Excited to see the first of my short stories set in near-future dystopian Louisiana in the December issue of Arkansas Review! Although this is a print publication, the story is being featured on the website, so you can read it by scrolling down and clicking the “Featured Content” button. The issue also features a greatContinue reading “New Story in Arkansas Review”
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Audio Performance of “Primrose, or Return to Il’maril” at Drabblecast
My short story, “Primrose, Or Return to Il’maril” (originally appearing in Apex Magazine, Oct. 2014) is currently being featured by Drabblecast, an award-winning speculative podcast, for Women and Aliens Month. You can listen to the story here (scroll down for the link to audio). Host Norm Sherman makes an intense Vierro Casstratil, and Gabrielle deCuir’s voice acting forContinue reading “Audio Performance of “Primrose, or Return to Il’maril” at Drabblecast”
New Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey
My review of Jeannine Hall Gailey’s haunting new poetry collection, The Robot Scientist’s Daughter, is up at The Rumpus: Jeannine Hall Gailey’s fourth poetry collection, The Robot Scientist’s Daughter, reanimates the haunting world of 1970s Oak Ridge Valley, Tennessee, where residents lived in the shadow of both the Smoky Mountains and a government nuclear research facility once known asContinue reading “New Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey”
“Primrose” in Apex Magazine
My sci-fi short, “Primrose, or Return to Il’maril,” in which a crotchety old woman xenoanthropologist investigates a culture set on dying with its star, is out now in Apex Magazine. This story was a blast to write, and I’m so pleased it has found a home there!