Showing posts from July, 2018

New blog post at The Future Fire!

The Future Fire is an online magazine of speculative fiction and poetry. I've published a few stories there. And today, as part of their blog series, I join five other writers in discussing literary places we love. You can check out the discussion here. 

New story! "The Young God" and other updates

I have a new story out! “The Young God” is a flash fiction piece (under 1000 words) appearing in Kaleidotrope alongside some wonderful stories and poetry. My story is about the apocalypse, a young god, and finding the faith to keep on.

I’m also featured in a new interview for the Reading 5X5 anthology series. In case you missed it, the idea behind  Reading 5X5 was to give five basic story outlines in five different genres to five different writers. . . and to see just what diverse and wonderful stories might result. I wrote a piece for the genre of “contemporary fantasy” and was delighted to see how differently the assigned writers approached the same basic premise. I previously blogged a bit about my story for the anthology here. All proceeds go to the Clayton Memorial Fund to benefit Pacific Northwest writers facing medical emergencies.
In other updates: 
My family and I recently returned from a road trip vacation. We took a ferry across Lake Michigan to Wisconsin's Door County pen…