even the employees at Facebook didn’t fully …
Our work can be divided into stock and flow, a metaphor that Robin Sloane expanded from its roots in economics. Flow is the work you share with the wor…
The term “hard science fiction” is misguided. Traditionally, it refers to stories that strive for scientific and technological accuracy. Many of the cl…
Last week, I attended Futurescapes, a writing workshop in Park City, Utah. I wouldn’t normally go out of town for a weekend, since we have a fussy newb…
A NEW BEGINNING 2019 started with a flurry of activity— My daughter was born just shy of the New Year. We named her Alinea, which means "the beginning …
This month's story: The Scrolls of Tian Tan (25 minute read) "There is a scroll inside every one of us." Read it now (or send to Kindle) I’ve been busy…