I am crawling out of my hermit crab-shell this weekend, and will be rolling into Hawtlanta to tangentially participate in the World Horror Convention. And by tangentially I mean via pool and/or bar-conning as well as a special group reading with friends: Jesse Bullington, J. T. Glover, Orrin Grey, and Molly Tanzer. While I haven’t quite pinned […]Read more "Reading: This Weekend in Atlanta"
When I sat down to write this, I had the impression I hadn’t done a whole lot this year. But once I started putting things in bullets, I realized how jam packed and awesome it was. Things I Did: –Faced my fears and cut all my hair off. When I was a child, my father […]Read more "2014: More Than It Seemed"
October flew by faster than a mini-pumpkin in a cannon. My husband and I visited New York City to be with dear friends Nicole Caputo and Jonathan Campo, and we had a blast. Trying to account for all the places we dined and drank and reveled in is folly, but folly has never stopped […]Read more "Oktoberfest in NYC, Concord, and Salem; Halloween in T-town"
So, it is summer again and I’ve let the heat, humidity, and well…frankly, Hannibal keep me from blogging. And, I was doing so well, too!So here, in list form, is what’s been up on the writer side of things. Travel side of things will come later. Eventually. After I consume Season Two, more likely: Publications: […]Read more "Summer Catch Up"
After ten years of keeping the fringe and avant-garde alive and well, Mungbeing magazine has launched its final year with Issue 54: New Directions. Editor Mark Givens has launched Pelekinesis, a small press that is specializing on promoting independent artists and writers across the myriad publishing platforms, and will be hanging the Mungbeing hat up […]Read more "Vintage Scenes and Stuckism in Mungbeing 54: New Directions"
Last fall, my husband and I went to the Northwest for a month. That sounds like a long time, but when you spontaneously decide to turn it into a road trip, it is, in fact, a short trip of awesome. We started in Vancouver, and stayed with our good friends Lesli and Bill, who took […]Read more "Road Trip of the Sublime, Part I: Vancouver and the Cetaceous Aleph"