It will be published in September by Renaissance Press!
I’ve publicly posted a snippet of the story over on my Patreon!
Check it out!
For your consideration!
A thread of my award eligible 2018 publications.
“A Stitch In Time”, Survivor anthology:
“Superfreak”, Shades Within Us:
“An Accounting, Of Sorts”, See The Elephant Magazine Issue 4: Beyond Death:
“Chronology Of A Burn”, Vastarien: A Literary Journal, issue 3:
“Damned Cat”, Polar Borealis Magazine, Jan/Feb 2018:
“Fear Of A Black Planet”, in the anthology “It Came From Miskatonic University”, is still forthcoming. Unless I am informed otherwise, I will assume it is still slated for publication during the remainder of the year. I will edit this post to suit.
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Hey hey hey, it’s release day! Shades Within Us is out today!
link to Laksa Media’s page, where you can see all the places and ways to buy Shades Within Us!
Don’t forget the
snippet I showed you a few days ago as well, as a teaser for my contribution to the anthology!
Have fun reading!
UnCommon Minds: A Collection of AIs, Dreamwalkers, and other Psychic Mysteries is available for pre-order now!
Contains my story “Through Dreams She Moves”, Longlisted in the 2015 Carter V Cooper (Vanderbilt)/Exile Short Story Competition!
Nalo Hopkinson has voiced in on creating an anthology of a diverse stable of voices. http://nalohopkinson.com/2015/05/01/to_anthology_editors.html
Because after centuries of exclusion and telling us we’re not good enough, an unlocked door is doing jack shit to let us know that anything’s changed. Most of us will continue to step around it and keep walking, thank you very much.
So make up your mind that you’re going to have to do a bit of work, some outreach. It’s fun work, and the results are rewarding.
Do read it all.
EDIT: And when you’re done, do hop on over to N.K.Jemisin’s
“To anthology editors, a corollary”. Good food for thought.