Update: July 2019
Ada's World has found a home at Blue Forge Press. In addition to The Nightingale's Stone and Small Events being republished (with all of the illustrations), I'm very pleased to announce that my new work, Hyperborea is also now available.
While Ada started out as a character in a "Magical Realist 17th Century Alternative History" with Les Sardines, she almost immediately started banging on the door of this world. And perhaps a few others! As "the Land Beyond the North Wind" Hyperborea's limits are only those of Ada's highly associative imagination.
If you're on the Kitsap Peninsula July 20th, stop by the Silverdale Mall for the Blue Forge Press Feast of Words. I will be there with other authors with books for sale. 1:00-8:00.
Short FictionsLet Me Fly Away was originally published at Silverblade Magazine.
The Slubburge Man, originally published in The Dark Fiction Spotlight.
The Ladies of Keldmere, originally published in Darker.
The Church of the Hidden Children originally published in Lisette's Tales of the Imagination.
Inaugural SarZine Mandala by Ben Davis
SarZinesFrom 2008 through 2014 I was very fortunate to have worked on a series of collective writing journals with Les Sardines. The Voice of Ada was already quite clear in these volumes and who knows, you still may find some of these out there.
Cat Spritzer: The Seven Dances of Cat Spritzer
Heroes: Divers Heroes
Lost Maps: Carpetographies
SarZines Recollected: A limited edition collection of all of the above plus "Swan."