Psst. Wanna Webcomic With a Bonus Short Story?
What does a modern story of alienation, crime and selfishness have to do with a webcomic about biopunk vigilantes in a crapsack future Tacoma? More than you might think. For... Read more
New Formats for "These People..."
Greetings, longtime supporters. I thought you might want to know that (thanks to a KS, natch),These People Mean Nothing to Each Otherhas been reformatted for Kindle and is... Read more
It's been a long time since I started this...
...but it looks like this "Kickstarter" thing isn't going away. Today, however, I'm posting about a fiction-release project that's not a Kickstarter project. That is, at its heart, a water... Read more
Another year, another project.
Greetings, supporters of "These People Mean Nothing To Each Other." I've started fundraising another short story, and like "These People..." it operates heavily on what's unsaid and not shown. Unlike... Read more
Stolze's New Narrative
"These People..." uses switching narratives to let the reader see a mystery unfold. My novel SWITCHFLIPPED does the same thing, on a larger scale, with an urban fantasy tale of... Read more
And Now... "These People Mean Too Much to Each Other."
By which I mean, I've got another story up for ransom.
This one's hardboiled crime fiction, just like "These People..." and it, too, deals with violence, undetected crime, and... Read more
As long as I keep getting paid to write stories, I'll keep putting them up here. Like this.
"A Wind at the Window" is a cold, dry horror story... Read more
You know how "These People..." is all subtlety and implication? "Zombis Blanc" is the polar opposite. It's not about the the ugliness hidden under civilization, it's about the ugliness that... Read more
Here it is!
Thank you thank you thank you thank you, and here's the link...
...and did I say "thanks"? Thanks.
The podcast of the story is the tantalizing perk offered to everyone who pledges a dollar or more. But how can you know it won't just be some nasal-voiced dingus... Read more
The Chicago Tribune subjectively judged my writing.
I have been found worthy! Julia Keller, book critic for the Trib, read 800 submissions to the Great Chicago Ghost Story contest and her favorite was mine, "2122 North Clark."... Read more