Upcoming plans and publications for 2014.
Posted in 2014, podcasts, publications, travel
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There’s plenty of room left in my upcoming online classes. The big news is that I will be guest-editing the Women Destroying Fantasy issue of Lightspeed. We are still working out details, but it will be open subs. I provided … Continue reading
Tina Conolly’s lovely podcast, Toasted Cake, has run “Coyote Barbie“.
EscapePod has a new story up, “Grandmother.”
If you enjoyed my story “Love, Resurrected,” I hope you’ll consider voting for it as a reader favorite over on Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
I have been noticing a lot of these over the last couple of months, and I was going to skip it, but then I was totting up the publications from last year, and I’m proud of the fact that I … Continue reading
Posted in flash fiction, free fiction, online fiction, publications, Writing
Tagged 10flash, abyss & apex, apex magazine, basement stories, beneath ceaseless skies, bull spec, clarkesworld magazine, crossed genres, daily science fiction, fathomless abyss, intergalactic medicine show, lightspeed magazine, subversions, victoria woodhull
The Forbidden Stitch has appeared on 10 Flash. I believe “Bots d’Amor” will be appearing soon in Abyss & Apex and “The Immortality Game” in Fantasy Magazine. Scott Andrews mentioned he’s thinking of using the Beneath Ceaseless Skies piece, Love Resurrected, as a podcast. Continue reading
Posted in blogging, Books, daily life, freelancing, Writing
Tagged 10 flash quarterly, abyss & apex, beneath ceaseless skies, bots d'amor, fantasy magazine, love resurrected, podcasts, scott andrews, the forbidden stitch, the immortality game
My story, Love Resurrected, is up at Beneath Ceaseless Skies. I’m particularly happy about that publication because I’ve known its publisher and editor, Scott Andrews, since the magazine was just a crazy idea floating around in Scott’s head. He’s done an amazing and beautiful job with it, and I’ve watched its progress with interest because it’s publishing some of the best stuff around (in my opinion). The story’s based in the world of many of my other pieces, but it’s across the sea from the port of Tabat, where most of them take place. If you’d like some hint of the subject matter, the original title was “The Zombie General”. Continue reading
I loved Kris Dikeman’s Silent, Still and Cold in Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It has a high fantasy sensibility mixed with zombies, which always seems like a win-win to me. Also in this month’s issue is Jesse Bullington’s The Adventures of Ernst, Who Began a Man, Became a Cyclops, and Finished A Hero. Continue reading
Posted in free fiction, online fiction
Tagged abyss & apex, ada milenkovic brown, alex dally mcfarlane, alter s. reiss, amal el-mohtar, beneath ceaseless skies, c.j. cherryh, colum paget, corinne duyvis, crossed genres, daily science fiction, gavin grant, high fantasy, j. kathleen cheney, jesse bullington, joselle vanderhooft, ken scholes, kij johnson, kindle, kristine dikeman, lightspeed magazine, mythpunk, online fiction, peter m. ball, philip brewer, redstone science fiction, rose lemberg, shweta narayan, strange horizons, tanith lee, therese arkenburg, tor.com, vylar kaftan, zombies
A look at 2010, including fantasy and SF short story publications and podcasts, and some hints about stuff forthcoming in 2011. Continue reading
Posted in Armageddon, daily life, podcasts, publications
Tagged 2020 visions, beneath ceaseless skies, bill moran, clockwork fairies, clockwork phoenix, crossed genres, daily science fiction, endeavour award, every day fiction, expanded horizons, gregory manchess, lightspeed, Mbrane, mike allen, redstone science fiction, rick novy, steampunk, tor.com