Below is the list of Storm Humbert’s published writing still available online. Works are listed in reverse order of publication.

Magic Hands

Proof of Magic

Stolen Sky (Press Release can be found here)

  • “It was beautifully written. Caught me right from the opening, and I felt like I was in the hands of a real professional all the way.” – David Farland
  • “This starts off with so much hope, so much joy and wonder at discovering new things, but ends on such a bittersweet note. That last line… oof.” – Goodreads Review
  • “This is a gently melancholy story, beautifully written, with many poetic descriptions. It addresses the issue of cultural appropriation in a calm and thoughtful manner.” – Tangent Online
  • “A great moral fairytale on colonization, giving a snapshot of how it might feel to be completely dominated by another race, or in this case species. Sad ending. I wish there was some hope brought in here, but given what the story is, I suppose that’s not to be expected.” – Liz Buzby


  • “Verum” is a bittersweet tale about friendship and the human condition. The narrative’s feel is somber and, as a result, it was a little slower-paced than expected but still a very good read.” – Tangent Online
  • “A gestalt to be worked at. As I do. But did I read this, or did I dream it, or did I actually live it for real till the very edge of the black hole? The fireflies and coyotes et al. The characters of the two drug-pushers, and their interface of motives, are compellingly told…” – The Des Lewis Gestalt Real-Time Reviews

Master Brahams (with author interview by Andrea Johnson)

  • “It’s creepy and it’s a fascinating kind of whodunit, and it’s certainly worth checking out. A fun read!” – Charles Payseur
  • “I’ve read plenty of stories about clones, but I don’t recall ever seeing one about how a clone would psychologically cope with being a clone before. This is fresh, fascinating territory.” – SFF Reviews

Wet Blood and Garnet Stones, originally published in Andromeda Spaceways but reprinted in the Storyteller’s Series print edition and available for free HERE.