Sunday recs! Three stories I’ve enjoyed lately: With a Golden Risha by P. Djéli Clark (in Heroic Fantasy Quarterly) – a fun epic tale of air pirates and music. I enjoy it when music is used to further plot. Monsters in Space by Angela Ambroz (in Shimmer) – featuring an extremely entertaining narrator, such an […]
Month: July 2015
Blast from the past: Writing advice from Sara aged 13
I was randomly browsing a couple of my old diaries last night, and came across a rather interesting entry from when I was 13. In it I angst profusely about how my stories are shit: my plots are shit because I don’t plan them in advance, my sentences sound terrible, I’ll never write anything decent! […]
Watching the City origami chapbook!
Yay! My mini-chapbook for the Origami Poetry Project is out! Well, it’s been out since last week, but since I was away and internetless at the Kaustinen Folk Music Festival,(*) I only found out about this last night when I got back. My chapbook Watching the City is on the home page right now, but […]