My fantasy short story, “Forestborn,” is in Event Horizon 2018.
Event Horizon 2018 is…
An anthology of science fiction and fantasy works by authors eligible for the 2018 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
The John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer is presented annually at WorldCon to an outstanding author whose first professional work of science fiction or fantasy was published within the previous two years. This anthology includes over 75 authors and nearly 400,000 words of fiction.
So that’s about 690 pages of quality fiction, for free! Only available for a limited time.
If you’re quick, you can grab a free digital copy on instafreebie (the link still works though it’s past July 15th).
Happy Valentine’s Day! My Valentine themed flash fiction story, “The Red Envelope” is up at Lit Up/Medium.
An excerpt from the beginning:
“Don’t cry, love. Enough tears have watered the flowers on my grave. It pleases me to see you, but isn’t there somewhere else you’d rather be on Valentine’s Day? …”
My story “Forestborn” has been published in the second issue of Gamut. If you have a subscription, I’d love for you to read it.
This is my first pro sale!
Subscriptions and single issues available at: http://www.gamut.online/memberships
“I am forestborn,” the girl with a wild bird’s nest for hair said to me. “I can’t live in houses.”
My story, “Curse Upon a Star,” is now up at The Molotov Cocktail.
This story got a “close but no cigar” mention in their recent flash fiction contest (Flash Phenom), and upon resubmitting, was accepted for a regular issue.
“Night after night, Ida dreams of bones. They’re snow-white and perfect with a sheen like milk teeth.”
My story “Natural Enemies” has been published in Seven Deadly Sins Vol 2: Sloth.
All proceeds go to the charity First Book!
Tagline: “Zombies aren’t the only thing wanting to eat you in the woods, but no one believes a teenager…”