I was invited to participate in a Mind Meld conversation at SF Signal, and this was a fun and terrifying topic to discuss! What children’s movies scared me as a child? There were several, but I chose to write about Unico in the Island of Magic. Lord Kukuru gave me nightmares for years. Come see!
I had the most glorious surprise today! A few days ago I participated in an intriguing round of SF Signal’s Mind Meld. The subject was exploring fear in fiction, which is right up my alley. io9 picked up and ran a thought I had about how horror brings us together. Would you agree or disagree?
I introduced you to Sarah Chorn a while ago. She wrote a stunning review for Pretty Little Dead Girls that just touched my heart. But she’s done even more than that! Sarah interviewed me for her wonderful column Special Needs in Strange Worlds, which runs in the SF Signal Magazine. Sarah’s column helps raise awareness for not only diversity in … Read More
Many of you might be familiar with Sarah Chorn. She’s an influential book reviewer, and also has a wonderful column at SF Signal called Special Needs in Strange Worlds. SNiSW is really worth your time to read. Not only does it discuss diversity in genre literature, but it focuses specifically on special needs. As far as I know, there isn’t … Read More
Things have been wonderful and crazy and delightful and nuts. I finished my novella, my computer crashed, I managed to SAVE the novella, but lost the beginning of my novel. And life goes on. But I was invited, along with several other very cool people in the industry, to discuss what I was thankful for on the SF Signal’s MIND … Read More
Haralambi Markov (who is on his way to Clarion, by the way!) reviewed Beautiful Sorrows for SF Signal. It’s an amazing review and I couldn’t stop grinning. Thank you, Harry! Best of luck at Clarion! You’ll do a wonderful job. You can read the review here. Beautiful Sorrows is availableat the Shock Totem store, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.