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!
MARS GIRLS Mary Turzillo In a not-so-distant future on a Mars begun to be colonized, two girls get into and out of trouble time and again. Nanoannie is desperate to escape her hab (habitation) and experience life away from her parents, who she sees as domineering and overbearing. While Kapera is struggling to say goodbye … More Recommended Book: MARS GIRLS by Mary Turzillo
I’m excited to announce that my novelette “Veins of My Sister” has been published in the pages of Deep Magic’s Spring 2021 issue! :) This is my third publication of the year and only my second ever novelette sold! “Veins of My Sister” is a science-fiction tale set in the far-flung future deep in the … More “Veins of My Sister” Published in Deep Magic’s Spring 2021 Issue!
DRAGONWRITER: A Tribute to Anne McCaffrey and Pern ed by Todd McCaffrey The dedication for Dragonwriter is to “all those who have found solace in the Worlds of Anne McCaffrey and Pern” and that’s exactly who this collection is for. All of us who’ve dreamed of her dragons, of flying her brainships, of being a … More Recommended Book: DRAGONWRITER edited by Todd McCaffrey
This week the stories are about leaving worlds and homes and histories in the past. They deal with heartache, yes, but also of looking forward, into the future. ALL WORLDS LEFT BEHIND by Iona Datt Sharma is about a woman named Priya whose family had access to a portal world. But as she prepares for … More Recommended Short Fiction: ALL WORLDS LEFT BEHIND by Iona Datt Sharma & WINGS OF LIGHT by Anna Madden
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