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“Be Like a Tree” (children's poem) has been accepted for the summer issue of Caterpillar, the children's literary magazine of Ireland.
“Sock Explorers" (children's poem) has been reprinted in the May 2017 issue of Blastoff, one of the School Magazines of Australia.
“Just a Boy” (short story) is out in Gaia: Shadow and Breath vol. 3, now available through Amazon.
“The Dreamer of Saranby” (Audible recording of children's fairy tale, originally published in Ember) is now available on Amazon.
“Venice at Sunset” (poem) is out in the April issue of Cricket.
“A Fine Judge of Horseflesh” (short story) will be published in the Summer 2017 issue of Mirror Dance.
“The Gifts,” a poem dedicated to Sara Cleto and Brittany Warman, is up on issue 7 of Mithila Review. Spectacular poets like Mari Ness and Sonya Taaffe, fiction by Carlos Hernandez and more, and truly international articles about speculative literature.
“Psyche's Lamp” (poem) is up on the Winter Solstice issue of Eternal Haunted Summer.
“Thaw” poem is out in the December 2016 issue of Rose Red Review.
“Winter Landscape” (children's poem) is out in the January 2017 issue of Cricket.
“The Nature of Glass,” a fairy tale for grownups, is up on Metaphorosis.
“The Year of Dead Poets” has been accepted for Undead: A Poetry Anthology of Ghouls, Ghosts and More, being published by Apex.
“Loss” (poem) is up on Through the Gate.
“Im Wald” (poem) is out in Mythic Delirium issue 3.2, available for purchase and online. It's been nominated for the Rhysling award long poem!
“Rusalka” (poem) is out in issue 56 of Not One of Us, the 30th anniversary issue.
“Weathering” (poem), originally published in Silver Blade, was awarded second place in the 2016 Dwarf Star Awards, tied with "at the barre" by Julie Bloss Kelsey and "The Doorman" by F.J. Bergmann. First place went to "We Begin This Way" by Stacey Balkun, third place to John C. Mannone for "Alice was chasing white rabbits out of a black hole."
“The Wings of Aengus Og” (short story) was selected by Liars' League in London for the Gods & Mortals theme, where it was read on September 13th at the Phoenix in Cavendish Square by Lin Sagovsky. You can read the text and/or hear Lin's fabulous performance.
“Lesser is More” (short story) is out on Luna Station Quarterly.
“The First Day,” “Freyja in Falcon-Skin” and “Freyja's Might” (poems, the latter two reprints) are out in the paperback anthology Garland of the Goddess: Tales and Poems of the Feminine Divine, published by Bibliotheca Alexandrina and edited by Gerri Leen, available at Amazon.
“Snakes” (poem) has been accepted by Cricket.
“Thank You, World” (children's poem) is up on Liz Brownlee's web site for the UK's National Poetry Day 2016, featuring Message Poems, as of July 26.
Bibliotheca Alexandrina has accepted several of my poems (reprints) for the upcoming print anthology, Dark Ones.
“Ligeia” (short story set in the world of Greek myth) appears in the e-book anthology Speculative Story Bites, edited by Sarena Ulibarri and published by Word Weaver Press. It's available on Amazon.com and the story is now online on the World Weaver Press blog.
“Braiding,” a poem originally published in Niteblade, has been reprinted in Full Moon and Foxglove, a witchy anthology published by Three Drops from a Cauldron.
Scylla in Blue Light (short story) is out in the print edition of The Best of Luna Station Quarterly: The First Five Years, edited by Jennifer Lyn Parsons. It's a super anthology, available from Amazon. Do buy a copy and support a wonderful 'zine that publishes speculative fiction by women authors.
The sparkly-gorgeous (really) first Mythic Delirium print anthology is available on Amazon.com in print and e-book formats, containing two of my poems, and a wealth of superb speculative fiction and poetry by the likes of Jane Yolen, Rhonda Parrish, David Sklar, and more.
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