Tonight I’m making final revisions to my first new Delta Green short story in many years, “The Lucky Ones,” which will appear in the forthcoming anthology Delta Green: Extraordinary Renditions. It’s a grim New England ghost story and I’m really happy with it, happier than I’ve been with any short story in a long time.
One of the fringe benefits of marrying a fellow writer is getting terrific and very practical feedback on your drafts. Many thanks to my wife for reading this creepy tale and giving me the tools I need to finish it right.
This work calls for suitable mood music, which tonight is Leyland Kirby’s three-hour spooktacular album We Drink to Forget the Coming Storm, which is about as perfect a Delta Green album title as I can imagine.