New uploads at InterNova

Apart from my own short story “The End of All Days” I’ve just uploaded the following new stories in the fiction section of InterNova:

David Hontiveros (Philippines): Kaming Mga Seroks 

Justin Isis (Japan): The Willow

A lot of new stuff – including new nonfiction, a category somewhat neglected by InterNova for a while – is just in the pipeline with our proofreaders and will be uploaded as soon as possible. Have a look occassionally.


Reading and concert in Virtuelles Köln, Second Life

I have just been invited to two further events in Second Life. From June 10. to 17. a science fiction week takes place in Virtuelles Köln (Virtual Cologne) , a 3D community project based on Second Life that is a kind of a virtual counterpart to the real city Cologne. I have been asked to take part both as a science fiction writer and as an electronic musician. On Wednesday, June 13., 20:00 local time I will read from my works. On Saturday, June 16., 20:00 local time I will play live.

Further news will be posted in time here at my homepage or on the Virtuelles Köln website.

Five continent reading in Second Life

As we say in Germany: Great events throw their shadows ahead. On May 5th an event will take place in Thorsten Küper’s and Kirsten Riehl’s steampunk location Kafé Kruemelkram that may be unique in the history of Second Life: Five science fiction writers from five continents, all writing in English, will read from their works live. I’ll be honoured to take the part of Europe and read one of my English stories. The other invited writers are:

For Asia: Guy Hasson (Israel)

For Africa: Jonathan Elorm Dotse (Ghana)

For South America: Gustavo Bondoni (Argentina)

For North America: Ahmed A. Khan (Canada)

Please refer to my hompage or to Thorsten Küper’s blog for further information which will follow soon.

Update: Cyberpunk Summit in Wuppertal

We’re now entering the hot phase in the preperation and promotion of the next Cyberpunk reading, taking place in Wuppertal next month. All informationen about this event are here on this flyer, created by artist and writer Christian Günther (who, of course, takes part in the event). Feel free to share this graphic and information.