Month: January 2016

Publication day for The Course of True Love

I had so much fun writing this. It’s a nearly 20,000-word love story about an old witch, and it’s full of wordplay and plotted a bit like a Shakespearean comedy if I do say so myself. Thanks so much to David Thomas Moore at…

Alan Rickman on art and Shakespeare

Here’s Alan Rickman talking about Shakespeare and the need for a creative person to have aims that are “suitably impossible.” For the Muse of Fire project. What a loss.

My original fiction published in 2015

Here’s a list of my stories published for the first time in 2015. (I also had a few reprints come out; those aren’t eligible for this year’s awards but you can see them on my publications page.) My favourite is “Limestone, Lye and the Buzzing…

New year, new story up at Podcastle

Happy new year! My little winter fable, “The Wedding of Snow, Earth and Salt”, is up at Podcastle now. It’s a brand-new story and the full-cast reading is just gorgeous. And it’s only about eight minutes long. A great way to begin 2016.