Happy Kickstarter analysis day! This post contains my analysis of all the successful anthology Kickstarters that happened in 2022, and builds on some of the data gathering I talked about in my analyses of anthology campaigns in 2020 and 2021. What's in this post? My methodology Maps Charts Number crunching Thoughts Analysis Comparisons to 2020 … Continue reading Kickstarter Anthologies in 2022
2022 Awards Eligibility Post
Since my last forthcoming publication of 2022 is now out, it's time for my annual awards eligibility post! 2022 was very exciting for me on the writing and translation front. Several of my stories and original translations were published, and an anthology I co-edited for The Dread Machine was released, too! Please consider the following … Continue reading 2022 Awards Eligibility Post
Review: The Saint of Witches
I recently picked up Avra Margariti's first poetry collection, The Saint of Witches, which was published in April 2022 by Weasel Press. Avra is a Greek creator of speculative poetry, and I've been a fan of her work for a couple years now. Avra's speculative poetry has been published rather widely and been nominated for … Continue reading Review: The Saint of Witches
Publication — Story: “Mother’s Love”
I'm pleased to announce that my short horror story, "Mother's Love", is out today at The Dread Machine! Read it here! SUMMARY: Hannah finds her life thrown into chaos when she has to figure out how to care for her unexpected child. If you like body horror and/or weird, dark stories, check it out! For … Continue reading Publication — Story: “Mother’s Love”
Coming soon: A new short story!!!!
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!!!!
Review of Single Author Anthologies Published Between 1 January and 15 July 2020
A couple weeks ago, I volunteered to do some research on average science fiction single-author anthology page counts and story quantities for an established writing colleague. It was a really interesting project, so I thought I'd share some of the challenges I encountered, my methodology, and key findings here. Getting started: Challenges & Initial Methodology … Continue reading Review of Single Author Anthologies Published Between 1 January and 15 July 2020