My award Eligible fiction for 2019

So, it’s that time of the year again, isn’t it?
Here’s my list of award eligible work for the year, folks.

1. “Bootleg Jesus”, published by Diabolical Plots, June 17th, 2019:
diabolicalplots.com/dp-fiction-52b

2. “Fear Of A Black Planet”, in It Came From Miskatonic University, published by Broken Eye Books:
brokeneyebooks.com/store/c27/It-C

3. “Sometimes You”, in the Nothing Without Us anthology, published by Renaissance Press, September 30th 2019:
renaissancebookpress.com/product/nothin

4. “Mimosa Versus The Soucouyant”, in American Monsters 2, edited by Margrét Helgadóttir, published by Fox Spirit Books, forthcoming December 2019. The table of contents:
https://www.foxspirit.co.uk/american-monsters-part-2-toc/

And thanks for your consideration!

Welcome, LH Moore!

When you LITERALLY get paid for being a nice and decent human being…
I think whoever said that nice people end up last should probably reconsider.

I’ll be at CanCon this weekend!

So,  FOLKS!
I’ll be staying at Timberhouse (@27Timberhouse on Twitter) when I’m in Ottawa for CAN-CON: The Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts & Literature​!
(website: http://can-con.org/)

My panels:
Sat Oct. 19th
12:00pm
Nothing Without Us​ Reading

3:00pm
Launch of Nothing Without Us

Sun Oct. 20th
11:00am
Don’t Look, Don’t Speak: The Politics of Ability in Horror

American Monsters Part 2 TOC announced – I’m in it!

The Table Of Contents for American Monsters 2 was announced.
I’m in it! My story’s “Mimosa vs The Soucouyant”

American Monsters Part 2 – TOC


It includes a reprint of “Douen Mother” by R.S.A. Garcia, originally published at Abyss & Apex!

Quick Sip Reviews examines my story, “Bootleg Jesus”!

Quick Sip Reviews has an AWESOME review of my story “Bootleg Jesus”.
Among other awesome words:
“It’s this clue from a young age that some rules can not only be broken, but must be in order to reach for justice. Because Jesus was a rebel, was a revolutionary…”
“…this is a story that nicely explores the need to escape those kind of abusive situations by any means, prioritizing first the victim and not pausing to consider the feelings of those who let the abuse happen in the first place. It’s often difficult and complex, but it’s also very much worth spending some time with. A great read!
http://quicksipreviews.blogspot.com/2019/06/quick-sips-diabolical-plots-52.html