I’m behind on pretty much everything, including my publishing news – some of which are rapidly becoming “olds!” Sorry about that. But – better late than never.

My SF short story “How to Remember to Forget to Remember the Old War” (originally published in Lightspeed’s Queers Destroy Science Fiction) will be reprinted in the Sunspot Jungle anthology, Vol.1 from Rosarium Press. This has an absolutely brilliant lineup – I am thrilled.

My first-ever officially published piece of art, “Canada Goose,” appeared in the Temz Review. I loved working with the Temz editorial team – they are wonderful people, and the magazine is well worth checking out.

As an aside, I have not marketed my art specifically before, but I might start doing this if I find a minute to spare. You can find my artwork on Patreon!

Speaking of Patreon, I have published a new Birdverse short story as a stretch goal. Titled “The Book of Seed and the Abyss,” this is a Birdverse Kabbalah story with an all-queer and trans cast (as usual in BV), about the mystical power of language and letters.┬áIt features a golem and a book thief. You can access this story for a $1 pledge.

I will have a bunch of additional cool news about short stories and poetry soon.

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