Here’s some pieces that I’ve particularly enjoyed over the last week, as well as pointers to some recent publications of my own.
Posted in 2013, free fiction, online fiction, podcasts
Tagged amid the words of war, apex magazine, ben burgis, broad universe, cast of wonders, che guevera, drabblecast, e. lily yu, eliza hirsch, eric marsh, gail z. martin, j.j. roth, jake kerr, kate baker, kimberly long-ewing, liz argall, logic and magic in the time of the boat lift, near+far, rachel swirsky, roxanne bland, were-gator
Back when I was first approached about the Fathomless Abyss, it involved an initial story and a later novella. Sure, I said, and whacked out a story for the first Fathomless Abyss book, TALES FROM THE FATHOMLESS ABYSS. It was “A Querulous Flute of Bone”, which I based on an O.Henry story, and which I think is one of my best stories to date. If you don’t believe me, spring for the 99 cent download and tell me if I’m wrong.
Posted in Books, Writing
Tagged a cavern ripe with dreams, a seed on the wind, fathomless abyss, joe lansdale, lovecraft, novella, o. henry, rachel swirsky, william s. burroughs, writing novellas
Why Cat’s been scarce of late.
Posted in 2012, clarion west, daily life, Seattle, write-a-thon
Tagged clarion west, gavin grant, kelly link, productivity, rachel swirsky, s. hutson blount, summer, the importance of backups, write-a-thon, writeathon