Awards Eligibility Post 2022

I had one awards-eligible story published in 2022: "Bramblewilde," which appeared in Issue 47 of Uncanny Magazine. "Bramblewilde" is a Regency fairy tale focused on queerness, found family, and difficult family relationships. It's one that's especially close to my heart - and one I tried writing several different ways before finally hitting upon a version … Continue reading Awards Eligibility Post 2022

Support The Deadlands’ Kickstarter, and receive a story critique from me!

The Deadlands recently launched their Year 3 Kickstarter, running all this month through Halloween. The Deadlands is a speculative fiction magazine run by Elise Catherine Tobler, formerly of Shimmer. The Deadlands publishes "short stories, poems, and essays about the other realms, of the ends we face here, and the beginnings we find elsewhere." Last year … Continue reading Support The Deadlands’ Kickstarter, and receive a story critique from me!

“Bramblewilde” is now live at Uncanny Magazine!

"Bramblewilde" is now free to read on Uncanny Magazine's website! "Bramblewilde" has: One vine-covered cottageTwo members of fairy royaltyThree fake marriagesFour angry mothersThe greatest number of em-dashes ever used in a single story This is a story that's especially close to my heart, one I tried to tell several different ways that weren’t working before … Continue reading “Bramblewilde” is now live at Uncanny Magazine!

Support Uncanny’s Year 9 Kickstarter, and receive a manuscript critique from me!

Today, Uncanny Magazine launched their Kickstarter for Year 9, including their special 50th issue. Uncanny is a speculative fiction magazine run by Lynne and Michael Thomas, who put an incredible amount of hard work and passion into their promotion of the magazine and its contributors. My World Fantasy Award-nominated story "The Nine Scents of Sorrow" … Continue reading Support Uncanny’s Year 9 Kickstarter, and receive a manuscript critique from me!

“Bramblewilde” in Uncanny Issue 47

Uncanny Issue 47 is out - and look at that incredible cover! Seriously, I'm in love with this one. Issue 47 includes my story "Bramblewilde," a Regency fairy tale exploring class, gender, and rebellion (but, like, in a fun way). "Bramblewilde" has: One vine-covered cottageTwo members of fairy royaltyThree fake marriagesThe greatest number of em … Continue reading “Bramblewilde” in Uncanny Issue 47