I write stories about lobster girls and laser beams. Mimetic fiction is for wimps. Raised on a steady diet of weird paperbacks, Infocom games, and comic books, I have always wanted to be a writer (Well, actually, I first wanted to be a dinosaur, but that didn't work out so well). When not writing, I like to travel around the world, searching for the ideal pint and the perfect bookstore. I live in Somerville, Massachusetts, with my high-school sweetheart Sara and two cats, Lilith and Tiamat.

My stories have appeared in The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2010, Weird Tales, Interzone, Black Static, Shroud Magazine, Murky Depths, and Pseudopod. My horror-thriller novella Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist is available at Amazon.

I am working on a new novel, The Clockwork Heart of Heaven, which features ancient Mayan ruins, futuristic robotic gods, and (oddly enough) simians with a thorough appreciation of Romantic poetry, Bob Dylan, and whisky.
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