In VERY exciting news, I have a new story sale to announce! The wonderful team over at a new place called The Dread Machine has picked up my story "Mother's Love" (aka the blood squid story)!!! The Dread Machine launches on 31 October 2020 + publishes original and shared world fiction + does podcasty things. … Continue reading Coming soon: A new short story!!!!
Readout: Clarion West Write-A-Thon
The Clarion West Write-A-Thon, Clarion West's annual fundraiser, ended this past Friday! It started back on June 21, and ended on July 31. I signed up for the Write-A-Thon because I wanted to push myself to write a new draft of my first novel, which I had begun working on in late May/early June, and … Continue reading Readout: Clarion West Write-A-Thon
So You Want to Kickstarter A Genre Fiction Anthology: Stats You Should Know
Since it's been a while since I've done an analysis of Kickstarter-funded anthologies (aka back before I started this blog), I decided it was time for a new one. If life permits, I will try to make this an annual analysis. This post is long and very stats-heavy, because these are the kinds of questions … Continue reading So You Want to Kickstarter A Genre Fiction Anthology: Stats You Should Know
Clarion West Write-A-Thon!
I'm late to announce it here, but I'm participating in the Clarion West Write-A-Thon this year, which is an annual fundraiser for the Clarion West Writers' Workshop. It started June 21 and runs until the end of July, so I signed up for it as motivation to finish my rewrite of the "Courier Novel" (I'm … Continue reading Clarion West Write-A-Thon!
It's been a while since I've posted anything, so I decided to post about some of the projects I've been working on lately. Hopefully you're all faring well and staying safe in these pandemic times! I got pretty stir crazy the first few days after the stay-at-home order, but I gave myself a semblance of … Continue reading Update: Projects!
Story: San Cibernético
"San Cibernético" was my first published short story. It first appeared in the anthology The Internet Is Where The Robots Live Now, which was published on 12 November 2018 by Paper Dog Books.
Taro was almost to the Deep Belowdecks, almost free of Section RR, almost safe, when the científicos found him. Three of them sprung from a grimy hallway and tried to pin him down with rough, red-gloved hands.
"Just come with us quietly, and you won't have to worry about a thing, cariño," one of them said, her voice lilting and friendly.