June 23, 2018

After the first foreign language publication of "Armageddon Rhapsody" (in Estonian) last year, the story is now published in English in the June issue of online magazine Soft Cartel. It's a free read.

May 25, 2018

Adriaan scored his first hat-trick: a story in three successive issues of the thrilling magazine Fantastische Vertellingen (Fantastic Stories). The third story "Cumberley Revisited", now in issue 46, seems to be based on his memories of the typical English manor stories. According to Adriaan the location must be somewhere between Brideshead and Waverley.

March 31, 2018

Adriaan's story "Vlucht 666 uit Azerbeidzjan" (flight 666 from Azerbeidzjan) was published in issue 134 of the pseudo normal Belgian magazine Portulaan. It's one of Adriaan's stories in which God appears as himself.

Feb 21, 2018

Another publication in speculative fiction magazine Fantastische Vertellingen issue 45. It is the story "Vijf Gasten Om Middernacht" (Five Visitors At Midnight), a horror tale with a light touch.

Dec 14, 2017

Issue 44 of the last remaining Dutch speculative fiction magazine Fantastische Vertellingen contains Adriaan's story "De Teloorgang Van Vyones" (The downfall of Vyons). Vyones, doesn't this ring a bell? It does, because the story is a homage to none other than Clark Ashton Smith, who put the famous magazine Weird Tales on the map, together with H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. We hope it will be translated in English some day.

Nov 29, 2017

Adriaan's story "Viimsepäeva Rhapsoodia" (Armageddon Rhapsody) has been published in the November issue of the Estonian online magazine Reaktor. According to Adriaan this is the first "Pax Robotica" story. If you happen to speak Estonian you may view the story HERE

Oct 4, 2017

Adriaan's mainstream story "De Bekering" has been published in the 3rd issue of 2017 of the Belgian-Ducth magazine Schoon Schip. Adriaan wrote it because a stupid tv item about literature irritated him.

Sep 24, 2017

Adriaan's story "Hello Kitty" appears as opening story in the 4th issue of 2017 of the Belgian magazine Portulaan. Reportedly based on memories of a failed attempt to study Physics.