I said that I’d post again if I got published. So, with a ton of self-control, I’d like to say that . . . OMFG YOU GUYS . . . <clears throat> My short story, “Aixa the Hexcaster,” has been published at Mirror Dance Fantasy. I have the privilege of sharing the Autumn 2016 issue … Continue reading “Aixa the Hexcaster” has been published at Mirror Dance!
Early October, 2015: “It’s postin” time!” I thought it–or maybe I actually shouted it–at my computer. And then I sat there, staring at its screen. It wasn’t that I couldn’t think of a topic; there was always some aspect of writing I could spend hours writing about. Dishing about. Nit-picking. Hours. Hours that always absorbed whole writing sessions. Because, as … Continue reading A Long Break
Disclaimer: I’ve taken way, way longer than intended to get this post out. Why? Because I wanted to figure out the perfect way to talk about the DAGGER without offending anyone. I’m not sure that’s possible; the DAGGER Test is designed specifically to call certain elements of fantasy–some of them beloved–into question. I took pains … Continue reading The Latin Bechdels – Part 3: The DAGGER Test
It’s been a little over two weeks since I posted the first part of my Latin Bechdels series. Since then, I’ve continued casually subjecting everything I watch, read, or play to the CAR Test. Nothing new has passed; there are only ever new failures for the CAR. Zoo? Despite its culturally diverse cast, that’s a fail. Rick and Morty? I … Continue reading The Latin Bechdels – Part 2: The Latin Lover Test