Free, Uh, Fiction, I Guess: The Time Traveler’s Dog

One of the things I knew I was signing up for when I decided to go back for my MFA was that I’d be writing mostly lit fic. Most of my current projects will probably never see the light of day, because, frankly, except for a couple of top-tier magazines, lit fic doesn’t pay. But last semester I took a seminar on the graphic novel, and I thought you might enjoy seeing one of my assignments:

“The Time Traveler’s Dog” by Kyle Aisteach

It’s not earning me any Eisner Awards, but I got an A in the class. 🙂

Free Fiction: Recovering Spitzer

Every so often I have a piece of short fiction that I believe is worth sharing with the public, but which doesn’t find a home with a publisher. I will on occasion publish one of these pieces here, accompanied by a conversation on what I like about the piece and what I think its weaknesses are. You are welcome to join in the conversation in the comments section.

Recovering Spitzer

by Kyle Aisteach 

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Free Fiction: Eternal Love

Every so often I have a piece of short fiction that I believe is worth sharing with the public, but which doesn’t find a home with a publisher. I will on occasion publish one of these pieces here, accompanied by a conversation on what I like about the piece and what I think its weaknesses are. You are welcome to join in the conversation in the comments section.

Eternal Love

by Kyle Aisteach

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By Popular Demand: Audio Version of Clockman

Well, I had no less than three requests for an audio version of “Clockman.” Never say I never do anything for you:

CLOCKMAN, the audio book

Since at least one of the people asking for audio did so with the thought that someone should do animations for it, I’m releasing this under a creative commons “share and share alike” non-commercial license. (Don’t worry, I have the reader and production company’s permission — that’s easier done than said.) So feel free to redistribute and to use this non-commercially as you see fit, provided you do so with proper attribution.

Enjoy!

Free Fiction: Clockman

Every so often I have a piece of short fiction that I believe is worth sharing with the public, but which doesn’t find a home with a publisher. I will on occasion publish one of these pieces here, accompanied by a conversation on what I like about the piece and what I think its weaknesses are. You are welcome to join in the conversation in the comments section.

Clockman

by Kyle Aisteach

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