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“Madeleine” Nominated for Nebula

“Madeleine” is a Nebula finalist for Best Short Story. Look at that ballot. Look at it. I start to vibrate with delight as I run down the list of works and names and find my story among them. I owe … Continue reading

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“The Truth About Owls” Wins the Locus Award

It’s been a rollercoaster of a week. I’m writing this beneath a rainbow banner WordPress has put up to celebrate SCOTUS’ decision to grant equal marriage rights in the US. This week “Madeleine” appeared online in Queers Destroy Science Fiction. People have … Continue reading

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“Madeleine” up at Lightspeed

Today my story “Madeleine” was released online from the Queers Destroy Science Fiction issue of Lightspeed magazine. It’s accompanied by a gorgeous illustration by Orion Zangara (whose work has also graced a past issue of Goblin Fruit!), and a wonderful reading by Paul Boehmer … Continue reading

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QDSF Lightspeed Column: Queer Communities

My review column in the Queers Destroy Science Fiction (#QDSF) issue of Lightspeed is now available online, with a focus on friendship, chosen family and queer communities in Nicole Kornher-Stace’s Archivist Wasp, Elizabeth Bear’s Karen Memory, and Hal Duncan’s Scruffians! collection of short stories. Enjoy! #SFWApro

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Queers Destroy SF + Uncanny Magazine 4B

Well, it’s June. June is a thing that is happening. I am distracting myself from how very June it is (in name more than climate) by gazing out at a trio of cormorants on the river, weaving in and out … Continue reading

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