Monthly Archives: July 2014

Kickstarter of the Week: Lynne Thomas and Uncanny Magazine, Year One!

Why should you be interested in a new SFF e-magazine? Because they’re offering fantastic work by wonderful authors, including authors representing marginalized voices. Because their payment rates are substantially higher than industry standard. And because Lynne M. Thomas, EIC of the magazine, … Continue reading

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Residency is almost done!

It’s been amazing to spend the last 8 days with intelligent, motivated and active writers. During this time I’ve taken one story off of my production list (The Great Red Strike is indefinitely sidelined for a LOT of work) and … Continue reading

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Here’s The Thing, Trans People Exist: An Open Letter To Cathy Brennan

Originally posted on Fuck The Cistem:
“Maybe this just isn’t worth it,” I muttered under my breath, sprawled across the road, longing for a car to put a stop to this tired self-doubt. From my experience of being trans, the…

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Hello from Residency!

I’ve had some technical difficulties keeping me from reporting the last few days, but I’ve been having a fantastic time living and working with other writers both in my genre (fiction) and others – and in fact, the majority of … Continue reading

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Progress Report: Pre-Residency

Right now I have four works in progress, not counting secret projects that I’m not talking about yet (and yes, every writer has some of those!). Crossworlds: 50% finished. This is my first novel in the Veronica Gray universe – … Continue reading

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Twenty Minute Fiction: You Touch the Bowl

The room is entirely too quiet. You move toward the strange altar with three fish holding up a bowl. There’s no water inside the bowl, but you put your hand close to it anyway. As you pull back, you’re tingling. … Continue reading

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Short Stories for MFA

I submitted the first of my short stories for the MFA workshop – obviously this one is “The Great Red Strike,” because story #2 hasn’t been written yet. I have some images for story #2, but the story as a … Continue reading

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