Space Opera Libretti: Modern Comedic Space Opera with Arias, edited by Brian McNett and Jennifer Lee Rossman, is now available! The problem with space opera is that there’s not enough opera in it, and certainly a dearth of coloratura diva sopranos in the third act. This anthology sets out to fix that by placing the … More Space Opera Libretti has landed!
Woohoo! We’re starting the only-for-fun and noncompetitive monthly flash fiction challenge for 2020. I’m so stoked! Here’s the video of me choosing the cards. I totally did this live without editing anything, so I was just as surprised as you are with the selections. Closed captions are available for this video: You have until Monday … More Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: January
I cannot contain my excitement! Nothing WIthout Us, the disability anthology I co-edited with Kohenet Talia Johnson is going to be part of a syllabus in a course taught by eight-time Prix Aurora Award winner, disability advocate, and awesome human Derek Newman-Stille! The anthology is going to Trent University, folks! The course that Derek will … More Nothing Without Us is going to university!
I can’t even tell you how much I’ve grown to despise holiday stories, and here’s the kicker: I’m a sappy romantic human! I’ve just found so many of them feel snoozy and overdone. Most times, I can’t get beyond a few pages. Then I read ’Nathan Bourgoine’s Faux Ho Ho holiday novella. OH MY FREAKING … More My review: Faux Ho Ho restored my faith in holiday romance stories!
This is the third book in Jamieson Wolf’s Lemonade series, and I love these characters so much. It’s like catching up with old friends. I’m a big fan of the episodic nature of each chapter, and this series reminds me a bit of Tales of the City, with respect to the chosen family theme. I … More My review: Love and Lemonade, by Jamieson Wolf