2017 publications: midyear recap

The last six months have been productive and gratifying writing-wise, and I’ve been thrilled to see stories placed in publications I deeply admire.

–Early this year, T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Fiction Blog published my flash fiction, “Moon Road,” which is my take on lycanthropy.

–More in flash: “Weird” and “The Girl in the Deer” found homes in Spirit’s Tincture and The Airgonaut, respectively.

–NonBinary Review published my short, “A Girl’s Guide to Being Buried Alive,” in their Edgar Allan Poe issue and included it in their Alphanumeric series for the web. There’s a fabulous audio version available, too.

–Speaking of audio, in April, Escape Pod featured my story, “Whatever Tower, However High,” as one of their weekly episodes. Special thanks to Logan Waterman for providing the narration.

–More recently, in June, Clarkesworld published my novelette, “My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun,” in their issue 129. It is also available as a podcast, read by the incomparable Kate Baker.

–And last but not least, Luna Station Quarterly just released their 30th issue, in which my Lovecraftian gothic short, “In Strange, Far Places,” appears.

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