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!

The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu!

I have been utterly remiss in not posting about this yet! My complete lack of posting does not in any way reflect how awesome or exciting it is that Paula Guran has edited this anthology, that it contains 150,000+ words of new fiction (that’s right: all original stuff, not reprints!), that she asked me for…… Continue reading The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu!

Imaginarium 4: The Best Canadian Speculative Fiction

I am so delighted to announce that my story ‘The Beat That Billie Bore’ will appear in the next Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, which has an incredible Table of Contents and an introduction by none other than Margaret Atwood! SO VERY EXCITING! Also, look at that fabulous cover!! Here’s the official announcement and…… Continue reading Imaginarium 4: The Best Canadian Speculative Fiction

Palahniuk and Imaginarium and Giveaways (Oh my!)

It’s been more than a while since I’ve updated this site — sorry! Lecturing full-time and trying to finish my new book means that some things — namely this here website and my addiction to social media — have been on hiatus. If it’s a choice between writing words here and writing words in the…… Continue reading Palahniuk and Imaginarium and Giveaways (Oh my!)

Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing

A break in the mad-dash-to-finish-Midnight-and-Moonshine radio silence to share some awesome news I’ve been sitting on for a couple of weeks, and can now finally reveal. I am totally over the moon that ‘Fur and Feathers’ (from Bluegrass Symphony) has been included in the incredible Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, edited by Sandra Kasturi…… Continue reading Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing