Bibliography

Publications: Novels

  • (2021) Extinction Event. Predator Academy I. Perfect Number Press.
  • (2021) Sidewhens. Sidewhens Trilogy 1. Perfect Number Press.
  • (2019) One Human.  Predator Space Chronicles VII.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2019) Question Zero.  Predator Space Chronicles VI.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2018) Earthfall.  Predator Space Chronicles V.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2017) Earthrise. Predator Space Chronicles IV.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2015) Ice Sky Storm. Predator Space Chronicles III.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2014) World Hammer. Predator Space Chronicles II.  Perfect Number Press.
  • (2013) Gods of Earth. 47 North Press.
  • (2012) Well of Furies. Predator Space Chronicles I.  Perfect Number Press.

Publications: Short stories

  • (2019) “Sojourner.”  Analog Science Fiction and Fact, November-December, vol. 139, no. 11-12.
    • (Forthcoming) Chinese language reprint in Science Fiction World.
  • (2019) “Ulissa.”  EscapePod episode 676.
  • (2018) “Ingredients.”  Spectacle, Winter Issue (issue 1).
  • (2017) “Orphans.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact, September/October.
  • (2016) “Saurs.” Cast of Wonders.
  • (2016) “RedKing.” Lightspeed, March.
    • (2017) Reprinted in The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, 2017 — edited by Rich Horton.
    • (2017) Reprinted in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: 34th Annual Collection — edited by Gardner Dozois.
    • (2016) Reprinted in Great Jones Street.
  • (2014) “Racing the Tide.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact, December, vol. 134, no. 12: 78-85.
    • (2015) Reprinted in Loosed Upon the World. The Saga book of Climate Fiction, edited by John Joseph Adams. Simon & Schuster.
  • (2014) “Cantor’s Dragon.” Shimmer. November.
  • (2014) “Amateur Night in the GlobalMart.” In Strange Bedfellows,edited by Hayden Trenholm. Bundoran Press Publishing.
  • (2014) “Three Observations Regarding the Sadly Short Human Lifespan of the Eternal Primeval Fish.” theNewerYork’s Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, February.
  • (2013) “Terminal Velocity.” Emerald Sky, Issue 2.
  • (2012) “Nihil Est.” Wily Writers, December. [As Fosco Graves]
  • (2012) “The Man Who Betrayed Turing.” Cosmos Online, September.
  • (2012) “Ecce Signum.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April, vol. 132, no. 4: 36-48.
  • (2012) “The Ediacarian Machine.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. March, vol. 132, no. 3: 8-24.
    • (2016) Reprinted in Great Jones Street.
  • (2012) “Godel Apparition Fugue.” Shimmer. Issue 14: 83-87.
    • (2020) Reprinted in The Best of Shimmer.
  • (2011) “Asteroid Monte.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. September, vol. 131, no. 9: 46-54.
    • (2013) Russian language reprint in Esli.
    • (2012) Podcast on Escape Pod, episode 333.
  • (2011) “A Purple Heart.” Flash Fiction Online. July.
  • (2011) “Julie is Three.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. March, vol. 131, no. 3: 56-64.
    • (2016) Film rights purchased by Storycom.
    • (2013) Chinese language reprint in Science Fiction Age.
    • (2012) Russian language reprint in Esli.
  • (2010) “Seven Songs of Trilobite Survival.” Starship Sofa. Aural Delights number 146. 28 July.
  • (2009) “Amabit Sapiens.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. November, volume 129, number 11: 53-65.
    • (2016) Optioned by Cut Bait Productions.
    • (2014) Optioned by Ineffable Pictures, LLC.
    • (2010) Russian language reprint in Esli, May.
  • (2009) “One City at a Time.” In 2034: Writing Rochester’s Futures, edited by Janice Carello, Eric Scoles, Alicia Henn. Rochester, NY: R-Spec Press.
  • (2009) “Dark Matter.” Cosmos. June/July, issue 27.
    • (2015) Reprinted in You’re Not Alone: Thirty Science Fiction Stories from Cosmos Magazine. Surinam Turtle Press.
  • (2009) “The Cold Star Sky.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. June, volume 129, number 6: 60-68.
  • (2008) “Demand Ecology.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. June, volume 128, number 6: 64-82.
  • (2008) “Amor Vincit Omnia.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. April, volume 128, number 4: 52-66.
  • (2007) “Feeding Mr. Why.” In Stage This! Too, Ten Minute Plays, Frank Blocker, Sydney Stone, Murray Scott Changar (eds.). iUniverse.
  • (2007) “Physics 2.0.” Nature Physics. August, volume 3, number 8: 580.
  • (2007) “A New Hollywood, A New Marilyn.” RevolutionSF. Summer.
  • (2007) “The Ragman.” Zahir, Summer, issue 13: 35-46.
  • (2006) “Openshot.” Analog Science Fiction and Fact. December, volume 126, number 12: 64-74.
    • (2016) Reprinted in Great Jones Street.
    • (2016) Chinese language reprint in Science Fiction Cube, Issue 2.
  • (2006) “Fixed Points.” Zahir. Spring, issue 9: 34-46.
  • (1998) “Chromosome Music.” Aboriginal Science Fiction. Spring, numbers 55 & 56: 60-63.
  • (1997) “Time Dilation.” The Mississippi Review, Online. October, volume 3, number 10. [As Craig Graves DeLancey.]

