New First Fleet cover

First Fleet: a serialized science fiction novel published by Axiomatic Publishing
Part 1: “Bones
Part 2: “Wake
Part 3: “Descent
Part 4: “Memory
Omnibus paperback: First Fleet

“The world-building in First Fleet is truly top-notch . . . rich and complex. I give this one five out of five res-pods.”
– Farstrider Magazine (full review here)

Short Stories
“Daughters of the Lattice,” Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine (forthcoming)
The God Skrae Eats Death,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 355 (July 2021)
Parchment Sky,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 325 (March 2021)
Ten Things to Consider When Blinking,” Stargazers: Microtales from the Cosmos (December 2020)
“Wolves of Horus System,” Twilight Worlds Anthology (December 2020)
“The Gunsmith of Byzantium,” OnSpec 114 (Fall 2020)
“The Law of Conservation of Baseball,” Hybrid Fiction (September 2020)
Abacus of Ether,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 278 (May 2019)
The Chora Gate,” Mysterion (December 24, 2018)
Occultation of the Bright Aspects,” Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (December 2018)
“Thistledown Sky,” Shimmer 46 (November 2018)
Apotheosis,” Daily Science Fiction (October 5, 2018)
———- reprinted in Metastellar (April 2021)
“The Lasting Hills,” Shards Anthology
The Wind’s Departure,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 240 (December 2017)
Harvest,” Bracken Magazine (Summer 2017)
Deathspeaker,”Beneath Ceaseless Skies 231 (August 2017)
“Color of the Flame,” MYTHIC (Spring 2017)
———- appeared as a podcast in StarshipSofa Episode 618, (December 2019)
The Aeroliths,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 212 (Nov 2016)
“Gold, Vine, and a Name,” Threads: NeoVerse Anthology
“When I Was Dead,” Mysterion Anthology 
———- review in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination
“Bone Orchard,” Hypnos (Spring 2016)
“Two Twenty-Two,” Pulp Literature (Spring 2016)
The Woodcutter’s Sons,” Bracken Magazine (Spring 2016)

Three Strings,” Farstrider Magazine (Jan 2016)
Black Planet,” Shimmer 27 (Sep 2015)
The Crow’s Word,” 
Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show 44 (March 2015)
The Wizard’s House,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 166 (Feb 2015)
Drying Grass Moon,” AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review 18 (Spring 2015)
“Polycarp on the Sea,” Pulp Literature (Winter 2015)
What the Elfmaid Brought,” Daily Science Fiction (September 12, 2014)
The Unborn God,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 150 (July 2014)
———- translated into Polish, Nowa Fantastyka (Jan 2015)
“How Fox Fixed the Sky,” Sword and Laser Anthology (March 2014)
“Driving East,” LORE 2.3 (May 2013)
“The Stone Oaks,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 112 (Jan 2013)
“Starlight, Her Sepulchre,” Emerald Skies 2 (Jan 2013)
“My Bicycle, 4500 AD,” AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review 6 (Spring 2012)
“Read This Quickly, For You Will Only Have a Moment . . .” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 81 (Nov 2011)
“The Story of the Ship that Brought Us Here,” Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 51 (June 2011)
———- reprinted by Digital Science Fiction (July 2016)
“Barstone,” Shimmer 13 (Apr 2011)
———- reprinted in Feast of Laughter 3 (Winter 2016)
“What I Wrote for Andronicus,” Ideomancer 9.4 (Dec 2010)
———- reprinted in Feast of Laughter 2 (Spring 2015)
“The Silver Khan,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies 29 (Nov 2009)
“The Glorious Revolution,” Ray Gun Revival 47 (Oct 2008)

My stories published from 2008 to 2013, plus a few more, are available as a collection:

castle version
There’s a richness of the imagination here, a calmly-measured pace, a solidity. . . . There’s a vivid quality to his writing, and an underlying ability to evoke wonderment at the worlds or tableaux pictured within these pages. There are echoes, too, of a Golden-Age- anything-is-possible kind of sensibility to many of these stories. . . . Case has produced a collection in which almost every story reads like a fable, the moral of which is a secret the reader may hope to discover before the end. There’s an easy acceptance of the fantastical, a hint of the impossible.
                              -Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine

My author page on Amazon can be found here.

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