I have been a tiny bit remiss in my posts because July and August have been a whirlwind of publications for me! I’ve had two more flash pieces and two short stories come out in four different professional publications! First is “Your Space Between” that came out in Apex Magazine’s Issue 132. This is a … More Recent Publications – Apex Magazine, Space Fantasy, Fireside, FFO!
My flash story, “A Hodgepodge House with Rooms to Spare,” has been published today in Vol 6, Issue 16 of Dark Recesses Press! You can find a copy to purchase here! This is one of those stories that anything I say would be too much. It’s one of the tiniest pieces I’ve ever sold, at … More “A Hodgepodge House with Rooms to Spare” published in Dark Recesses Press
I’m a little behind in my story announcements at the end of this year, a few that simply need a bit of photography love before I post. However, I would like to craft a fully-fleshed out eligibility post for awards season now rather than even later since I’m already awfully late. This year I had … More Awards Eligibility List 2021!
Two humorous stories told in experimental ways, both dealing with themes on freedom. A GUIDE FOR WORKING BREEDS by Vina Jie-Min Prased is a delightful story told in DM/Text/Notification bits between a couple of robots, one having to mentor the other. There are dogs and killings and love and…you just really need to read it … More Recommended Short Fiction: A GUIDE FOR WORKING BREEDS by Vina Jie-Min Prased & HOW TO SAFELY ENGAGE IN TELEPATHY WITH THE DOLPHINS OF OCEAN PARADISE by Elizabeth Cobbe
My flash piece “Drop Shipment Standard Procedure” has been published in Dark Matter Magazine in their third issue! This is my fourth publication of the year! “Drop Shipment Standard Procedure” began its life as a flash challenge. My prompt had to do with nomads of some sort, sparking forth a nomadic space group that spanned … More “Drop Shipment Standard Procedure” Published in Dark Matter Magazine Issue 3!
Where the beginning of Odyssey began slowly and ramped up, the end of Odyssey came abruptly. One day we were at lecture and critiques, had a graduation party that evening. The next day…nothing. I wandered around, feeling lost, confused, pacing because my mind and body felt as if it was supposed to be doing something … More My Odyssey Workshop Experience: The Aftermath