There are just two weeks left to nominate work for the Hugo Awards, and I’ve got some stakes in this… Read more Hugos and Campbells and Stories, Oh My!
BOOK ALERT: I’m overjoyed to announce that my debut novel–a sexy spy thriller called Amberlough–has just been acquired by Diana… Read more
I’m thrilled to announce that, as of today, my fiction is repped by the most excellent Connor Goldsmith, of Fuse… Read more No Representation Without Celebration
Thrilled to announce that “Homegrown Tomatoes,” my story from the Clarion 2012 fundraiser anthology The Red Volume, has found a… Read more “Homegrown Tomatoes”
Follow the link for the city-building workshop I taught this afternoon at the Nottingham Festival of Words! My students were… Read more Who Is Your City?
The illustrious Carmen Machado (@carmenmmachado), one of my many talented classmates from Clarion 2012, invited me to participate in this blog… Read more The Sausage Factory, or: My writing process, a chain letter
Several weeks ago, my dear friend (and obscenely talented writer) Sam J. Miller was asking me about my experience reading… Read more Lessons learned in slushing
Hello, internet. The writing progresses, despite the patent insanity of working two restaurant jobs at once. It amounts to a… Read more A Lump in the Throat
Well I said I would do it, so I am. Man of my word, all that. And not even a… Read more Well I said I was going to do it, so I am!
This is sort of goofy, but I feel like if I write it I will be more likely to actually… Read more A blog post about a future blog post