Another little chapter in my website project! Huzzah! And things!
Well, I hit the wrong button when setting up my newsletter to send out tomorrow morning, so HEY, SUBSCRIBERS: YOU'VE GOT MAIL RIGHT THIS MINUTE!
For anybody else who'd like to get in on the ground floor with the first issue, here's a link:
Think I've gotten my newsletter ready to go, which is giving me a happy little buzz.
If you'd like to see what it is that I'm doing these days, here's a link to my little page of weirdness:
I mean, I'm writing stories in a world of cyborgs and velvet paintings, but I can't write romantic poetry, or I'd just do it my damn self.
In case you missed it: my story in
Translunar Travelers Lounge
features my favorite type of main character - someone who soldiers on with a deeply dry sense of humor.
If you want more queerplatonic SFF inspired by Palestinian folklore, I have a story out in the wonderful collection Xenocultivars: Stories of Queer Growth.
'Muneera and the Moon' is my sapphic, asexual love story inspired by Palestinian folklore, particularly folk religion and djinn!
I've also been illustrating it myself! :D
oh, uh, i don't remember if this was a thing yet when the shop became a thing, but i host a podcast about the Writing Life TM and specifically about the stories that we've stopped trying to sell, called Tales from the Trunk. it's on the birbsite at @trunkcast and also in all the pod places or just trunkcast.com so if you like friendly conversation between writers, maybe check it out? we're on our 4th season, now, so there's quite a back-catalog to dig into
Something new over at my website, friends.
Writer, lunatic, gadfly. Adorable and snarky. Possibly made of cheese.
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.