It’s been a bit of an adventure, publishing on the web at this site, but all things must eventually end. I’ve decided it’s no longer worthwhile to blog or publish fiction at this address or under the name I use in the “real world”. However, I remain reluctant to give up this domain, so you’ll have to make do with this home page.
Old versions of this website are archived on the Wayback Machine.
I’m a science fantasy author and a full-stack thaumaturge. My novels include Without Bloodshed and Silent Clarion. I build web and cloud applications at my day job. I run BSD on my personal computers. Heavy metal saved my life.
I write fiction as an escape from my day job and a way to keep a sense of balance between the techical/analytic/logical and the artistic aspects of my life. It was also less likely to annoy the neighbors than trying to compose rock operas in an apartment. Most of my fiction is part of my Starbreaker saga, a collection of scifi/heavy metal pastiches.
|“The Milgram Battery”||short||2013-10-07||appeared in Curiosity Quills: Primetime|
|Without Bloodshed||novel||2013-11-17||(out of print)|
|“The Holiday Rush”||short||2014-12-24|
|“Limited Liability”||short||2015-01-01||appeared in Curiosity Quills: Chronology|
|Silent Clarion||novel||2016-10-17||(out of print)|
|When You Don’t See Me||novel||2020-12-17||(stalled)|
This is the short version. I’ve omitted the name of my current employer for discretion’s sake.
|a large US consultancy firm||2015-present|
|Computer Aid, Inc.||2010-2011|
|Conduit Internet Technologies||2009-2010|
|Quality Data Service, Inc.||2000-2009|
Note to tech recruiters: I’m not looking for work. Please don’t contact me.
I still have accounts here, too.
You can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I haven’t dropped off the net entirely. You can find me at starbreaker.org.