Goodreads Book Giveaway Moving Forward by Jamie Lackey Giveaway ends March 31, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway

Moving Forward Giveaway!


My story about faith and music and loss and love “No More Than We Can Bear” is now available at Theme of Absence!

No More Than We Can Bear


I’m giving away two copies of Moving Forward on Goodreads! You can enter for a chance to win here!

Giveaway!



I’ll be doing a book signing at Assemble on Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh on March 12th from 7-9pm! I’ll have copies of One Revolution, and hopefully copies of Moving Forward, as well! There will be lots of other cool authors there, too, all with books to sign and sell! We’ll […]

Signing Event!


My zombie novella is now available to purchase in ebook and print versions! You can currently only grab the paperback on CreateSpace, but it should be available on Amazon soon. Thanks again to my awesome Kickstarter backers for their support!

Moving Forward Available to Purchase


My science story “Ambivalence of Memory” is available in the latest issue of Perihelion Online Science Fiction Magazine!

Ambivalence of Memory




Trying to decide what level to pledge on a Kickstarter project can be a lot of work, but no worries–I’m here to help! The lowest level is for $5. For the cost of a large latte, you can be immortalized in the acknowledgements of my novella! You will also win […]

More About Pledge Levels!


I’ve launched a Kickstarter project to raise funds to publish my zombie novella! If you’d like to check it out and pledge, you can do so here! This novella holds a pretty special place in my heart, and I really hope that I’m able to raise the funds to give […]

Moving Forward: A Novella of Life After Zombies



Triangulation: Steel Cities was meant to be the 2013 edition of the anthology. After many delays and trials and tribulations, it is finally available! It contains my story “The Building-King of Pittsburgh,” about a woman who can talk to buildings. I’m excited that it’s finally seeing the light of day!

The Building-King of Pittsburgh