So, I’d like to start by apologizing for the dry spell here and the barren wasteland that is my other blog. My health has taken priority lately. But I have not been entirely absent on the writing front, just the blogging front. I have a number of updates to share. Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, all! As an Irish American, a mythology/religion major, and a pagan, I have a lot of complicated feelings about this holiday, but I do appreciate the chance to revel in the swirling, turbulent history of our world and my own family (and blast my Irish folk music without restraint). Continue reading
As many of you may know, my novella, Beneath Blair Mountain, was published by 1888/Black Hill Press alongside Let’s Stalk Rex Jupiter! and A Stalled Ox as part of the Mariya Suzuki Collection. Over the holidays the collection had its first blog tour, which I wrote two guest posts for. Below are links to all five blog stops. I have also added the two guest posts to the interviews list on my How to Find Me (And My Work) section, along with some good news. Drumroll please… I have a humorous fantasy short in a forthcoming anthology, so stay tuned. Continue reading
So, as you may know from my last post, my novella, Beneath Blair Mountain, is being published as part of the Summer Writing Project 2015 Collection. The Summer Writing Project is an annual joint venture between 1888 and JukePop, which you can read more about in the link above (or here and here). And isn’t that a damn fine cover? Mariya Suzuki did a fantastic job on all three books in the collection, but I do admit to being slightly biased. Just look at those mountains! If those can’t spirit you away into the pages, the fey folk might as well pack up and go home. Continue reading
It’s a rainy day here at the beginning of a rainy week, so Pippin is hitting the folktales pretty hard. What do you like to read on a rainy day?
Even if it doesn’t look like spring outside, I’ve been doing a little spring cleaning here on the blog. Most notably, I’ve added a Myth/Folk/Fairy Tale Resources section beneath my Blogroll. Through the years, I’ve had a lot of people in my life ask my recommendations for books on mythology, religion, etc, whether for fun, for their own self-taught educational purposes, for research paper sources, or to get more bedtime stories for their kids. Thus, I thought I would extend the same service to the good people who visit my blog, since epic/oral lit, classics, myth/folk, and fairy tales are a large part of what I talk about here, so chances are it interests some of you. Continue reading