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New publications to start off May

Posted by on May 8, 2020 in anthology:poem, anthology:story, Blog, podcast | 0 comments

The publishing industry slogs onward, rejecting works with as much fervor as ever… with the occasional acceptance offered for variety. Plenty of things are still being published, too. Here is my latest:

Podcast:
“Clouds Gleam Across Her Eyes” (reprint) was read by Tina Connolly at Toasted Cake as part of the Run of Hope

Poetry
“The Girl Who Survived” in Mirror Dance
– “he scores” co-written with Rhonda Parrish in Star*Line 43.2
– watch me awkwardly read my previously-published “Wayfaring King” in Cuttlefish Poetry Reading, Episode 2 over on YouTube

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New Publications for December 2017

Posted by on Dec 11, 2017 in anthology:poem, anthology:story, Blog, podcast | Comments Off on New Publications for December 2017

Life hasn’t been kind the past while, and I’ve fallen behind on posting my latest publications. My Bibliography page is now up to date; these are the new additions:

Story:
“Powers of Observation,” Nature

Poetry:
“Wayfaring King,” Star*line 40.4

Podcasts:
Toasted Cake 155: So You Have Been Claimed by a Magical Cat by Beth Cato (original story)
Storypunks Podcast #4: Interview with Beth Cato
Archivos Brainstorm with Guest Host Beth Cato
Archivos Insights Podcast: Interview with Beth Cato

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New Poem in Uncanny Magazine

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in anthology:poem, Blog, podcast | Comments Off on New Poem in Uncanny Magazine

Issue10_MayJune16_coverFINAL_small_reallyUncanny Magazine just published a poem of mine that is near and dear to my heart. “Deeper Than Pie” is about a granddaughter’s love for her grandmother… and pie. My own grandma is in her 90s, and I rejoice in every moment I get to spend with her on trips back home. I cannot take that time for granted. I channeled a lot of that emotion into “Deeper Than Pie.”

My poem wasn’t simply published online, either. It’s also included in Episode 10a of the Uncanny Podcast, sandwiched between an extraordinary story by Seanan McGuire and an interview with Seanan. (Oddly enough, I was featured in a Far-Fetched Fables Podcast with Seanan a while back, too! I greatly admire her work, so this trend leaves me rather awed.)

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“Beat Softly, My Wings of Steel” is up at PodCastle

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016 in anthology:story, Blog, podcast | Comments Off on “Beat Softly, My Wings of Steel” is up at PodCastle

I’m delighted to have a story included in Artemis Rising II, a month-long celebration of female and non-binary authors in genre fiction across all three Escape Artists podcasts. My story is in PodCastle, and it’s one of my favorite stories I wrote last year: “Beat Softly, My Wings of Steel.” It’s a tale of strong women and war pegasi.

Listen to it over here!

 

 

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Holiday Tales and Tidings

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015 in anthology:story, Blog, podcast | Comments Off on Holiday Tales and Tidings

I have my first-ever holiday story posted over at Every Day Fiction: “Rootless.” It’s a peculiar sort of love story between a dryad and its tree, and when that tree ends up being chopped down for Christmas purposes, well, that’s bad.

One of my wintery stories has just been republished in podcast form, too. “Hat Trick” can be heard (and downloaded!) over at Cast of Wonders. Just your average story of hockey, kids, and superpowers.

If you celebrate Christmas, I wish you a joyous day on the 25th. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, I still hope you have a joyous day. Peace to all.

Oh yeah, and with all the crazy food and sweets being offered up this week, be sure to…

EatYourVeggies

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Podcast Stories for the Weekend

Posted by on Dec 11, 2015 in anthology:story, Blog, podcast | Comments Off on Podcast Stories for the Weekend

Two of my older stories just debuted in audio. “Bless This House” was first published at Daily Science Fiction in 2010; it’s now on Far-Fetched Fables alongside a story by Seanan McGuire!

Next, I have “A Lonesome Speck of Home” at StarShipSofa. My space opera crossover of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers and Up is there for your listening pleasure along with Rachael K. Jones’s “Makeisha in Time” (one of the best stories published last year) and an interview with the Director of SETI. My story starts at about 21:30.

The first publication of “A Lonesome Speck of Home” is somewhat frustrating for me, even years later. It was accepted for the first issue of Blue Shift Magazine. The story was published online, but the publisher crumbled before the full magazine was ever printed. So, it was published in part, but likely not read. It feels good for “Lonesome Speck” to be in audio now, at a place where people can finally discover it. Yay!

Much Rejoicing

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