Hi folks — a few new things for me to YAYYY! about:
As it is now on the NECon website, I can publicly announce that I have been asked to be one of NECon 35’s Legends. Having attended the Northeastern Writers Conference for well over a decade, I think of many of the NECon folks not only as mentors and colleagues I admire but as family that I care a great deal for, and it’s an honor to be recognized this way.
I have confirmed a bunch of appearances for the rest of this year – please check out the Appearances page for details.
I have a new long short story coming out in paperback and Kindle. My story “Okiku,” originally published in Mia Moja (edited by Michael McBride and Nate Southard), should be available on Amazon in a few days. I’ll be sure to update with a link when it’s live. This 10k story also includes a sneak peek short excerpt of my new novel, The Blue People, so the curious might want to check it out. Just sayin’.
Finally, I have some short stories out in the next three months: “No Songs for the Stars” as a chapbook through White Noise Press, “The Floodgates of Willowhill” in the Lovecraftian anthology Shadows Over Main Street, “The Last Things to Go” (co-written by Brian Keene) in the anthology Library of the Dead, and “The Hundred Years’ Sleep” in the Lovecraftian anthology A Mythos Grimmly. Also, I believe we’re nearing the end of the run for Operation: Ice Bat, which features my short story, “The Mime.” If you haven’t picked up a copy, this may be your last chance.
I hope you’ll consider picking up one (or some, or lots) of any of these books, as I have the distinct honor of appearing with a number of extremely talented authors, so you’re guaranteed a good read.
More soon, as I get confirmed dates and links! 🙂