“Theories of Pain,” a flash story about a man who experienced pain as fruit, will appear in Daily Science Fiction. Yay!
Archive for the ‘short stories’ Category
Dear readers, As some of you know, roselemberg.net has been hacked recently. I have finished unhacking it today, but the price of this is the loss of my previous website theme/design. I have installed a clean, but basic theme. This is a temporary situation before I settle on a more permanent new look for roselemberg.net,
My Jewish magic realist short story “Seven Losses of Na Re”, which originally appeared in Daily Science Fiction, will be reprinted in Ann and Jeff Vandermeer’s feminist speculative fiction anthology.
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.
It is April 4th. Always I am late with those things, but their significance is not lessened by my tardiness. Seven years ago, on March 30th, Alan Dundes passed away while teaching his graduate folklore seminar. I wrote a flash piece, “Giant,” shortly after I started writing fiction, in March 2008, because I needed to
I guess this is an obligatory nominating post for your nominating considerations; here are All the Things I published in 2011. Short Fiction of 2011: “Held Close in Syllables of Light,” Beneath Ceaseless Skies, novelette. (If you know me, you know how important this one is to me!) “A Mother Goes Between,” Jabberwocky, short story.
“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
My story “A Mother Goes Between” is up at the new, online incarnation of Jabberwocky (Jabberwocky 6). It is a difficult and triggery story, but one I love very much, and I’m happy that Erzebet and Sean gave it a home. I’d love to hear what you think.
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,