2021 has certainly been a year of firsts for me, publishing-wise. I mean, just in terms of work published, by the end of next month that’ll be 9 short horror stories (one of which was published via podcast, which is
Apparently it’s that time of year when speculative fiction writers do an eligibility post, highlighting the work they’ve done this past year that’s eligible for nominations for the various speculative fiction/horror awards that exist. Far be it from me to
Where did this year go? Here we are, almost Thanksgiving–the pandemic has very much impacted the way I experience the passage of time. And the holidays, I might add. After skipping the socializing last year to ensure that everyone stay
The run up to election day always seems to move lightning fast. The entire Autumn seems to have lasted for approximately one week, despite the fact that I took a trip to Alaska, had three short stories published in anthologies,
Every now and then I do something that is both smart and stupid. In late July, I did one of those things: I decided I was finally (three years after our beloved dog Murphy passed away) ready for another dog.
Every once in a while I have a week where everything seems to come together. This past week is that week for me. It started with a short trip to Amsterdam, then the Saturday Evening Post published my short story