Publications: Non-Fiction

  • (2020)  “In Space, Let Meritocracy Reign.” Quillette, January 22.
  • (2020)  “Camus’s Atheism and the Virtues of Inconsistency.” Culturico, January 21.
  • (2019)  “Science Fiction Purges its Problematic Past.” Quillette, November 5.
  • (2019)  “Policing the Creative Imagination.” Quillette, May 5.
  • (2019)  “Albert Camus: Unfashionable Anti-Totalitarian.” Quillette, March 26.
  • (2017)  “You are (Most Likely) Not Living in a Simulation.”Clarkesworld, Issue 135, December.
  • (2014)  “Will Aliens be Alien?”Clarkesworld, Issue 88, January.
  • (2013)  “The Singularity is Dead. Long Live the Singularity!” Clarkesworld, Issue 80, May.

Theatre Readings and Performances

  • “Ask Not for Whom the Post is Liked” (a one-act play about job hunting post-Facebook).
    • (2014) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. January 13-17. [Week Two Judge’s Choice 3rd Place winner.]
  • “No City New York” (a full length play about a veteran returning home to imploding opportunities in Upstate New York)
    • (2013) Staged reading. Writers & Books, Rochester, NY. June 15
  • “Speed Marrying” (a one-act play about achieving connubial bliss most efficiently).
    • (2012) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. February 1-5.
  • “My Tunguska Event” (a one-act play about meteors, mortality, cancer, and black holes).
    • (2011) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. January 15 and 16.
    • (2010) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Melbourne, Australia. November 17 – 20.
  • “The Master of Maybe” (a one-act play about a woman, an elevator, and a futures trader who may, or may not, be dead).
    • (2010) Performances. Shelterskelter XV. Shelterbelt Theatre, Omaha, NE. October 7 – 31.
  • “Build” (a full-length play about the mystery of the motives that drive us to pursue love, justice, and art).
    • (2009) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwrights Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. May 4.
    • (2009) Staged Reading. What’s Next: Festival of New Plays. Geva Theatre, Rocheter, NY. June 11.
  • “True Story ‘Bout a Dead Bitch” (a one-act play about a dead labrador in a suitcase, a crack-addicted dealer, and the dog sitter who brings them together).
  • (2011) Reading. Moving Arts 16th Annual Premiere One-Act Festival: The B-Sides. March 12.
  • (2008) Performances. Sydney Short & Sweet One Act Festival. Sydney, Australia. July 29 – August 2.
  • “Heaven’s View” (a full-length play about the science-religion culture war).
    • (2008) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwright’s Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. 28 April.
  • “The Blood in the Wing” (a one-act play about Maria Sybilla Merian).
    • (2008) Staged Reading. Theatre Oxford Annual 10 Minute Contest. Oxford, MS. 12 April.
  • “Feeding Mr. Why” (a one-act play about Kurt Godel).
    • (2008) Performance. Sydney Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. 2 February.
    • (2007) Staged Reading. Fn Productions. New York, NY. 22 December.
    • (2007) Staged Reading. Shipping Dock Theatre. Wilmer J. Patlow Playreading Series. Rochester, NY. 6 October.
    • (2007) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwright’s Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. 30 April.

Awards and Nominations

  • (2020) Finalist for the Analog Science Fiction Anlab reader’s choice award, short story category, for “Sojourner.”
  • (2012) Winner of Analog Science Fiction Anlab reader’s choice award, short story category, for “Julie is Three.”
  • (2008) Winner, Best Play, Sydney Short & Sweet One Act Festival, for “True Story ‘Bout a Dead Bitch.”
  • (2008) Winner (2nd place), Theatre Oxford’s Annual 10 Minute Play Contest, for “The Blood in the Wing.”
  • (2007) Winner, Stage This! Too, Ten Minute Play Contest, for “Feeding Mr. Why.” Fn Productions, New York, NY.

Selected talks

  • (2015)  “What can Science Fiction tell us About Politics?”  McConnell Center. September 28.
  • (2015)  “What can Science Fiction tell us About Politics?”  Rochester Institute of Technology. May 12.
  • (2011)  “Make it Old.”  Brighton Public Library. Nov 4.