Monthly Archives: March 2016

New poem: “Witch’s Lens” in Polu Texni

My poem “Witch’s Lens” is out in Polu Texni! Read it here: “My witchery awakens / with the rising season.” I wrote this poem in April 2014, and edited it around a year later based on feedback from my writing … Continue reading

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Sunday recs

Three powerful stories this Sunday: A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wildflowers, by Alyssa Wong (on This story about weather-bending sisters and apocalypses is quite personally painful for me. But good, so good! Not an easy story, but … Continue reading

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An Alphabet of Embers update!

Aaasdgjhsdg I got my pre-release contributor ebook copy of Alphabet of Embers (ed. by Rose Lemberg)! The official print and ebook launch will be on the Nebula awards weekend, 12-15 May. The book has a Goodreads page already! I just. … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: poetry from the classroom

I’m teaching a literature tutorial this spring, and in our final class on poetry, I made my students read some speculative poetry. I wanted them to see that poetry can involve any genre, and be more than just the classic … Continue reading

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Poem sale to Strange Horizons

“Oh frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!” she chortled in her joy. So yeah, I’ve sold a poem to Strange Horizons! Huzzah! “Taboo” will appear this summer. It’s got a fox in it. I’m intensely happy about this, my first poetry sale … Continue reading

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