Posts Tagged ‘eco fiction’

“They Are Still Building It” Appears in Apparition Lit Issue 3: Vision

I’m so excited to announce that the Vision issue of Apparition Lit has arrived, with my contribution, the short story “They Are Still Building It.”  If you’re up for some magical realism with eco themes, please check it out. The e-mag is available through Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.

More to say, but for now I want to take a moment to shout out that absolutely bee-yoo-tee-ful cover art “Honeycomb” by Julie Dillon.  It is no mystery that Julie is a multiple Hugo- and Locus-award winner.

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Be nice to Mama Earth

Mother’s Revenge has arrived!  This anthology of eco-revenge fantasies features my short story “It Wants to be a Swamp,” about the things that can happen on a Metro platform.

Ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to earth-saving organizations such as Water is Life, Union of Concerned Scientists, the Sierra Club and the Clean Air Task Force.

Check out Scary Dairy Press for more weird tales and dark fantasy, and think about heading over to Goodreads to leave a review.