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The most up-to-date listing of my fiction in print is now available, along with a general blog, at theresearkenberg.blogspot.com (publication listing at http://theresearkenberg.blogspot.com/p/publications-list.html).
"Following the Mercy Man," a dark post-apocalyptic story (as opposed to a bouncier, happier post-apocalypse) will be published in the first issue of new magazine Comets and Criminals.
"The Godslayer's Wife" appears in issue #71 of BCS.
Reviewer JesterJoker writes, "In Beneath Ceaseless Skies, I read this, about a woman rescued from a goddess of death and the nightmares of the hero who saved her. It's fascinating to see the aftermath, weird suggestions of a wider world inside it, and the victory over the goddess's disturbing powers."
A shorter version of "Lord Shashensa" has been published on the Nevermet Press website.
It is also available in the ebook anthology, Stories in the Ether: Issue One.
"The Sorcerer Next Door" appears in Semaphore Magazine's March 2011 issue.
He didn’t look like a wizard.
I knew he was, of course. I couldn’t forget. My mother attended every single
meeting, every protest at the town hall, signed every petition circulating the
neighborhood to keep him out of this garden in this house next door to ours, all in vain
for whatever bureaucratic reason. But he didn’t look the part.
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