I feel like the “It’s” guy from Monty python…

You know what I mean, right? That poor soul who pants and gasps and crawls his way through the terrain just to look at the camera a say, “It’s…” before he collapses? Gracious, I’m so busy, my busy is busy! This is Kickstarter month for the Nothing Without Us anthology, so it’s all promos and … More I feel like the “It’s” guy from Monty python…

I’ll be reading at the launch of We Shall Be Monsters!

Book launch of We Shall Be Monsters: April 28, 3-5pm, The Lieutenant’s Pump, Ottawa I’ll be reading from my short story, The Hilltop Gathering, which is dear to my heart because it’s the first work I’ve published with a disabled protagonist! And she’s a cool monster, too. Join me with other super awesome authors from this … More I’ll be reading at the launch of We Shall Be Monsters!

Nothing Without Us own-voice anthology is on Kickstarter!

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ID: Grey table against grey backdrop. A tablet, phone, and book show the Nothing Without Us front cover. The cover is a graffiti wall with Nothing Without Us spray-painted in black. Banner text reads: Nothing Without Us, an own-voices, multi-genre fiction anthology with heroes who are disabled, neurodiverse, Deaf,…

I think editing an anthology is like being pregnant.

Okay, so never mind the fact that I’ve never birthed a child of my own. I still believe—and have had confirmation from a human who has given birth twice—that editing anthologies is like being preggers. At the beginning, it’s this wonderful announcement, and you feel like puking a little (from hoping people will respond to … More I think editing an anthology is like being pregnant.

I took a March break for self-care. Here’s what I learned.

SPLAAAAT! That was the sound of my existence two weeks ago. I’d been juggling different assignments and got to the point where my brain went on strike. I literally couldn’t make any decisions about work-related things. My mind and body united in a resounding, “NOPE!” By now you all pretty much know I’m a disabled … More I took a March break for self-care. Here’s what I learned.