This is my first year of eligibility for the Campbell Award for New Writers and I am super excited about it.
It has been an amazing year and looking back I am so thankful for the opportunities it has given me, and for all the new people I got to meet during Worldcon75 and online. Not only my productivity increased dramatically but I got to make some good friends.
So let’s cut to the chase. I had two stories out in 2017 both of them fall under the Short Fiction category.
If you read only one of my stories I would recommend “The Heart is a Lonesome Hunter” – in Liminal Stories issue #4.
A woman with a fox’s heart meets the devil she has long forgotten about. It is a dark fantasy story about war, a mother’s love and the sacrifices we all make.
I also published “What We Are Molded After” – in Black Static issue #56.
A witch and her golem husband live together secretly in a little cottage in the outskirts of a village. This is a story about identity and abuse and how people cope with it.