My first poetry collection, Marginalia to Stone Bird, is forthcoming from Aqueduct Press in January 2016. And here is the cover! The stone bird photograph is by the Belarusian photographer Aleksei Kruglenya.
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I have been quite sick for a while and on top of that, moving, but I have two new things to report. First, will have a letter in Letters to Tiptree from Twelfth Planet Press; it’s about translations of feminist SF, samizdat, and more. Thrilled to see the collection – the full ToC is here.
I’ve signed the contract, so this can be announced: I’ve sold a reprint of my Strange Horizons prose poem, “The Rotten Leaf Cantata,” to Queers Destroy Horror! special issue of Lightspeed. I’m very grateful to Bogi Takács, Sofia Samatar, Shweta Narayan, and Sonya Taaffe for their support of this poem and of my work. Thus
At long last, here’s the table of contents announcement for the poetry chapbook focusing on forgotten figures in science and technology, Spelling the Hours! This chapbook is one of the bonuses for the forthcoming An Alphabet of Embers anthology. The chapbook is very cool – different styles, people, time periods – but I think that
I am thrilled to announce that I sold my first poetry collection, titled Marginalia to Stone Bird, to Aqueduct Press. It includes forty-six reprinted and nine original poems, and it will appear in the Conversation Pieces series. I’m really happy with this. I loved working with Aqueduct for my first edited anthology, The Moment of
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!
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
I have assorted news to report today, including one of epic nature. My curse poem “Beastwoman’s Snarled Rune,” aka the Monsterpoem (first published in Bull Spec 4, 2010), will be reprinted in Angels of the Meanwhile, an anthology to benefit PopeLizbet. My essay “On the pitfalls of merit,” published on this blog last year, will
I am pleased to announce that two of my short poems have been nominated for the Rhysling award this year: “Dualities” in Mythic Delirium “Landwork” in Goblin Fruit There are still a few days left to nominate poems for the Rhysling, so I am linking a post by Bogi Takács on Stone Telling poems eligible
Today, my poem “Archival Testimony Fragments/minersong” has become available for free in the second issue of Uncanny. I am very happy with this poem, a piece in the Boundless Universe; and it already garnered two positive reviews (that I have seen). Lisa at Over the Effing Rainbow writes: The structure of this poem did, I