This review dropped today. Unending thanks to Weird Fiction Review, a publication I’ve been following forever, and Seb Doubinsky (Goodbye Babylon, and most recently, White City) a writer I’ve been reading forever. That picture is out the window of the Surfliner between San Diego and LA, the ride that got it all started.
This came out a while ago, but just unearthed my contributor copies which look pretty sexy. Great cover art work by Ashlyn Fenton, and works by Tantra Bensko, RAchell Kendall, Nancy Collins, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Deb Hoag, Janis Butler Holm, Nikki Guerlain, and Peg Wheeler, among so many others. My story, “Going Down” is there,…
My article dropped at LitReactor. This was fun to write. In his introduction to Best American Sci-fi and Fantasy, Joe Hill writes: My awe, though, was not merely a reaction to Bradbury’s thrilling ideas. It was just as much a response to the shock of his sentences, the way he could fold a few words…
Win-win: Thank you so much to the voters at Bizarro Central for this Wonderland Award nod. I have a literary crush on all the nominees, so I’m basking in the total glow.
The Bridge, picked up by one of my favorite mags, Spinetingler.
I read North American Lake Monsters once before, or most of it, but maybe I didn’t have time to absorb itit exactly, or all of it, but this time I did. I could get into the language and the way Balingrud twists up the tension, especially, in a story like Way Station, with the transitions….