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Silly interview with Darusha Wehm, pink-haired sailor.

Darusha Wehm is a Canadian-born New Zealander who spent YEARS SAILING THE PACIFIC, which is pretty freaking cool. She’s got several novels out, a number of short stories, and she also publishes mainstream fiction (without the ‘m’ in her name). Darusha … Continue reading Continue reading

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New to the Net: “Monstrous Embrace”

Continuing my theme of reporting late on my news–for the first time, “Monstrous Embrace” is online in print, courtesy of Lightspeed Magazine. The first line came to me in one of those strange, clear moments: I am ugliness in body and … Continue reading Continue reading

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New Story: “Between Dragons and Their Wrath”

February is always one of the busiest months for me. This February was so busy that I didn’t remember to click “post” on the entry I’d written about my new story in Clarkesworld Magazine, “Between Dragons and Their Wrath.” I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Quick Notes: Poetry Planet podcast, & Tiptree Anthology 99 Cents

A few quick notes for this week. Poetry Planet podcast Diane Severson puts together the poetry planet podcast that aired recently in this episode of starship sofa. She includes my poem, “Terrible Lizards,” which is about — as you might … Continue reading Continue reading

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New Story: “Love Is Never Still”

“Love Is Never Still” just came out in Issue 9 of Uncanny Magazine, a story about Galatea and Aphrodite, and their broken, bittersweet love affairs. The story begins with the sculptor’s perspective: “I’ve loved other sculptures. Though I’m not yet … Continue reading Continue reading

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Interviewing Jose Iriarte, former “homework babysitter,” current short story professional

Today, I’m posting an interview that I was supposed to post a month ago, with Jose Iriarte. (I didn’t save the post correctly, apparently, and it didn’t go into the queue. Oops.) Jose is a new writer–he’s been publishing short … Continue reading Continue reading

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Interviewing Jose Iriarte, former “homework babysitter,” current short story professional

Today, I’m posting an interview that I was supposed to post a month ago, with Jose Iriarte. (I didn’t save the post correctly, apparently, and it didn’t go into the queue. Oops.) Jose is a new writer–he’s been publishing short … Continue reading

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Neb Recc Catch-Up List

I’ll be releasing my full list of short fiction recommendations later, but here’s a quick catch-up on a couple things I liked recently. Novel Here’s a link to my recommendations for 2015 novels. My favorite was Fifth Season by N. K. … Continue reading

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Neb Recc Catch-Up List

I’ll be releasing my full list of short fiction recommendations later, but here’s a quick catch-up on a couple things I liked recently. Novel Here’s a link to my recommendations for 2015 novels. My favorite was Fifth Season by N. K. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories

I wanted to make a post celebrating Mary Robinette’s Glamourist Histories because it is one of the few more-than-three-book series that I’ve read to the end. Actually, all of those series ended last year, so I was going to do … Continue reading Continue reading

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