Goddess of the North – acquired by REUTS

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I’m delighted to announce my fantasy GODDESS OF THE NORTH has been acquired by @REUTSpub reuts.com/new-reuts-wint… DI Sara Nayar is not the bright young police detective she seems to be; she’s actually the Hindu goddess Saraswathi, living as a human after a dispute with her mother, the trickster goddess Mohini.  When a man is murdered at […]

Not So Stories Available to Preorder

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The short story anthology Not So Stories is available to preorder. Written by PoC as rebuttals to the original colonialist nostalgia, there are a wide variety of tales. I touched on the feeling of disconnect, how diaspora often feel they have no home in their current land, nor the land of their parents. From the foreword by […]

Not So Stories mentioned by Barnes & Noble

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Not so Stories is mentioned in the Barnes & Noble 95 Books Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors Can’t Wait for You to Read in 2018. No So Stories, edited by David Thomas Moore (Abaddon, April 10) Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories – a fantastical and rich collection of children’s stories – was one of the first true […]

Story in No So Stories Anthology

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I have a story ‘Samsara’ coming out in the wonderfully titled Not So Stories by Abaddon Books, a diverse anthology written “in reaction” to Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. A spokesperson for Abaddon Books said: “Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories was one of the first true children’s books in the English language, a timeless classic […]

Represented by Jennie Goloboy

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I’ve got some great news. I”m thrilled to say I’m now represented by the brilliant Jennie Goloboy of Red Sofa Literary. She’s got a final version of the currently titled ‘The Goddess of the North’ and I hope to have more news soon. If you have any questions, I can now use the classic phrase […]

Where are we now?

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My Clarion West 2012 classmate Alyc Helms has just released her novel ‘The Conclave of Shadows‘, the second in the Missy Master series. To mark the occasion, Alyc has conducted a number of interviews with our cohort. For the past six weeks, I’ve been checking in with my cohort from CW2012 and asking them to talk about their […]

2015 Roundup

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2015 was a good year for many things – for women to take lead roles in major films, for non-whites to do the same thing, for the best-written game ever to have been released and for the strange explosion of Asians onto TV. [cbtabs][cbtab title=”Games”] Gaming was weird in 2015. We struggled with some massive […]