I was interviewed by AE Science Fiction for my contribution to STARGAZERS: Microtales from the Cosmos!

Very thrilled to receive this interview in my inbox! Please read and share. I had no say in choosing the illustration of the Canada goose, but in my opinion, it’s an accurate depiction of a Canada goose. 😂 STARGAZERS: Microtales From The Cosmos Author Introduction: Cait Gordon Throughout our Kickstarter campaign for Stargazers, we are spotlighting …

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Book cover of Nothing Without Us: A russet brick wall with faded tan, aqua, white, and yellow paint. Spray-painted in bold are the words Nothing Without Us.

Nothing Without Us is included in a book review about authentic disability representation!

What a lovely thing it is to wake up to a Facebook chat where my BFF (Talia C. Johnson) is telling Nathan Fréchette (Renaissance) and me that there's an article in NewCityLit zine that mentions Nothing Without Us: Four Disability Anthologies That Are Actually Authentic: A Review of “About Us,” “Firsts,” “Nothing Without Us” and …

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Bookshop with oak panelling and antique chairs. Photo by Emre Can from Pexels

Snowed in, Blown Away!

My beloved publisher, Renaissance, asked for holiday stories for their annual blog roll. Here’s my contribution. Happy holidays, everyone! (Photo by Emre Can from Pexels) Hey, hon. Don't bother picking me up. They say visibility is NIL I can try Too dangerous. I'll sleep in the upstairs flat. Nat, Joelle, and the kids are away …

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Three cards: 4 of spades, 6 of diamonds, and 5 of hearts

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: Wanna write with me?

Hi, alphabet arrangers! In 2018, author ’Nathan Burgoine invited us to write 1000-word flash fiction every month of that year. It was super fun, too. Also, there was no pressure to do it each month, but if you could, it stretched the brain! He had a really unique way of presenting the challenge, too—by drawing …

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