My post apocalyptic foodie story, "Goodbye, Julia," has been published by Distant Shore Publishing. You can read it here.
My interview in Asimov Magazine's blog, From the Earth to the Stars is now live! I talk a bit about my writing process, the origins of my poem, "After a Year of Solitude." You can read the interview in its entirety here.
It's that time of year again, and, in spite of 2020 being a bit rough on all fronts, I do have a handful of short stories and poems that are eligible for awards. I've included links, info and excerpts below, (most are available to read for free online).
My story, "Awakening," is now out in the, (absolutely beautiful), anthology, If There's Anyone Left. You can purchase the book here.
My poem, "After a Year of Solitude," is in the current issue of Asimov's. I'm so thrilled to be in this issue as this month's featured poet!! You can purchase the issue here or listen to my poem on Asimov's national Poetry Month podcast here.
My story, "Five Candles," is being published as part of Black Library's horror week. You can purchase it here.
Also, if you've ever been curious about writing Warhammer horror, Track of Words recently interviewed me, along with several other Black Library authors. You can read the full article here.
I have two new poems out this month! "As if My Flesh was Summer Soil," is now free to read in Uncanny, (you can also listen to it on their podcast). And "Moonrise" is in the autumn issue of Kaleidotrope.
I've finally launched a Patreon! It's been a long time coming, but I'm really excited about it. I'll be uploading exclusive content, (including short fiction, poetry, behind the scenes looks at my creative process and art as well as the occasional photo of my cat, Cecil), every month.
If you'd like to support me and my writing, you can find my Patreon here.
My story, "The Tender, Searing Wind," about vengeful ghosts and dragons, is now up at Dream of Shadows. You can read it for free here.
My dark fantasy story, "Matches, Tower, Sister, Stone," has been published in the June issue of Flash Fiction Online. You can read it here.