After a brief flurry of stories when I first started writing, I gave up short fiction except for specially commissioned work for franchises and other nice little earners from time to time. The ideas that I once turned into shorts became either novels or comics. In the time it takes me to write a short, I can write a third of a novel, or two comics, or several levels of a game, or even a complete script.
Up to now, shorts haven't paid enough to be worth the time, but now that independent publishing has rewritten the rule book on what's possible, and there are so many formats and ways to deliver stories to readers — text, audio, audio drama — that short fiction is thriving again. And it's pretty exciting to have those opportunities.
Some of the stories are available as an anthology, VIEW OF A REMOTE COUNTRY,
in e-book and paperback. The full list of shorts (or at least the ones I can definitely link to a publication) is here.