Summertime writing

Lazy days of summer? Bah! I’m writing, and I’m taking the coolest writing workshop. Every Tuesday night, a few other speculative fiction writers and I meet at Tubby and Coo’s bookstore to talk about Building Better Worlds. Check out the description of the workshop below…doesn’t it sound amazing? Not to mention getting to know other […]

Playin hooky

Woo-hoo! I just finished writing a novel. WHAT?? Okay, it’s another draft of the book I’ve been working on for a while, but for the first time I feel like it’s really come together better than before. Now I’m going to set it aside for a few weeks before I decide what needs ironing out, […]

Poem to be published!

I just found out that my poem, “The Muse,” will be published in the June 2019 issue of Bloodbond, a journal dedicated to fiction, poetry, and art “related to vampires, werewolves, and shapeshifters.” Cool, right? Bloodbond is published by Alban Lake, a small, independent press that publishes an astonishing number of speculative lit journals, anthologies, and […]

On the mend

Pain management certainly takes a lot of time & energy. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been navigating a fractured, infected tooth, which felt like a knife in my jaw, and a subsequent root canal-turned-ugly-tooth extraction. The dentist said the poor thing was too far gone to save and had to be broken apart […]

Book review: The Obelisk Gate

If you’re a fan of speculative fiction, you must read N. K. Jemisin’s Broken Earth trilogy. After devouring the first book, I finished the second and third books and am still catching my breath. These Hugo-winning novels are a feat of wonder, sorrow, and delight, from the elegant, powerful language to the awe-inspiring craft. And […]