The Rhysling Award is the top award in genre poetry. The past two years, I’ve been thrilled to have one poem nominated each year. This year, I somehow managed to get THREE on the ballot.
Those three poems are:
– “The Box of Dust and Monsters”, Devilfish Review 17
– “The Death of the Horse,” Remixt Magazine 1:8
– “Morning During Migration Season,” Star*Line 39.4
If you’re in the Science Fiction Poetry Association, you’ll soon get the nominees bound together in a book; thanks for reading and considering my work! The volume will also be available for the public to buy. On an offhand note, “The Death of the Horse” will also be included in my forthcoming collection Red Dust and Dancing Horses (now available to preorder).
It’s my 37th birthday, and I am sharing something awesome with the world: the cover of my short story and poetry collection, out this November from Fairwood Press!
The artist is Kazuhiko Nakamura. The collection will include several of my steampunk horse stories, so this cover is absolutely perfect. Look for a full table of contents and preorder links in the coming months!
I’m emerging from my Revision Cave with some happy news: in fall 2017, Fairwood Press will release a collection of my stories and poems! It’s called Red Dust and Dancing Horses and Other Stories. This will be a novel-length selection of my works–the best ones out of over 70 published stories and 100 poems. And the cover. Oh wow. The art is absolutely perfect. I can’t wait to reveal the final version in the coming months!
There will be a lot more news to come!