Fourth article out at LSQ‘s blog–this time about Christina Rossetti.
Contract signed–short story forthcoming with Broadswords and Blasters next year!
The 24th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition has come to a close–and my interactive story “I Should Have Been That I Am” is free to play on the Interactive Fiction Database. My first try at interactive fiction, examining an android’s conflict between predetermined and free choice.
Third article out for my column at the LSQ blog, A Woman Was Here–about G. Willow Wilson.
Positive review of my short story, “To Walk for the First Time” on SFF Reviews.
Second article out for my column at the LSQ blog, A Woman Was Here–on Margaret Cavendish!
My monthly column begins on the Luna Station Quarterly blog. Check out A Woman Was Here!
“To Walk for the First Time” is out–in Issue 35 of Luna Station Quarterly.
My book, The Green and Growing, has a cover and a release date!
Short story acceptance: “To Walk for the First Time” will be out in September!
Joined the Luna Station Quarterly blogging team. My monthly blog, “A Woman Was Here,” will start in September.
My new poem, “Upon Living One’s Whole Life in the Wilderness,” is available in Abyss & Apex’s latest issue. Read here.
Website updated. Now with a blog where I review the work of emerging and established speculative fiction artists!
In “X Marks the Spot,” a monthly column for The Book Smugglers, Charles Payseur recommends my story, “More Blood than Bone.” He includes the story among a list of other great stories celebrating resistance and hope. The story was published in the May 2018 issue of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, and Payseur also reviews it in his Quick Sip Review. You can read the story here.
Aqueduct Press accepted my novella The Green and Growing for publication in their Conversation Pieces series. Look for its release in late 2018 or early 2019!