reviews and credits
Short stories published in:
The Wheel Magazine: (print)
Neverlands and Otherwheres: (print)
Abyss and Apex:
Sure of Charlie
Mr. Bronze—from the short story by Phil Voyd
As He Was
The Tinker’s Dam
The Shadow of Telmacu
As Seen On TV
At Liberty(with Elley Ray Hennesy)Imagination Films Mexico, producers.
The Shadow of Telmacu: 95 pages. Historical Horror/fantasy: available.
The Tinker’s Dam: 100 pages, Fantasy/Historical: available.
Just Until Atanua: TV pilot, second episode and bible (under construction)
Abyss & Apex, 2010: A review by Richard R. Horton in his blog “the Elephant Forgets".
Abyss & Apex is an e-zine available at www.abyssandapex.com. They have been publishing on a regular quarterly schedule the past six years (having published more frequently, but with some wobbles, in previous years). Wendy Delmater is the Editor-in-Chief.
They published a total of 27 stories this year. …
My favorite stories this year included… From the third quarter, a sharp fantasy short-short by Kit St. Germain, "In the Bag", about a boy and his Master and his Master's useful bag…
“In the Bag” by Kit St Germain recommended by Lois Tilton in Locus Magazine Abyss & Apex #35, 3rd Quarter 2010.
The wizard has given his apprentice a magic purse, which can hold everything he puts into it. But what shall he choose? This is a compact little tale with a very neat conclusion.