Saturday, October 31, 2009

otoliths publication

I have a very short piece, Trellis, in issue 15 of otoliths.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Reprint in Sein und Werden Issue

"Mark on the Wall" is reprinted in the Autumn 2009 issue of Sein und Werden, ominously titled All Things Move Toward Their End.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Two very Short fictions published

A 50 word story at 50-to-1 and "Flaubert Attacks" at Calliope Nerve.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

fiction @ Gloom Cupboard

my fiction (interruption one) can be found in Gloom Cupboard #97 here.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Quantum Genre Anthology

My short story "Zinna" will appear in the anthology Quantum Genre on the Planet of Arts edited by V. Ulea. For more on this anthology, check out the Crossing Chaos enigmatic ink website.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Five Lights @ decomP

My flash fiction Five Lights is now online in the June issue of decomP.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Fiction in Print issue of Sein und Werden

My fiction The Doll House Interviews is in Sein und Werden's print issue for Spring 2009, Cinematique. I just received my contributor copy today (in a package well mangled by the UK post service). The print issue can be purchased here.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Shirley Jackson Awards

Tom English informed me yesterday that the Bound for Evil anthology to which I contributed a short story ("The Reference Book") is on the ballot for the 2008 Shirley Jackson Awards. The winners will be announced July 12th 2009.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Diet Soap Podcast

My collaborative essay with Brandon Chan-Yung is featured in Diet Soap's first podcast. Give it a listen!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

the woman who followed

My prose poem the woman who followed was just published at Counterexample Poetics.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Seventy Two Words

I have a little ditty up at Seventy Two Words.

Showing both sides of his smile...(read more)

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Posthuman essay in Diet Soap

Issue 3 of Diet Soap featuring my essay Becoming Posthuman: Toward a Redefinition with collaborator Brandon Chan-Yung is available now on Lulu.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Unseen Childhoods almost ready...

More on Unseen Childhoods is on the Bettany Press site.

This ground-breaking study examines disabled role models, stereotypes and the inclusion/exclusion of disabled characters in 20th-century books for girls and looks at how these change and develop — or fail to change and develop — from the early years through to the middle period and then the last years of the century. Accessible and varied, this collection of essays will appeal to everyone with an interest in children's books, as well as to disabled people and their families, and to students and scholars working in the fields of Children's Literature, Women’s Studies and Disability Studies.

Unseen Childhoods includes:
Helen A. Aveling on the representation of illness and disability within early 20th-century fiction
Linda Dick on how disability was stigmatised in young adult fiction for the ‘baby boomer’ generation in the U.K. and North America
Louise Norlie on stereotyping in late 20th-century children’s fiction
Helen A. Aveling on disabled role models in early 20th-century girls’ school stories
Deborah Kent on alternative representations of blind girls in mid-century children’s fiction
Meredith Guthrie on ‘diabetic’ fiction
Ju Gosling & Julie Newman on illness, disability & mental health in Elsie J. Oxenham’s ‘Abbey’ books
Ju Gosling on illness and disability in Elinor M. Brent-Dyer’s Chalet School series
Rebecca Butler on the representation of relationships between disabled characters and their siblings in contemporary children’s fiction

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Sein und Werden stuff

My publication Letters got a nice mention in Grace Andreacchi's review of the latest online issue of Sein und Werden.

Also I will have a fiction in the upcoming print issue of Sein.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

A Fable of Heraclitus @ Raven Electrick

The magician's daughter never saw beyond the cottage's shuttered windows...(Read More)