THE ENDLING MARKET. A story in 2084. Fifteen predictions, seventy years in the future. By 2084 the world we know is gone. These are stories from our world seven decades later. Published by Unsung Stories, edited by George Sandison.
WEATHER GIRL. A story in Infinity Wars, tales of soldiers, on the ground and fighting, in the near future and in the farthest reaches of space, using the latest technologies and facing the oldest of fears. Published by Solaris, edited by Jonathan Strahan.
THE WHITE FOX AND THE RED. A tale of two foxes, published on Pornokitsch.com.
THE JINN HUNTER’S APPRENTICE. A story in The Djinn Falls In Love, & Other Stories, 20 new and classic tales of Djinn from authors from all around the world. Published by Solaris, edited by Mahvesh Murad and Jared Shurin.
FRONT ROW SEAT TO THE END OF THE WORLD. A story in Now We Are Ten, an anthology of all original stories written to commemorate the 10th Birthday of NewCon Press, edited by Ian Whates.
A HANDFUL OF RUBIES. A story in Strata, a digital book published by Penguin Random House Digital and available through Editions at Play. STRATA contains short fiction and scientific essays exploring different facets of the future. My story considers the future of food.
THE SPIDERS OF STOCKHOLM. A story in Irregularity, an anthology about the tension between order and chaos in the 17th and 18th centuries, published by Jurassic and edited by Jared Shurin.
“The Spiders of Stockholm” was longlisted for the 2015 Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award.
THE CREPUSCULAR HUNTER. A story in the anthology Noir – tales from the dark side, featuring Dark SF, Fantasy and Horror – edited by Ian Whates, published by NewCon Press.
SAGA’S CHILDREN. A story in The Lowest Heaven, edited by Jared Shurin and Anne C. Perry, published in June 2013 in partnership with the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Each of the stories is inspired by a celestial body in the Solar System, in my case: Ceres.
“Saga’s Children” was nominated for a 2013 BSFA Award in the short fiction category and reprinted in The Best British Fantasy 2014 from Salt Publishing. You can read the story for free online here.
THE COMPLEX. A prisoner on an off-world colony is at the end of her sentence, awaiting transfer back to Earth, where an uncertain future awaits her. Published in the January/February 2012 edition of Interzone magazine. THE COMPLEX was reprinted in the anthology The Best British Fantasy 2013 (Salt Publishing).