Jon Forceton & Recent Publications


Jon Forceton

lives in New England,

captures images and writes prose and poetry.

Former business owner,

degrees in physics and marketing,

working for a lifetime to complete two novels,

contemporary fiction and science fiction, much of which is no longer fiction,

as well as a themed collection of poems on wind and water, The Beaufort Chronicles.

 Often found writing, reading, photographing, playing tennis, cycling, sailing and kayaking.

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These works have been or will be published.

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The Perfect and the Calm and Full Moon Racing by
Victorian Press and Journal in Karen Kelsey’s Summer 2010 Journal

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Poems published in  Every Day Poets

Whitewater Moment, June 26 , 2010

Windsurf Lesson, August 4, 2010

Kite String, January 29, 2011,

Whispers In Its Silence, July 16 2011

Whitewater Moment and Windsurf Lesson will appear in the second Every Day Poets print anthology in 2011.

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Windsurf by A Handful of Stones on June 7, 2010

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Refined Reflections, Waiting Game and Impulse Control, now in the poetry section of Abandoned Towers Magazine

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Full Moon Racing reprint,

Prelude – Unleashed Raw Cold Power and Unleashed Raw Cold Power

in Pamela Tyree Griffin’s, The Shine Journal’s,September 2010 issue

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Purple and Bee, my first published image, appears in the October 2010 issue of The Shine Journal

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Marketing 101: Robotic Eyes, a flash fiction SF story, appeared in Everyday Weirdness on October 1, 2010

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Kraken’s Cavity, a lighthearted horror flash story for Halloween, appeared on MicroHorror.com, October 17, 2010.

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The poem, Pieces With No Edge, is in issue 411 of Bewildering Stories, December 6, 2010.

The short historical fiction story from the South Pacific in 1521, Matuu and The Sail, appears in, Bewildering Stories, issue 428, April, 25 2011.

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