I am currently working on sociological SF series and a series of speculative fiction novels set in an alternate 1950's New England.
“You can wait on the ship.” I said to the boy, who was only 11. “Nothing is expected of you here or on any world I travel to. You are a Corpsman Prospect, Strath Gestae, not a Corpsman. You don’t have any grown siblings on this world; there’s no one you need to meet.” The young face that was half mine studied me with dark eyes. Unlike the other children stolen from me, this boy had never been taught to lie ....
"Planet 38" is the second of my short-story-a-week (ala Ray Bradbury) stories to be published. (The first -- a prequel to this one -- was "No Woman, No Plaything" in Kaleidotrope.) It is set in the same universe as "The World in his Throat".
"The World in his Throat" is a story about how future reproductive technology succeeds in colonizing the galaxy: "No Woman, No Plaything" and "Planet 38" are about the sociological consequences of when it doesn't.