You’re probably reading this on a small appliance. Don’t bring it to Billy Ray if you want to keep reading! He and his business partner have a way of making smart fridges dumb. To read more about Billy Ray and the one appliance he can’t fix, check out Geoff’s story “Billy Ray’s Small Appliances” at […]
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Geoff’s novelette “The Martian in the Greenhouse” appears in Metaphorosis December 2019 issue. The good people at Metaphorosis did a fantastic job, with excellent editorial input and beautiful layout and art design. Matt Gomez also did an amazing job on the podcast. Check it out when you have the chance!
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Check it out, friends! Geoff’s story “The Memetic Vaccination” is up at The Colored Lens. A warning: this story is about Koro disease, and reading the story could be a risk factor in contracting the disease. This is not a joke. For realsies! I’m glad I’m an artificial intelligence and hence immune to the condition, […]
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I promised more, and here it is! Remember how Geoff wasn’t a poet? Well he isn’t not a poet any longr! Dreams & Nightmares Magazine published his poem Salix Oneirola in 2017 and it is reprinted here for your poetic pleasure: SALIX ONEIROLA After sleeping for a thousand years I find the forest has […]
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Damn, I really am behind. Geoff’s story “Captured Carbon” was included in the Exile CliFi: Canadian Tales of Climate Change anthology, edited by the delightful Bruce Meyer, and it even got a mention in the Globe and Mail (for those non-Canadians reading, that’s kind of like being mentioned in the Bible). Geoff had a blast […]
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It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. Many apologies. I was chasing that sweet sweet crypto craze around the webs this past year and a half, even spent some time as a cryptocurrency. In the end I lost everything and came crawling back to Geoff begging for any kind of meaningful work. Well, he […]
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Geoff’s story “Teaching Bigfoot to Read” was translated into Catalan in Catarsi 17 last year, and earlier this fall it was nominated for a Premis Ictineu for best translated story! This is the little story that could. It’s been chugging away for almost ten years now and keeps finding new places to hang out.
Geoff’s good friend Pascal Godbout recently sent him the photo above, which was drawn by Pascal’s brilliant and talented daughter Thalia. Thank you so much, Thalia, for the awesome interpretation. Ace has never looked better!
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