How is it already November? Isn’t it still April? Nope, you’re right: it’s November. O.o High time I posted a little update about the goings-on around here, don’t you think? Like, the fact that several months ago (*February*cough*cough*) after Neil Gaiman’s latest book came out, I had my first piece published in The Atlantic, called…… Continue reading So, it’s been a while…
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First week, first story, first review!
‘Little Digs’ is the third story I’ve been lucky enough to have published in The Dark magazine, and it’s now the third story Charles Payseur has reviewed over at Quick Sip Reviews. Once again, I’m both impressed by and grateful for the way he engages with short fiction: although brief (these are, after all, quick sips)…… Continue reading First week, first story, first review!
New year, new story!
What better way to start 2017 than with a brand new story? ‘Little Digs’ is a piece that returns to the world of Bluegrass Symphony, and it appears in the first issue of The Dark for this year, co-edited by Sean Wallace and Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Delighted to see it share an issue with stories by…… Continue reading New year, new story!
Delighted to say that Sean Wallace and Silvia Moreno-Garcia have bought ‘Little Digs’, a new story set in the strange world of Bluegrass Symphony, for the January 2017 issue of The Dark. I love this magazine, so I couldn’t be happier that my work has found a home there again! (The image on the right…… Continue reading Story sale!
A Quick Sip Review that gets it all.
I mean, sure, you’ve got to like your own story enough to send it out for publication — right? But some stories are fun and frivolous and wonderful because of that; others mean stuff to you. They’re scarier that way. Some stories open you up and steal a bit of your heart as they go…… Continue reading A Quick Sip Review that gets it all.
New story! ‘The Canary’ in THE DARK
Woke this morning to see that the November issue of The Dark has just been released into the wild! I’m so delighted to see ‘The Canary’ in the virtual pages of this latest edition. Not just because this was one of those stories that spilled onto the page almost exactly as it appears now (I…… Continue reading New story! ‘The Canary’ in THE DARK
So happy to announce that my latest short story, ‘The Canary’, has found a home in the November issue of The Dark. According to Sean Wallace, I’ll share a table of contents with one of my favourite Australian short story writers, Kirstyn McDermott, along with Megan Arkenberg, and Michael Wehunt. So cool! (Btw: this image…… Continue reading Story sale!
A.C. Wise’s “Women to Read” June 2015 edition
Over at SF Signal, A.C. Wise has posted the latest in her series of essays on “Women to Read!” — and this month, she focuses on “stories designed to sit uncomfortably, twist against expectations, offer truths that won’t stay put, narratives that can’t be trusted, and characters who refuse to hold their shapes.” Alongside discussions of…… Continue reading A.C. Wise’s “Women to Read” June 2015 edition
In which Lois Tilton reviews ‘The Dark’, Issue 8 (Spoiler: it’s a big thumbs-up!)
This has been an eventful week in the world of Writer Lisa (also in the world of Academic Lisa, but that’s another, less exciting, story). This week kicked off with the arrival of Clarkesworld: Year Seven, then was swiftly followed by the arrival of Blood Sisters, and at the same time — though I was…… Continue reading In which Lois Tilton reviews ‘The Dark’, Issue 8 (Spoiler: it’s a big thumbs-up!)
Clarkesworld Year Seven!
These things of beauty arrived in the mail today! So cool to see my ‘Sweet Subtleties’ in the company of such excellent stories — and just look at that awesome cover! *fans self*