Just in time for the holiday shopping season, my little story about a store that doesn’t like to stay in one place, or sell the usual sorts of things.
My short story, Offgrid, just appeared in Three-Lobed Burning Eye today.
I can’t actually play many video games – most of them tend to make me rather dizzy – but that hasn’t prevented me from wondering what it would be like to live in one most of the time.
A new issue of Goblin Fruit is out, and with it, my poem Feather.
Feather is a companion piece to another poem with the same format, Snowmelt. The third and (probably) final piece will appear in an upcoming issue of Goblin Fruit. I will probably have much more to say about these interlinked poems then.
It’s no secret that Through the Gate is one of my favorite publications, despite its tiny size and irregular appearances. Each little poem in the zine shines like a tiny jewel, and I highly, highly recommend checking out the rest of the issue.
Just a quick note to say that I am currently at Loncon 3. The noise levels are already a bit distressing for me (I get dizzy) so I will probably mostly be at the fringes of the con, except for my sole panel (which is happening during the Masquerade) but if you are also on the fringes, do feel free to come up and wave in my general direction or chat.
Beans and Lies just went up at Daily Science Fiction. It’s quite short, I promise. And it’s almost a fairy tale. Almost.