I’m delighted to share the first story for Robot Dinosaur Fiction, Rachael K. Jones’ adorable, feels-inducing “Five Functions of Your Bionosaur.” It has a terrific illustration by Rhiannon R-S, too! This story hatches a summer of flash fiction about robot dinosaurs, from a fantastic line-up of authors and artists. 😀 We have a Kickstarter running… Read More Welcome to ROBOT DINOSAURS!
Pretty sure at this point I will just ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ at the idea of reading everything I want in a given month at this point, so let’s move on! 😀 Here are a handful of stories I read in April and loved. Please enjoy! 50 Ways To Leave Your Fairy Lover by Aimee Picchi (Fireside) A practical… Read More A Few Favorite Fictions: April 2018
What is good in life? ROBOT DINOSAURS! I’m delighted to announce the official launch of a Kickstarter to fund a summer of robot dinosaur fiction by a fantastic line-up of authors and artists! So what is this project? Robot Dinosaur Fiction! is a virtual anthology: each Friday from May through August, 2018, a new flash… Read More ROBOT DINOSAURS! Kickstarter is live!
February is a bit of a blur and I didn’t read nearly as much as I wanted, so I decided to combine that month with March. (And let’s be real, I still didn’t read as much as I wanted. But What’s glorious about fiction is that it doesn’t expire. 😀 I can continue to work… Read More A Few Favorite Fictions: February and March 2018
A short SF story about an artificial neural network who wants to be sure you are drinking enough water.… Read More it me, ur smol
Favorite stories readin January 2018!… Read More A Few Favorite Fictions: January 2018
Language is a marvelous thing. It’s fluid, it changes over time, it allows people to communicate in a myriad of ways. It gives us storytelling and love. Language, in all its many forms and transcendent qualities, is what ties us together as a species. Language has always been co-opted by oppressors in an effort to… Read More My Identity Is Political and I Will Not Be Silent
With 2018 on the horizon, I feel a little like Dante surfacing from the circles of Hell and looking at Virgil and being like, “What the fuck, dude?!” Yeah, 2017 was A Thing That Happened. It had a lot of bad. A lot. But it also had quite a few good things, and it’s important to… Read More 2017 In Review: Words and Games
A list of some of my favorite short fiction published in 2017!… Read More Some Awesome Stories From 2017
Short fiction published in 2017 that is eligible for awards.… Read More Awards Eligibility 2017