I sold a short mythic poem titled “A Riddler at Market” to Uncanny Magazine. It’s short, homey, and has many food items. It’s dedicated to Delia Sherman and Ellen Kushner, and it’s a part of AoE backer rewards. Very happy about this!
My Birdverse novelette “Grandmother-nai-Leylit’s Cloth of Winds” is out at Beneath Ceaseless Skies. This story has queer families (a cultural default for Khana women), and striving for acceptance within the family; it has generations of women and trans people, and friendships, and autism, and very many bonus carpets. It takes place in the south, and
The Queers Destroy Science Fiction! Special issue of Lightspeed Magazine is out and available for purchase with new stories, flash, non-fiction articles, and interviews. My full-length short story, “How to Remember to Forget to Remember the Old War,” is available as an exclusive ebook/print content. I also have an author spotlight in this issue! (Some
Today’s mail included a hefty package from PM Press. Inside was my contributor’s copy of Sisters of the Revolution, edited by Ann and Jeff Vandermeer. And here, between James Tiptree, Jr.’s “The Screwfly Solution” and “The Evening, the Morning, and the Night” by Octavia E. Butler, is my little story. This happened. This really, really
“Stalemate” podcast is live on Glittership! It’s the seventh episode – I am so happy to have this podcast around, and have loved the choices Keffy has made so far. “Stalemate” was originally published in Lackington’s, which has just received a very well-deserved Prix Aurora Award Nominee in “Best Related Work – English” category.
When Unlikely Story first announced their “Journal of Unlikely Academia” issue, I thought it would great to write for it. But I could not write anything until I read Amal El-Mohtar’s wonderful short story “Pockets,” in Uncanny Magazine. Warda, a music librarian, is one of the characters. When I talked to Amal about this story,
This discussion started on Twitter, and I am moving it here because I feel this is a developing and gray area of publishing. Question is: are locked works posted on Patreon for pay considered published? Responses from SFWA-qualifying markets, from 2014, are collated here. (I just saw this link when Amal mentioned it on Twitter).
My magic realist memoir, “These are the Roads that Loop and Entwine me” is up at the Bahamut website. Bahamut is a print journal, but my story is one of the two pieces from the inaugural issue which are also published online (the other is Alvaro Zinos-Amaro’s “The Romance of Flying on Dead Languages.”) I
M Sereno highlighted my poem “Long Shadow” in her heartfelt entry Out of Fracture. I am very grateful to see my poem included among so many of my favorite pieces. I promised to let you know when the podcast of “Long Shadow” goes live. Here it is at Strange Horizons, together with poems by John
Ten years. A decade. A life. Alan Dundes was the first person – and the only mentor I’ve had – who saw me as a whole human being. In him, I had someone who accepted me as I was, who was interested in me as myself, not a construct in his mind. He made me