I did an interview http://www.bigecho.org/vajra-chandrasekera-interview It's been a while and I always forget that I actually like doing interview-type stuff. Though also I worry that I talk too much in them. Always with the having too many things to say.
Really glad that Krish Raghav's music newsletter is back.
Ȟe is a mountain as hé is a horn that comes from a shift in the river, throat to mouth. Followed by sápa, a kind of black sleek in the rise of both.
— from “Ȟe Sápa, One” by Layli Long Soldier
If there’s pee on the seat it’s my pee,
battery’s dead I killed it, canary at the bottom
of the cage I bury it, like God tromping the sky
in his undershirt carrying his brass spittoon
— from “Song in My Heart” by Dianne Seuss
That the moon causes tides
seems too witchy to be science.
The sea purging sheet iron,
jeans, a jewel-eyed
— from Kaveh Akbar’s “Exciting the Canvas”
i've thought about giving my lit zine it's own masto account, but for now, i'll just do the occasional toot on its behalf.
Luna Station Quarterly features short fiction (and a blog) by women-identified authors. We've been publishing sci-fi & fantasy for 8 years now.
The latest issue (032) is out now: http://lunastationquarterly.com/issue/issue-032/
And we have a Patreon with goodies:
Boosts welcome if you're so inclined!
@jkcheney me too!
@DialMforMara same! but wiktionary et al list both with this as the US version, so apparently it's an established variation
if birds are dinosaurs why do we still have monitor lizards Show more
psa monitor lizards are freaky and there are too many of them in this neighbourhood
oh hey the tusky app has a light mode now, this changes everything Show more
it doesn't actually change everything but it's still nice. also hi shop, I joined months ago and (apparently) don't talk much. I should follow more of you so my feed's not so static.
writer, critic, editor
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.