“Copy Rights” at The Confabulator Cafe

My latest Confabulator Cafe short story “Copy Rights” is available. We were given the prompt “three steps to world peace.” For some reason, I thought of Ron Artest jumping in to the stands and punching a guy. Artest really has nothing to do with the story, but that’s how my writing goes sometimes.

In “Copy Rights,” a genius slacker invents human cloning technology in order to get out of his shifts at an insurance company call center. Unfortunately, his copy isn’t happy with the arrangement.

You can read the story here.

Also, if you are heading to ConQuest next month in Kansas City, be sure to keep an eye out for me. I’ll be serving on a couple of panels and will be having a joint reading with fellow Bottle Cap Publishing author R. L. Naquin. Brandon Sanderson and some guy name George R. R. Martin will be there as guests of honor. It’s always a good time.

Thank you to everyone who has bought All Manner of Dark Things, so far. It has been a lot of fun. I will be having a book signing at Hastings in Lawrence, KS on May 30th. Stop by if you are in the area.

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