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Science Fiction:

The Tank and the grasshopper: Electric Spec, (December 2023)

Everything else is advertising: Apex books ‘Robotic Ambitions: Tales of Mechanical Sentience’. (November 2023)

The Manitor: Kaleidotrope (Autumn 2017)

Les Gourmands: The Singularity Magazine (July 2016)

Lips and Teeth: Best British Fantasy 2013

Gone Antiquing: Jupiter Science Fiction Pasithee Edition (October 2012)

Lips and Teeth: Interzone 239 (March 2012)

The Walrus and the Icebreaker: Interzone 235 (July 2011)

Capture Station Robinson: Absent Willow Review (July 2010)

Fear Universe:

The Shell: The Singularity Magazine (August 2016)

The Envoy: Jupiter Science Fiction, Thelxinoe Edition (October 2013)

Moon Drome: Interzone 243 (December 2012)

The Triangular Trade: Jupiter Science Fiction, Euanthe Edition (July 2011)

Other stories:

Thief: Write Place, Write Time (October 2012)

London in The Snow: Flashquake Vol 10, Issue 4 (June 2011)

Rex: The Fiction Desk, Various Authors (June 2011)

The Cat and The Gun: 4 Cornered Universe (July 2010)

Hoffman is Missing: Even More Tonto Short Stories (June 2009)


One Comment

  1. Hello Jon,

    My name’s Mike Cobley, Scottish SF/fantasy writer, and I’m currently recruiting author contributors for a cyberpunk anthology to be published by Newcon Press – your name was flagged up by a few colleagues, and I checked out yr book Barricade which really has a certain resonance! So here’s my intro pitch:

    So, the anthology is provisionally entitled ‘Night, Rain & Neon’ and I hope to encourage some ambition and visionary intensity amongst the writer posse so we can make a kind of Dangerous Visions for new cyberpunk fiction. So yes, ambitious, and even a bit of rash temerity too! Payment will be at Newcon’s regular rate, a penny a word up to fifty quid max, not a mega-earner, BUT a quality volume filled with quality stories by significant names and wrapped in quality jacket art will be a joy forever. Word length I`m looking for is yer classic 3-5K but am open to persuasion for longer or shorter efforts. I’m still assembling the posse (and aiming to widen the inclusivity) with the aim of getting 20+ contributors by mid-April at which point I`ll be able to go Ian Whates at Newcon, get his take on what the schedule for publication is likely to be, after which I`ll then fire the starting pistol and lay down a submission deadline for October.

    I have a longer, more glamorous (?) pitch which I`m thinking of incorporating into the anthology intro – so I can send that you to as well if you’re intrigued.

    Anway, leave this with you and look forward to seeing what you think.

    V best

    Mike Cobley

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