The Winter Goblin Fruit is up, with glorious illustrations, beautiful work by Mat Joiner, Shweta Narayan, Alicia Cole, Ada Hoffmann, Sally Rosen Kindred, and others! I have two poems in this issue, both fragments from the Crow Epic – “The Journeymaker, Climbing” and “The Journeymaker to Keddar.” The latter is a love poem (of sorts),
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My magic realist poem “The Three Immigrations” about real and fantastic immigrations (and languages) is up at Strange Horizons. Many thanks to the SH team for giving it a home.
My queer mythic poem in three acts and a coda, “Between the Mountain and the Moon,” is up at Strange Horizons! It was written for Izlinda Hani Jamaluddin as a part of the Magick4Terri auction. It contains one of my favorite-ever lines, ” Every girl […] followed by suitors springing everywhere like moths from larvae”
1. I wrote a small poem about bees yesterday, and sold it also yesterday to Mitchell Hart’s new magazine, Through the Gate. Through the Gate will launch in August. The poem has no title and probably does not need one; it will be known by its first line, “if all of her would turn into bees.” 2. WISCON BOOKS:
The anthology is officially OUT, and available for purchase at the Aqueduct website! It will also be on sale during Wiscon, where we will be having a Moment of Change reading (WITH COOKIES), and it will be available to purchase from other outlets by the end of the month. I am so, so, so proud of this. Congratulations to
My story “Seven Losses of Na Re” is up today at the Daily Science Fiction website. There seems to be a debate at the Daily SF facebook page as to whether it’s genre at all. I’d rather not defend my story’s genre cred. But I hope you enjoy it nonetheless.
“Seven Losses of Na Re,” my magic realist short story about Soviet Jews, was sent to subscribers of Daily Science Fiction today. It will appear on the website a week later. And… Mythic Delirium 26 has been reviewed at Tor.com; my poem “The Journeymaker in Kestai” was among ones highlighted: Rose Lemberg’s “The Journeymaker in
Behold the cover in all its glory! So tremendously happy about this. The painting is by the wonderful Terri Windling. The table of contents is here! The anthology would be released at Wiscon; I have organized an open-mic reading (everyone is welcome to read!) – and will announce the details here when I have them.
“Held Close in Syllables of Light,” my clockpunk novelette set in Birdverse, just went live at Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It features three queer characters, secondary world Jews, automata, magic, and a curious mechanical box. It is a part of my novel in progress, The Earthkeepers. Incoherent babblings about the novelette are at my livejournal
I’m very proud of this. Putting this book together has been quite a journey. I cannot begin to tell you how much I love these poems. You can get a glimpse from the ToC as to how diverse the contents/contributors are, but you cannot truly see it just from the ToC, but trust me: this is