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23 January 2011 @ 08:41 pm
The story so far...  
The lovely Ripley Patton is collating a list of Sir Julius Vogel eligible stories and people for the SpecFic NZ website. She also asked whether Debbie or I were thinking of seeking nomination for an SJV for Best Newcomer. I replied that we're both a bit light on publications to date, but it did get me thinking. As a result I have compiled the following list of publications with links - and it's a lot longer than I expected it to be. This is largely due to me taking a while to realise that I've been quite busy recording and publishing podcast fiction, have had a few short stories published including two in anthologies, and have a bunch of rpg scenarios online too.



Short Stories written by me
No Hidden Costs in the A Foreign Country anthology from Random Static Press
The Tunnel a flash SF story on Wily Writers
Fire Safety a humorous flash piece on Every Day Fiction
Waste Not a humorous flash piece on AntiSF
Dead Weight a story with a twist on EDF
The Death Star of New Bethlehem a Christmas tale
Murray the Sex Machine a PG rated SF story published at Sentientonline.net and included in their first anthology
Solomon's Pearls a dark SF story published by Bluewood Publishing

Collaborative Works
The Event a collaborative novel available as a free download from lulu.com
A Foreign Country Podcast Promo - a podcast I organised, recorded the intro for and edited. Includes 2 stories from the anthology read by Richard Barnes and Angel Leigh McCoy

Podcasts of my stories (read by me)
Solomon's Pearls
EDF017 – DEAD WEIGHT written by Matt Cowens read by Matt Cowens [29-Mar-2010]
EDF039 –Fire Safety written by Matt Cowens read by Matt Cowens [08-Nov-2010]
The Tunnel

Podcasts I produced of other people's stories
The World that Couldn't Be by Clifford D Simack for Star Ship Sofa
The Spectre Bride by William Harrison Ainsworth for librivox.org
and for Every Day Fiction
EDF045: The Last Station written by JR Hume
EDF043: ONE IN FOUR SHOT written by Mickey Mills read by Matt Cowens [06-Dec-2010]
EDF044: THE INVESTIGATION written by Cat Rambo read by Matt Cowens [13-Dec-2010]
EDF042 – Tears Of The Android written by JR Hume read by Matt Cowens [29-Nov-2010]
EDF041 – Chain of Lies written by Catherine Nichols read by Matt Cowens [22-Nov-2010]
EDF040 – Blue Collar Boys written by Aaron Polson read by Matt Cowens [15-Nov-2010]
EDF038 – No Smoke Without Fire written by Debbie Cowens read by Matt Cowens [01-Nov-2010]
EDF037 – Ophidiophobia written by Deborah Winter-Blood read by Matt Cowens [25-Oct-2010]
EDF036 – Snowman written by Shaun Simon read by Matt Cowens [18-Oct-2010]
EDF035 – Shakespeare In My Pocket written by David Macpherson read by Matt Cowens [11-Oct-2010]
EDF030 – Fodder written by Paul Graham read by Matt Cowens [28-Jun-2010]
EDF029 – Building A Sparrow written by Chad Reddent read by Matt Cowens [21-Jun-2010]
EDF022 – Telephone Call written by James Bloomfield read by Matt Cowens [04-May-2010]
EDF020 – Ripples written by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks read by Matt Cowens [19-Apr-2010]
EDF018 – Code Mustard written by Chris Allinotte read by Matt Cowens [05-Apr-2010]
EDF013 – MR. STERNE written by Michael Tracy read by Matt Cowens [01-Mar-2010]
EDF009 – The Death Meter by Debbie Cowens read by Matt Cowens [01-Feb-2010]

Roleplaying Game Scenarios
Available at http://sdc.rpg.net.nz/
Circus Game - about the importance of family
Can We Go Home Now? - A crazy space adventure with little kids as protagonists
Focus Group - A modern game set at a TV station focus group
The Villain Wore Black by Matt and Debbie Cowens - A Victorian escapade replete with heroes and villains
The Ballad of Old Tusky - Some sort of crazy caveman game
To Live and Die in Japan - A modern day horror game following gaijin (foreigner) English teachers in Japan. d20 Modern system.
Mumford Hall - A horror game set in a University, using the Buffy the Vampire Slayer system.
Amnesia (SDC Winner 2003) - A simple, elegant mystery game
As editor and contributor
The Kapcon Scenario Sampler - available in paperback and download from lulu.com
 
 
 
Matt Cowensmattcowens on January 26th, 2011 12:54 am (UTC)
All the podcasts are downloadable mp3s, so you can listen to them on your iphone :-)