Steve’s Science Fiction

Another new story coming out this month, circa June 20.


20,000 Leagues Remembered is being published by Pole to Pole Media to honor the 150th anniversary of the publication of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea My contribution is “The Game of Hare and Hounds”. 



New Story — The Game of Hare and Hounds to be published by Pole to Pole Press in 20,000 Leagues Remembered, an anthology honoring the 150th anniversary of the publication of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Steve’s story A Light so Brilliant and Wondrous published by Silver Blade. Available now online for free.

You can find it here —

It’s the story of Frankenstein retold — with one small change…




Steve’s Young Adult Science Fiction Novel published November 2019


The Traveler

Tenobius isn’t like anyone Argus had ever met in his years as a kid living on the streets of Imperial Rome. At first, like everyone who met him, he thought Tenobius was just another crazy man, but the stranger with the strange eyes and the metal teeth who didn’t speak proper Latin said he was just lost, and wanted to find his way home. With Argus’ help he gathers together unlikely ingredients — sawdust and leather scraps, old cloth and honey, and starts to make incredible things. Things almost as amazing as his disc with flashing rainbow colors, made of a substance no one has ever seen. Or his black box with a needle that moves by itself and tells him if the other things he is making will work. All Tenobius wants is to make the parts he needs to repair his Dreamship and return home.


What would you do if your Time Machine had broken down, stranding you in the past, and you knew that no one would be coming to rescue you? Could you repair the electronic parts of your time machine, using only what you could find or construct for yourself in Imperial Rome? The Traveler tells this story, a mix of L. Sprague de Camp’s Lest Darkness Fall, Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, and Andrew Weir’s The Martian, through the eyes of Argus, a boy living on the Roman streets, who is fascinated by Temobius, even if he has no idea what he is trying to do.


Added August 10 2019 —

The links to sites selling The Traveler have just been published:



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My short story Yamadori has been published in the November/December issue of Analog

Steve’s other Science Fiction stories, along with links.

Analog Cover Oct 2013 Analog Cover Apr 2016


Putting Down Roots

Why DID Primitive Humans give up hunting and settle down to agriculture? The Ultimate Bar Story

Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact October 2013


The Hidden Dimension of Interacting with Robots

Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact April 2016

 Pfaall cover

The Flight of the Hans Pfall

You can’t REALLY fly a balloon to the Moon — Right?

e-book from The Pulp Corner

The Flight of the Hans Pfall   <—  Click Here to order



A Fairy Tale for Robots

Available free online at Fiction Vortex 

Belbet   <—  Click here to read