In 2020, the year that was actually twelve years, I published.... basically nothing. I wrote plenty, mostly novels and panicked screeds on Twitter, but not much in the way of award nominateyness. I created FIYAHCON with Brent Lambert, which was probably responsible in equal parts for Twitter screeds and my lack of writing output. And… Continue reading An Extremely Brief Eligibility Post
FIYAHCON has come and gone for most, but I’m still plugging away, getting videos uploaded to the archives and sending our payments and the remaining Ignyte Award trophies out to finalists. I can’t wait to get my dining room table back. This started out as a mission, as most things do. It was sort of… Continue reading A FIYAHCON Retrospective
Why, HELLO again! I apologize for not having updated a single thing since *checks notes* last summer, but I have had barely a single day's worth of respite from what has become a very hectic work schedule. But onto the things! I'll be on a panel this weekend at the Flights of Foundry SFF… Continue reading Me! Coming to a Panel Near You
So ICYMI, it was announced that I'm editing the April 2020 issue of Fireside Fiction! Working with their team has been an incredible experience. I'm learning a lot and I've got some wonderful stories that I can't wait to share with everyone. SPEAKING OF STORIES (and also of Fireside), my shortest story ever, SIGNAL, also… Continue reading August Wrap-Up (and Notes on the SFF Field)
In what is probably the 36th Hugo-related post you've read today, I'm here to shout at you that FIYAH is being nominated for a Hugo in the Best Semiprozine category. It's a STACKED category as we're on there with some incredible friends and colleagues doing amazing work year in and out: Beneath Ceaseless Skies, editor-in-chief… Continue reading FIYAH IS UP FOR A HUGO!