Tag: climate fiction

  • Holiday Leftovers

    Holiday Leftovers

    A while back, B Cubed Press had an open call for an anthology of holiday stories. Alternative Holidays came out a few months ago, but the editors (Alicia Hilton and Bob Brown) decided they wanted to produce an overflow anthology. And so there’s now also Holiday Leftovers. As with other B Cubed titles, a portion […]

  • “On the Beach”

    “On the Beach”

    My short tale of grief, climate change, and selkies is live on the Wyldblood website. I’ve always liked the idea of a selkie (or similar fae creature) hitting the spousal jackpot; but it’s hard to be completely optimistic in the current (literal and figurative) climate.

  • The obligatory awards post

    The obligatory awards post

    As 2020 slouches toward its end, authors pause their doomscrolling and conscientiously abandon their works in progress for a few moments (note: this is career-related, and therefore absolutely entirely nothing at all like procrastination). They assemble links, quash their self-consciousness, and hurl self-promoting posts into the aether before diving under a blanket. It just so […]

  • “Digital Pyre”: Little Blue Marble

    “Digital Pyre”: Little Blue Marble

    “Digital Pyre” is online at Little Blue Marble. I used to be an archivist; some of my work involved digitizing materials. There are constant sighs (or screams) within the field at the assumption that archivists should digitize everything. Professionally speaking, throwing things away is an important function. We’re living in an era of ubiquitous information. […]