The Fall Continues…

I truly thought that after having their asses handed to them with regards to internal bigotry…I mean possibly protecting missing stairs…no, I mean kicking all the writers in their youth program to the curb…ah, hell, I figured the folks running Read More…


Heading to Norwescon?

Norwescon 46 is this coming weekend, March 28-31 in Seattle (SeaTac specifically). It’s my home convention and one I love dearly, but I won’t be there. They’ve decided against requiring masks this year and since I’m high risk, I can’t Read More…


The Bell Ringer… ppb

After a bit of distributor snafu-age, the trade paperback & ebook of The Bell Ringer & Other Holiday Tales is finally available! The trade paperback’s interior is in black and white (only the special Kickstarter edition was in full color), but Read More…


99 Fleeting Fantasies

The flash fiction anthology 99 Fleeting Fantasies has a cover and a release date! The eBook and paperback will be released on 2/15/2024 at bookstores everywhere. This anthology, edited by Jennifer Brozek, contains my story called “Not Today,” which is about a Read More…


What’s Taking So Long?

I remember a time when writing was easier. Note that I didn’t say easy. Writing fiction isn’t easy. Anyone who tells you otherwise is doing something wrong, at least in my opinion. Juggling characters, settings, plot lines, conflicts, and world Read More…


Dear Bob

Yesterday should have been a good day. A great day even. My partner had her first appointment regarding HRT with a new doctor who only treats trans-patients. The doctor herself (and her assistant) were amazing, as was the appointment, but Read More…


Bram Stoker?!

Soul Jar, the anthology I’m in that features my short story “Weightless” as well as 30 other stories by disabled authors, is on the long list for the 2023 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in an Anthology!! Talk about exciting! Read More…


Waiting on Waiting

I hate waiting. I hate it probably more than anything other than vomiting. I think I hate that a smidge more than waiting. Waiting makes me feel helpless as, by definition, all I can do is wait. I’ve talked a bit Read More…