Tyche Books' anthology, Swashbuckling Cats: Nine Lives on the Seven Seas, is out in the wild today! It is, as you may have guessed, an anthology of short fiction featuring stories about pirate cats. Here's the blurb: If you think cats and water don’t mix, think again. Plunge into worlds of piratical cats: some selfish, … Continue reading Swashbuckling Cats, Ahoy!
About a year ago(?) I saw a tweet that said something to the effect of "hey someone should put together an anthology of stories about pirate cats. Call it Swashbuckling Cats." Everyone said "LOL that's a hilarious idea" Then last summer Tyche Books put out the call for submissions. I ended up writing a silly … Continue reading Contributors Announcement: Swashbuckling Cats
It's time for another cover reveal! This one is for Space Opera Libretti, edited by Jennifer Lee Rossman and Brian McNett, an anthology of humorous science fiction set to music. Or about music. Or featuring music. However the contributing authors interpreted the call for submissions. I was stoked because I just happened to have the … Continue reading COVER REVEAL: Space Opera Libretti
Good news for young readers and fans of science fiction, gadgets, and girls being generally awesome! Brave New Girls: Adventures of Gals and Gizmos is out today! From the editors: Venture into realms of sci-fi marvels. Come explore a world of teen makers and innovators. From interstellar escapades to near-future locales, this volume of sci-fi … Continue reading RELEASE DAY: BRAVE NEW GIRLS 4
It's cover reveal day! My story "Evening Chorus" is in the Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline anthology coming from World Weaver Press this fall. Check out the GORGEOUS cover! From World Weaver Press: Dieselpunk and decopunk are alternative history re-imaginings of (roughly) the WWI and WWII eras: tales with the grit of roaring bombers and rumbling … Continue reading Cover Reveal: GRIMM, GRIT, AND GASOLINE
Exciting news! World Weaver Press has released the official Table of Contents for Grimm, Grit and Gasoline, their anthology of dieselpunk and decopunk fairy tales. And it is with great pleasure that I can now tell you that I'm ON IT! My story, Evening Chorus, is a retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's The Nightingale, and I'm … Continue reading GRIMM, GRIT and GASOLINE: Table of Contents