Michael Hodges is currently eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for best new science fiction or fantasy writer.
He had six short stories published in 2012, and completed three novels. He is also represented by Laura Wood at FinePrint Literary.
When not writing, he is meticulously planning camping excursions to the wilds of the western United States.
Michael Hodges's Campbell-qualifying work:
Grangy - AE:The Canadian Science Fiction Review, Oct 2012
Seven Fish for Sarah - December 2012 issue of Penumbra Magazine
Other short stories published in 2012:
Storm Fronts - The Old, Weird South Anthology, December 2012.
Frequencies - Plasma Frequency Magazine, August 2012
Street Lamps and Carbaryl - Bards and Sages Quarterly, April 2012
Big, Blue Steel - Sparks Fantasy Anthology, February, 2012
For a complete bibliography, please visit his website, Michaelhodgesfiction.com