My story “The Cold, Lonely Waters” is now free to read at Shimmer! Please check it out, along with Charlie Bookout’s sad, lovely story, “Birds on an Island”, from the same issue!
Happy March–here’s some new publication news! My story “The Cold, Lonely Waters” is available from Shimmer as of today. (It’ll be free online starting March 21.) I’m so excited to be in Shimmer, which is always so chock full of loveliness!
It’s up! “Good Night Moon, Good Night Air, Good Night Noises Everywhere“, a little slice of life in the wake of a very quiet sort of apocalypse. (Also a bit of an inside joke for myself revolving around the pun “moonsplaining”.) I hope you enjoy!
Holy wah, Hugo nominations are open already! My short fiction reading has fallen off in a pretty severe way the past few months, but I still read a lot of great things that came out last year. Take a look around, and then please point me at all the best things you read from 2016!… Continue reading 2016 awards reading
Putting these down somewhere so that I have some sense of accountability. In 2016, I wrote 27 short stories, 1 novelette, and 2 poems, edited one novel, and wrote another. Now that the kids are in preschool two morning a week–something that really helped me churn out the words during this fall and winter–I’m hoping… Continue reading 2017 writing goals
Coming soon – a post where I slobber over all the best SF&F that I read from this past year. But the much shorter list to write is my own award eligible work from 2016, when I made my first pro sale! Here are the big three that I had out this year. “Tomorrow’s World“,… Continue reading 2016 award eligibility post
… No. Because it IS shameful to look at a package deal that not only includes but centralizes a great big pile of white nationalism and say, “Yes, I’ll have that, please and thank you.” Because it’s shameful to demand, over and over again, that liberals “understand” them. Where do you think a… Continue reading “Stop shaming Trump voters!”