I’ve been swimming in a sea of deadlines and whenever that happens, the blog gets a bit dusty. But here’s what I’ve been up to of late:
- Helen Marshall reviewed Sing Me Your Scars for The Los Angeles Review of Books.
- I was a guest on Scott Nicolay’s podcast The Outer Dark and talked about putting together my collection, writing, Lithuanian folklore, the art of titles, forthcoming work, and more.
- Amanda Gowin interviewed me for Curiouser and Curiouser, where I talk about everything except writing.
- “Not My Circus, Not My Monkey’s: The Elephant’s Tale” was published in Apex Magazine 75.
- The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015 was released, which includes “The Floating Girls: A Documentary.”
- “Though It Be Darkness There” was published in Flesh Like Smoke.
- Tales to Terrify produced an audio version of “The Floating Girls: A Documentary.”
Recent short fiction I’ve read and recommend:
- “Fabulous Beasts” by Priya Sharma in Tor.com
- “Given the Advantage of the Blade” by Genevieve Valentine in Lightspeed Magazine
- “Mother of Giants” by Kirsty Logan in The Dark Magazine
- “Blow the Moon Out” by E. Catherine Tobler in GigaNotoSaurus
- “Three Small Pieces of Pumpkin Pie” by Wendy N. Wagner in Farrago’s Wainscot
*All four stories are available to read free online.*
Recent novels I’ve read and recommend:
- The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine
- Dreams of Shreds and Tatters by Amanda Downum
And lastly, here’s the stunning cover for the forthcoming Cassilda’s Song, edited by Joe Pulver. I’ve a short story in this one along with a novelette co-written with E. Catherine Tobler.