(The collection does not include the two Decalog stories (which were Doctor Who tales, hence BBC copyright, not mine) but does have one story previously unpublished anywhere else. Go on, you know you want to. )
- The story behind Jeapes Japes [external link to upcoming4.me]
- Japes joy – on reading a review of my entire short story output for the first time
- Digital cats come out tonight, in Digital Dreams, edited by David Barrett, NEL, 1990. ISBN 0-450-53150-3.
- Memoirs of a publisher, Interzone 43 (January 1991): 14th in readers’ poll.
- Crush, Interzone 68 (February 1993): 3rd= in readers’ poll.
- Getting rid of Teddy, Interzone 76 (October 1993): 8th= in readers’ poll.
- The Data Class, Interzone 80 (February 1994): 9th in readers’ poll. This has been my best selling story to date: read and enjoy!
- Giantkiller, Interzone 89 (November 1994): 12th in readers’ poll.
- The Robson Strain, Interzone 97 (July 1995): 8th= in readers’ poll.
- Spoilsport, Substance no. 1 (Winter 1994).
- Timevault, DECALOG 3: Consequences, Virgin Publishing, 1996. ISBN 0-426-20478-6.
- Cathedral No. 3, Interzone 113 (November 1996): 46th= in readers’ poll, but what do they know?
- The Grey People, Substance no. 4 (Winter 1996).
- Wingèd Chariot, Interzone 118 (April 1997): 27= in readers’ poll.
- Heritage, DECALOG 4: Re: Generations, Virgin Publishing, 1997. ISBN 0-426-20505-7.
- Pages out of order, Fantasy and Science Fiction, September 1997.
- The Fireworker, Altair, issue 1.
- Trial by Alien, Odyssey, issue 3.
- Correspondents, Aboriginal SF, Summer 1998. The story that inspired my novel Time’s Chariot. Read and enjoy!
- Go with the Flow, Interzone 142 (April 1999).