A short soft horror story, In Absentia, has been accepted by The Horrorzine published by Jeani Rector. In Absentia is in the point of view of a man who thought he had amnesia but realises with horror that he is the imaginary friend of a little girl. There are twists – of course.
Steve Upham at Screaming Dreams is putting together a Christmas edition of horror stories. He has accepted Patent NonScience in which a young Einstein discovers unRelativity during his time in the Patent Office in Geneva.
Both stories have been critiqued at Cafe Doom and in the Orbiters crit group of the British Science Fiction Association.