About Malon Edwards

Malon Edwards has been writing short stories since he was eight years old. His first story was about two astronauts who take a rocket ship to the Moon, where one decides to stay, all alone.

Panic Twice, Spin

November 3rd, 2015|

Mothership Zeta, the new fun fun fun magazine is now live with Issue 1, which includes my story, "Panic Twice, Spin". Did I mention it's a fun story? I usually write serious stories. This is my first fun one. It has a little robot girl who uses her b-girl break-dancing skills to fight off zombie-ninjas, [...]

Why There’s a Crockpot Full of Collard Greens in My Cyberfunk

October 20th, 2015|

I can't remember exactly when Milton Davis first mentioned putting together a cyberfunk anthology, but I knew I had to submit a story. Cyberpunk is my first literary love, a relationship that began with William Gibson’s Neuromancer. It didn’t start as an easy relationship. I first picked up Gibson’s novel in high school, and it [...]

My Reptile Mind —That Wonderful, Hedonistic Thing of Mine

February 16th, 2015|

That's one of my favorite lines from my short story, "Into the Breach." Speaking of "Into the Breach", the podcast reading for the story is now live over at Escape Pod. It's narrated by the wonderful Mandaly Louis-Charles, who runsSweet Coconuts, a Haitian Creole language and resource site. It's quite fitting that Mandaly is narrator, considering I used [...]

Second Long Hidden Anthology Announced

February 16th, 2015|

I'm putting this here for an early signal boost, and to remind myself to submit when it opens. Crossed Genres publisher Bart Lieb  announced today a second Long Hidden anthology is planned for publication. Mikki Kendall and Campbell Award winner Sofia Samatar will co-edit the new anthology. Stories will feature protagonists less than 18 years old, and be set prior to [...]