I’m proud to announce that my story, “There’s an Art To It,” is now available over at Diabolical Plots. It’s a bit of a darker story, and stranger, but I hope that doesn’t deter you. On a personal note: as someone who uses the Submissions Grinder on a regular basis, seeing myself at the top … More New story: Available Today!
First, some news: A new poem, “The Opposite of Time,” will be appearing in the inaugural issue of Haven Speculative. This one’s a personal favorite (a sonnet about time travel), and I’m looking forward to seeing it appear. The rest of the magazine looks pretty fantastic, too, so definitely check it out–should be available this … More November goes in circles
October is shaping up to be poetry-specific! While I’ve been posting to social media all this week as new content drops, here’s the official list of what you can expect from me this month, starting with what’s available now: “Droplets,” a free-verse poem about alternate dimensions and neon cities, is now available at Penumbric Speculative … More Verse and More Verse
My story, “Thirty-Three Kilometers from Kiev,” is now online at Cossmass Infinites! “As she watched Dmytro from the back of the truck, she missed her grandmother more keenly than usual. She didn’t regret her marriage, and he’d been essential in saving their little town. It was true, though; her husband had changed …” The issue … More Cossmass Infinites #6 now available
…is me. So I’ve been lax at updating this blog (as usual), thinking “Oh, I’ll update when I have some news to share.” Well, consider me sufficiently motivated to set down my coffee and type this out. “Foster-Child of Silence and Slow Time,” my story in the Zombies Need Brains anthology My Battery Is Low … More August News: WSFA Small Press finalist
Hey all–hope you’re all doing well. We’ve been keeping busy here, as best we can, and in the interest of sharing new news (or, at least, news as I have it): I’ve sold a story, “Thirty-Three Kilometers from Kiev,” to Cossmass Infinities! This will be in a forthcoming issue of that magazine. I don’t have … More May News: New story coming, and a second helping
Happy Spring! Hope everyone’s doing well. Checking in with two bits of news: * My story, “Techniques for Folding Time and Space to Fit Into Your Nightstand,” is live over at Departure Mirror. I’m a big fan of what this new magazine has been doing, so I’m elated to be a part of it. Check … More News: A story, and award nomination
I wrote poetry / with the hope that you would see / it. This is that day. 01 January 2021: my poem “Vineyard before dawn” appeared in Issue 44.1 of Star*Line. The issue will net you dozens of fantastic speculative poems, even beyond Page 34. I highly recommend you check it out. 15 January 2021: … More Poetry Roundup—Feb 2021
….well, that was a year that happened, huh? While it was about as interesting of a time as I ever hope to experience, I can at least say that some words of mine made it successfully from my laptop and into the hands of editors. For your consideration, then, these are they: Fiction Three stories … More 2020 Roundup and Awards Post
I’ve been a bit lax in keeping this page up to date, but here we go: My poem, “Upon the Climbing of a Topless Tower,” appeared in Silver Blade in August. It’s a villanelle (so, 19 lines)–but don’t think poorly of it, please. My poem, “That is not what I meant at all,” is part … More Poetry news!