I was recently interviewed by Angela. Yuriko Smith on her blog for National Poetry Month. Angela is the Editor-in-Chief for Space and Time Magazine, author of the Bram Stoker nominated novella Bitter Suites and most recently her work appeared in the 2021 Bram Stoker nominated anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women.
I’ve had the distinct pleasure of appearing in several issues of Space and Time Magazine with poetry and most recently, a short story.
I was a little nervous to share more about myself in this way, but it is also kind of nice to express these feelings, too. At any rate, I hope you all enjoy the interview and my ramblings!
Very happy to report a few prose poem acceptances as of yesterday. Contracts have been signed, so now it’s official. My poem Ad’Naigon’s Punishment (I Will Not Stop) has been taken by Lovecraftiana Magazine which makes two poems appearing in the 2022 Lammas Day issue.
In addition, my vampire prose My Dear Ruthven will be published in the latest anthology from Lethe Press, Blood on His Hands edited by Michael Carte.
I’ve come to the realization that updates to my blog are sporadic and inconsistent. Something that I need to work on, though nonetheless I will persist and post when there is news to share. Recently, I’ve had a several stories that are now out in print and available for purchase including Space and Time Magazine #140 which includes my short story When Gods Die, the brilliantly curated anthology from House Blackwood Tales from OmniPark featuring my story, The Fisherman’s Last Call, and the latest issue of Spectral Realms from Hippocampus Press with three new prose poems (there is also a banner image on the side that will take you directly to Hippocampus).
My prose story, Hazthrog’s Contempt also made an appearance in the relaunch of Startling Stories.
I’ll paste the link towards the bottom of this post.
Expanding the Cyber Gods mythos, a story that I completed last year Escape from the House of Asher-Fell which is a dark and twisted romp mixing Gray Gardens, Sunset Boulevard, and puppets (yes, you read that correctly) will make its debut in a new anthology from Inked in Gray. I’m very pleased with this and look forward to sharing it with you all later this summer.
Now, for the ‘news.’ Well, I can’t really share it yet, but there are two exciting opportunities coming up that I will certainly blast all over this page and everywhere else when the time comes. I’m so thankful for the support and welcomeness from all the writers I’ve come to know. Until then, I’ll leave it at that.
Here are the links for the above mentioned stories and poems.