Posts Tagged ‘climate change’

We’re not going to talk about a certain pandemic here.

Instead, I’ve got some publishing news and updates for ya:

The Factory Witches of Lowell, my historical fantasy about 1830s labor organizing, is forthcoming from Tor.com. Witches! Kissing! Strikes! Textiles! I am ECSTATIC to share this story with the world and I hope you’ll be even a teeny tiny fractionally bit as eager to read it. Coming in November 2020…

My short story “They Are Still Building It” appears in Earth Day anthology Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change from Alternating Current. A big thank you to Clarke Doty and the team over at Apparition Literary Magazine, who first printed the story and have been its supporters from the beginning.

Founding editor Jonathan W. Thurston Howl has turned over the keys of Thurston Howl Publications to the new editor-in-chief Cedric G! Bacon. All best to you, Cedric! I too am parting ways with THP. But copies of Fire & Locket are still available, while supplies last.

New Year, New Anthology

My new short story “It Wants To Be a Swamp” will appear in the upcoming anthology Mother’s Revenge from Scary Dairy Press — fine publishers of dark, bizarre, and strange fiction.  As the editors describe it: “This is a passionate anthology about Mother Earth taking her world back from the humans and teaching us a lesson.”

Intrigued, aren’t you?