ID: A stitched heart against a black stitched background. Title: We Shall Be Monsters, Edited By Derek Newman-Stille. (With stories by Day Al-Mohomed, Lena NG, Ashley Caranto Morford, Cait Gordon, JF Gerrard, Andrew Wilmot, Evelyn Deshane, Simon Turner, Kaitlin Tremblay, Lisa Carreiro, Eric Choi & Joseph McGuinty, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Randall Arnold, Alex Acks, K.C. Griffant, Halli Lilburn, Kev Harrison, Corey Redekop, Ariana Verbree, Max D. Staton, Victoria Martin, Priya Sridhar, Liam Hogan, Joshua Bartolome

We Shall Be Monsters is now available!

Squee! I've been waiting for this Frankenthology all year and it's aliiiiive! We Shall Be Monsters, edited by Derek Newman-Stille and published by Renaissance, is a collection of short fiction inspired by Mary Shelley's 1818 version of Frankenstein. My short story, The Hilltop Gathering, appears in this anthology. I'm so thrilled it got accepted because it's my first published …

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The Space Opera Libretti call for submissions got me writing again!

Hey, there! I discovered a thing about myself that I find kinda cool. Because I've only a few years under my belt as an author, I'm still learning what my process is after finishing a novel. And guess what? It seems I really like writing short stories in between larger projects. I had to ditch …

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Anthology Kickstarter: We Shall Be Monsters (Or, as I call it: The Frankenthology)

So I'm pretty stoked. Last December I submitted a short story called The Hilltop Gathering to the We Shall Be Monsters anthology call-for-submissions. What really appealed to me about this project was how authors were invited to write stories that explored disability. As a disabled person, this simply delighted me. For the first time since I …

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Help, help, I can’t stop writing!

I have done the thing that I swore I'd never do—I'm actively working on several books at once. Gone are my linear days, it seems. But: EVERYTHING'S FINE! I think. My mind is somehow keeping up with these multiple projects. First, there's Life in Another ’Cosm: Jinny from the Blog, the second book in the ’Cosm series. …

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ID: In Memoriam book cover. Swirling timepiece against a light grey background. Man in red shirt and black pants has his back to us while standing akimbo. Text reads: IN MEMORIAM, ’Nathan Burgoine, Author of Light and Triad Blood.

In Memoriam: A lifetime or two within a short story

Some people can write a tome and not really tell a decent story, but then authors like ’Nathan Bourgoine can create an entire lifetime—or two—in a short work of fiction that cuts right to the soul. In Memoriam follows the story of James, an editor who has just been given a diagnosis that will debilitate and …

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