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Today, I have been painting. I feel as though I should shout it. I HAVE BEEN PAINTING. And I’m not talking about house-painting. My skills may be mediocre but I’m thrilled to be creating, and in a medium other than … Continue reading
Today is an exciting day! Big news on the publication front. More things on the way, too. But I’ll tell you more about that in a minute. First, About Owls, in brief: They can look adorable. They’re iconic. They’re also … Continue reading
I’m spending the week at The Rainforest Village Resort in the Olympic National Forest. It may just be the most beautiful place on earth, and it’s a fantastic location for a writing retreat. The Village is remote and quiet, and … Continue reading
“How Molière Saved Lydia Bruer: A History in Two Fragments” is now available for free viewing at Crossed Genres. Happy reading!
The seed of this story did not begin with a superhero. At Clarion West last summer, I leaped headfirst into the opportunity to explore my long-time fascination with history of the women of Ravensbruck, a Nazi labor camp. The amazing … Continue reading
“Am I a hero?” This is what the protagonist of my latest story, “How Molière Saved Lydia Bruer: A History in Two Fragments,” will be wondering in the next edition of Crossed Genres. Each issue of Crossed Genres revolves around … Continue reading
The website io9 has just revealed the full TOC for The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities, edited by Jeff and Ann VanderMeer, in which an entry by yours truly appears. This entertaining collection from HarperCollins is a follow-up of … Continue reading
The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities, in which a teeny snippet of my work appears, is completed and headed to publication! According to the latest news at editor Jeff VanderMeer’s blog, Ecstatic Days, the final manuscript has been turned … Continue reading
Here is what I hope is a pithy little post about this exciting event, as I am still recovering. This gal is as pleased as can be to have attended her very first World Fantasy Convention this past week in … Continue reading