I’m overdue for some news sharing, and it’s fairly exciting. First of all, I’m thrilled to share that a novel I co-authored with Mark R.A. Shegelski, Quantum Worlds and the Entangled Man, is now available on Amazon! This project has been a long time in the making, and it’s a real pleasure to see, Read More

I’m excited to announce the upcoming publication of a novel I co-authored with Mark R.A. Shegelski: Quantum Worlds and the Entangled Man. It is available for pre-order now through Amazon, and will be released in print and e-book later this month! Check out the link for more information.

The Fringe Festival is one of my absolute favourite things to do in Edmonton, and I was delighted to be able to experience it this year for the first time in an age. Between the food trucks, street performers and cornucopia of shows on offer, it’s a delight I’ll always treasure. This year was, Read More

I love the Souls games. When I’d stopped by a friend’s house many years ago and briefly tried to fight a skeleton in DS3 before getting utterly crushed, I had no idea how much these games would dig their claws into me. Only perhaps in childhood have I ever found myself so intently absorbed, Read More

For many years I’ve enjoyed Lindsay Ellis’s clever, well-crafted video essays, so I was delighted to discover she had a debut novel. “Axiom’s End” is a first-contact story that is sharply real in its theoretical treatment of aliens and genuine character honesty, combining to create a story with great emotional and existential impact. To, Read More

I’m proud to join a host of others in the 2019 Giftmas Blog Tour, organized by Rhonda Parrish. It’s a fundraiser for the Edmonton Food Bank, where, because of the infrastructure and organization they’ve established, one dollar donated equates to three meals. The funds are in Canadian dollars and are done through Canada Helps,, Read More

Humanity has benefited tremendously from the fruits of scientific discovery, particularly since the Enlightenment. Most of us rely on electricity for day-to-day needs, and are moved to awe upon seeing our species extend the known boundaries of existence, in space exploration for example. We are naturally inclined to value freedom, and these discoveries augment, Read More

I have some incredibly exciting news, which I’ve been meaning to share amidst the crazy busy summer times. First of all, “Ad Me,” a flash story about a magical homework assignment gone awry, was published in the Centropic Oracle podcast. It’s a short but adorable listen, so check it out in the sidebar. Secondly,, Read More

I love board games, and so I feel an unnerving pressure to attend local events. A good kind of pressure, a deep-tissue massage. We only went for the last afternoon, but we experienced what happens every time I crack open a new board game: new paradigms, new lenses through which we see microcosms before, Read More

Pretty excited to share that you can get F is for Fairy now as part of a Story Bundle (like Humble Bundle for books). That means you get to pay what you want for a variety of fairy-themed e-books, choosing what portion of it goes to a charity (like Girls Write Now or Mighty, Read More