I’m extremely happy to report that my prose poem, “Crimson Faces” has been nominated for the Rhysling Award in the category of Best Short Poem. For me, starting this foray into the weird fiction world has been such a wild and rewarding journey.
I’ve met so many incredible people along the way. Well, I haven’t been able to meet everyone in person yet; though I’m hoping that will change soon. Friends, mentors, and colleagues who’ve been supportive and open to seeing my work get better. I’m still a bit shell shocked, but I want to thank everyone. It’s also humbling to see so many names that I look up to, seeing that I’m sharing an anthology with them.
You can check out the list of Rhysling Candidates below:
In an age where the shadows of complacency lay heavy on our political landscape and our minds; voices of dissent will continue to rise, molten with passionate reason until they break through to the surface. Contributing to the ongoing conversation of history and the march of progress is an essential duty for those who have the ability to do so. I can’t express how humbled I was to contribute to this anthology, and to share a table of contents with authors including Duane Pesice, Scott Couturier, Shayne Keen, Sarah Walker, and more. Dan Sauer has also stunned us again with is incomparable cover artistry.
I will have a prose cycle in three acts titled, “Rêves des Cyberdieux: A Nation in Three Acts” which appears in this anthology.
Make sure to pre-order your copy here. Paper back editions are coming soon.
While it’s been a slow start to the year, I’ve managed to slap together a few prose pieces that I look forward to sharing with the world. Two that I’m particularly excited about, Grotesqueries and Greyspaces and When the Silence Had Eyes (The Saints of Darkness) struck me with a particular chill after I had completed them.
I’m hoping to send the out soon and we’ll see what happens then!
The anthology Trumpland: The Alternative History of the Future is slated to come out within a less than a few months with my prose sequence, Reves des Cyberdieux: A Nation in Three Acts and all proceeds for this anthology are going to benefit charity. Dan Sauer contributed his hand in creating some stunning and visually terrifying artwork. I can’t wait for you all to see it! I also want to thank Michael Parker for his relentless hard work in putting this anthology together.
Spectral Realms #12 comes out very soon (weeks in fact) and I’ll have three prose poems appearing in this issue: –Ghebulax –Dream Hackers -Carrion Dreams All three play a part in my ongoing Cyber Gods Mythos. Make sure you follow either this post or my previous post to get your copy. The table of contents is stacked with so many fantastic and talented authors.