I’m a fiction writer, blogger, and journalist. I have edited and published books, and I’ve published several short stories and hundreds of articles. My books include In Human Form (a novel), The Moaning Rocks and Other Stories, The Pelican in the Desert and Other Stories of the Family Farm (which I edited), and October Dreams, A Harvest of Horror (which I edited with Jeff Mason). I also wrote a Cliffs Notes on Willa Cather's My Antonia. I live with my wife Cheryl and son Sean in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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VideosIn Human Form Book Trailer
In Human Form is about an android named Wendy who loses her memory in a tragic accident. The few people who have guessed her identity lead her to believe she is human, but the plan backfires, putting Wendy and everyone who is close to her in danger.
A Friend of the Family
In a desolate future where practicing medicine is illegal, and Healers administer their own superstitious brand of healthcare, one doctor risks his life to treat the brother of a Healer.
Fans of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone will like this tale of a man's claustrophobic nightmare.
In Human Form
Wendy knows she’s different from her friends. She longs to fit in, but as hard as she tries, she can’t quite hide her strangeness. What Wendy’s friends don’t know, and what Wendy doesn’t remember, is that she is an android built for companionship by a marooned alien. But Wendy’s struggle for acceptance soon turns deadly when the wrong people learn her secret.
The Moaning Rocks and other stories
A collection of 13 short stories and 1 Novelette ranging from the commonplace to the bizarre. This collection showcases a wide range of David Kubicek's storytelling including contemporary, science fiction, and horror. Following each story is the author’s commentary on how it came to be written.
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Smashwords book reviews by David Kubicek
on Aug. 28, 2011
A page-turner. Red has everything a good story should have: twists and turns and surprises, characters we can identify with and cheer for, and a pace that makes us hunger for what is coming next. I hightly recommend it.