On average, I probably publish 2-3 short stories a year, which is why it’s very neat and very weird that I have so much happening in just the next four weeks—not to mention some good news that I can’t quite announce yet. In October, my debut short story collection You Fed Us to the Roses will come out. I’ll also have a flash fiction appear in Nightmare and a micro-flash in Apex. And today my short story “An Atlas of Names and Footprints and Thoughts Unsaid” is now available to read at IZ Digital for paid subscribers.
“An Atlas of Names and Footprints and Thoughts Unsaid” is . . . I don’t know if I want to call it a departure, exactly, but I do lean heavily towards contemporary fantasy and horror, while this is my first weird western/second world fantasy short story. It’s also an F/F romance between an ace monster hunter and a fashionable lady detective, and I’m just really pleased it’s out there because it meant quite a bit to me to finally find a home for this one.