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:
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My epic-length poem in three acts, “Between the Mountain and the Moon,” will appear in Strange Horizons. This is the poem I wrote for the Magic4Terri metamorphosis auction; here’s a detailed entry about the making of an artist’s book that incorporates this poem. I am glad. This is the last shapechangers poem (and very likely
June seems to be a month for good news. I sold a 14k novelette, “Their names held close in syllables of light,” to Beneath Ceaseless Skies. This story will introduce readers to to my epic fantasy world, Birdverse, and to my novel in progress 🙂 I’ve been working on Birdverse for the last four years,
My epic poem “In the Third Cycle” (the one that recently won the Rannu competition) has sold to Strange Horizons. And here’s a short prose poem of mine, “ If I had reb Yoel’s violin,” at the first issue of inkscrawl.