Tag Archive for Writing

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I’m Back

This site has been down for months, but I am back. It’s been a year of health issues, surgeries, recoveries and distressing world events that kept me from prioritizing online visibility. But with the second surgery now behind me and the advent of spring, I am happy to report having the energy and motivation once again to be here. All… Read more →

Pre-order Now: Futuristica Vol. 1

The folks at Metasagas Press have announced that Futuristica, Volume 1 is ready for pre-orders in all the usual formats. My story “Hu.man & Best” is right there between those covers somewhere. Can’t wait to see it! Click over to their site for all the options. Read more →

The Age We Are

When I hear younger writers talking about how they wasted their youth or are too old to do what they want, I find myself tsk, tsking—as old people do. Hah. But more so, it reminds me that we all feel this aging thing in the same way whether we’re 30 or almost 67. Wow, I’m this old? How did that… Read more →

Lazarus Risen Anthology

My story “As Far As”—a tale told from the point of view of an earnest robot who’s doing its best to cope with an extreme situation—has been sold to Bundoran Press for their Lazarus Risen anthology. It is planned for publication in October 2016. Thrilled to be included in this line-up! Read more →

Open Call for Novels

Third Person Press–the indie publishing house run by Sherry D. Ramsey, Julie A. Serroul and me–is now open for novel submissions from Atlantic Canadian writers. Click over to read our submission requirements and guidelines. We hope to keep receiving submissions on an on-going basis. However, if we get inundated, we will close until we catch up. Before submitting, please check… Read more →

Stretch Goals

Today, looking back at only two subs in January, I wondered why I had the impression of having been unusually productive since the first of the year. Then I remembered: one of those subs was a novel. Sending off a novel excerpt and synopsis is big deal [for me] and way more time-consuming than a short story, so that’s part… Read more →