My horror story “The Good Mothers’ Home for Wayward Girls” is now available in audio and full-text from PseudoPod.
It’s a story that is dear to me, in part because I wrote the first draft at Clarion West 2017, so it will always be associated for me with my wonderful experiences there, and the amazing friends I made. Unlike Clarion West, though, the housing in my story isn’t very pleasant.
The narration by Tatiana Grey is amazing, everything I could have hoped and more. I found myself experiencing my own words in a new and breathless way.
What horror have you read recently that’s stayed with you, dear reader?
Issue 53 of GlitterShip includes some lovely poetry, a wonderful short story, and flash fiction by yours truly, “Ports of Perceptions.” Keffy’s wonderful reading of my piece made my day.
“Ports of Perception” is only 300 words long. Come for the queer erotica, stay for meditations on cognition, individuality and oneness. I hope you enjoy!
I’m pleased to be able to share with you my story of Unplaces, antifa, queer love, and the importance of memory, “Unplaces: an Atlas of Non-Existence” at Clarkesworld.
It’s a story that brings together many of my obsessions, and includes references to two stories I love, Borges’ “Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius” and Theodora Goss’ “Cimmeria: From the Journal of Imaginary Anthropology.” You don’t need to have read either story to make sense of mine, but they’re both fantastic, so you should read them anyway. 🙂