This week, Ellen Datlow released her longlist of stories published in 2021 for Best Horror #14. I was incredibly surprised and thrilled to see my story "What Remains to Wake" was included in that list! "What Remains to Wake" was originally published in The Deadlands Issue 5, and is still available to read on their … Continue reading “What Remains to Wake” Recommended for Best Horror #14!
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
If you're reading for the 2021 Hugos, Nebulas, World Fantasy Awards, or any others... My one awards eligible story of 2021 is "What Remains to Wake," published this October in Issue 5 of The Deadlands, edited by E. Catherine Tobler. I'd be honored if you gave it a read!
This past weekend was the 2021 World Fantasy Convention, and I was so excited to get to attend virtually! My story "The Nine Scents of Sorrow" was nominated for the Best Short Fiction award this year, alongside several other amazing stories. The World Fantasy Convention was a hybrid convention this year; I didn't feel up … Continue reading World Fantasy Convention November 2021
The finalists for the 2021 World Fantasy Awards were announced last week, and I'm so shocked and excited to announce that my story "The Nine Scents of Sorrow" is a finalist for the Best Short Fiction award! "The Nine Scents of Sorrow" originally appeared in Issue 35 of Uncanny Magazine last year. I'm among some … Continue reading “The Nine Scents of Sorrow” is a Finalist for the World Fantasy Awards!