I post it all over the place but I love this particular story. “Love Like Chocolate” is out in issue 9 of Cossmass Infinities and it’s available via ebook and paper!
It’s been a really neat past coupla weeks. My short story “Endless Blue” was published in the amazing anthology Upon A Thrice Time, edited by Todd Sanders at Air and Nothingness Press. This is the third installment in a series of anthologies about mashed-up fairy tales. My story takes “The Day Boy and the NightContinue reading “Stories published in 2021”
For these breaths, a gift: This moment in time, see Your enraged heartbeat for what it is – A steady flowing forward.
The flutter of struggling wings must have stirred the dust Or flocked your windows with pollen. How else did you not see Things were changing all along. We were all suffering. We didn’t forget you. We only wanted the liberty to grow alongside — You are the ones who rejected us. For hundreds of yearsContinue reading “Poetry: Poem Untitled”
Mursprise mursprise. I certainly didn’t expect this. I’ve been “meh” about NaNoWriMo for a couple of years, largely due to hating what I’m writing when I write it. (Seriously, HARSH hatevibes all over my computer. My poor, poor computer.) However, the timing is right. I’m starting a rebuild of an old project and, well, whyContinue reading “I Guess It’s Official – I’m Doing NaNoWriMo”
I’m going to be revisiting the novel I was working on in 2007-2008, Archfiend. I’m starting small, with a book jacket synopsis. This is my first draft of it. ~ * ~ Biochemistry student Mia is experiencing the worst day of her life. Still reeling from a brutal argument with her sister Kate a weekContinue reading “In Other News – Prepping for Archfiend Rewrite”
This is based on Chuck Wendig’s Friday Flash Fiction prompt. His model this week is X meets Y, and I pulled… “Snow Crash meets Discworld.” ~ * ~ She hovered over the battered steel behemoth for a while, watching. The sides of the ship were haphazardly riveted together, and sandy skiffs were locked onto theContinue reading “Flash Fiction – “Hacking””
Old work, but still relevant. Pseudomorph Adenosine. Purio. Fewer than three. O2 here. Push nerve bundle into quiescense there. Tander flew through the mods in Tania’s body – the sprites on the amygdala, the coursers in the heart tissue, the fiery in the left lung, the floaters in the blood, on and on. WhenContinue reading “Pseudomorph – some work related to Skein”