io9 reviews THE NEW GOTHIC
io9 ran a great review of Stone Skin Press’ THE NEW GOTHIC, edited by Beth Lewis, and features a grunge-nightmare by Jesse Bullington and me called “Dive In Me.” The reviewer Ed Grabianowski said this about our tale:
“Things get off to a terrifying start with Jesse Bullington and S.J. Chambers’ “Dive in Me.” It pushes so many horror buttons, from the crushing insecurity of youth to the simple fear of drowning, and it builds to a stunning climax, the kind where you’re sort of breathlessly turning each page as your eyes gradually get wider and wider. This one will stick in my head for a long time.
It’s no insult to say that no other story in the book quite reaches the heights of “Dive in Me,” because it’s that good.”
February 19, 2014
Sleepy Selena wants to share a thing before she slips off to miscount sheep. Stone Skin Press is excerpting “Dive In Me,” a story Jesse Bullington and I wrote about growing up SO(thern) GOTH and grunge in the 90s. It is the opener to THE NEW GOTHIC, edited by the awesome Beth Lewis, and is on …
Some months are quiet, and others are very loud with announcements and such. In the later case, those are often broadcasted reactively as they happen, and get lost in the shuffle of all the other news-bytes out there. So, I thought an end of the month summation would be a nice way to compromise the …
Last Call for Steampunk World Kickstarter
Wow. So, I just checked in on Steampunk World, and it is gone, daddy, gone. Not only was it fully funded within its first week, but it is soaring through stretch goal after stretch goal. The most recent tier reached was $12,000, which allows the editors to pay the illustrious James Ng for illustrations for EVERY story in the book! The prospect of having my story “The Şehrazatın Diyoraması Tour” illustrated by James has had me beaming ear-to-ear all morning.
Thank you to everyone who has funded this project, and made it go above and beyond what anyone expected. If you have been on the fence about it, know that anymore proceeds in the next 56 hours will go towards continuing this community movement with a second volume that will have a open call to submissions.
January 6, 2014