It's that time of year again: time to make a list of the work I had published during the year. (That's all an eligibility post is, really: a list of your work that was first published during the current year.) I had two new stories published this year: THE MORTHOUSE – in The Deadlands #12. Read the issue… Continue reading My awards eligible work for 2022
From Gallery of Curiosities. So thrilled to have my story in the anthology and on the podcast!
Here is my latest story written for R.B. Wood's Word Count Podcast. You can hear me read this story too. Listen to the episode. COME AND SEE Every night when Leyla falls asleep in her bunk aboard her parents’ old space freighter, she hugs Bear close. She burrows her face into Bear’s plush grey fur… Continue reading Read my story “Come and See” from THE WORD COUNT PODCAST
My story "The Guitar Hero" (about a rock'n'roll exorcism... sort of) is now available for your listening pleasure at Podcastle. It is brilliantly narrated by Setsu Uzume. Listen to The Guitar Hero. This story was originally published in Kaleidotrope, and I received a very important, riff-related assist when writing it from guitarist Graham Greene.
This made my day. Author Fran Wilde (author of so many fabulous books and stories, including the Bone Universe trilogy) mentions my story The Root Cellar from Beneath Ceaseless Skies in this wonderful list of books and stories!
Hello! Eachyearfornearly adecade, I’ve posted mostly bi-annual lists (this one’s from July) of some of my reading, as well as projects I’ve worked on. It gives me a chance to look back at the year, my reading and work, and what has struck me as especially powerful. This is the final 2018 version — however, the list is, as always, incomplete, sometimes spelled funny, and not in any order except category…*
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So! Reading suggestions – both mine and others. Whether you’re a SFWA member or not, you should absolutely check out the recommended Nebula reading list for many more than I can list here. Same goes for the Hugo Spreadsheet, organized by Renay, and the Hugo wiki here
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The latest episode of R.B. Wood's Word Count Podcast featured the following story prompt: You can listen to the episode, and if you're at ReaderCon you can check out a bunch of authors from the Word Count Podcast at a live-reading. I won't be there, but you should definitely go hang out if you can.… Continue reading Read my flash story “Sunlit Surface, Depths Below”, written for R.B. Wood’s Word Count Podcast
Read a brand new interview with me at author Eden Baylee’s website! Thanks so much to Eden for having me.
I don’t recall the exact moment I connected with poet and author, Maria Haskins. All I know is she has been extremely supportive of my work, and when I dug a bit deeper, I was not surprised to learn how talented she is.
For the past couple of months, we have both read for The Word Count Podcast, and it’s made me appreciate Maria’s stories and writing style.
I’m very happy to offer Maria a forum to share of herself and her books on Eden’s Exchange.
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Welcome Maria! Let’s start with a personal question. Tell readers about your greatest extravagance.
Probably books and food. I buy books all the time, though luckily these days a lot of them are ebooks so they’re not as expensive as they once were. Plus, I enter any and all sweepstakes and giveaways for book that I like to fuel…
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