“Ten Excerpts from an Annotated Bibliography on the Cannibal Women of Ratnabar Island”
The H-Word: It's Alive!
I have a new story up at Nightmare this month! Possibly the structurally weirdest thing I’ve ever written; it’s in the form of an MLA bibliography and it’s about colonialism in academia, monstrous appetites, and oh yes, lesbian cannibals.
Read it for free online here: https://www.nightmare-magazine.com/fiction/ten-excerpts-from-an-annotated-bibliography-on-the-cannibal-women-of-ratnabar-island/
World Fantasy Con!
New essay out at Nightmare! “The H-Word: It’s Alive!” is about monstrous pregnancy and obstetric horror.
Baltimore Book Festival
#WFC44/#wcf2018 is almost upon us—and with it, I’ve officially made it to my sixth and final con of the year. Here's where you can find me:
Sat, 3p - The Future of Fantasy (w/ Brenda Clough, Kelly Dwyer and Nora E. Derrington)
Sat, 10p - Reading in Guilford
I've Seen Your Face Before: Saturday, 4:00 pm.
LGBTQIASFF: Saturday, 5:00 pm.
The Speculative Table: Beyond Stew and MREs: Saturday, 6:00 pm.
UNDead Genres: Marginalized Writers Reinvigorate Tired Tropes: Sunday, 6:00 pm.
Well, I told myself I was going to use my OPT year to the utmost, and apparently that means going to six conventions this year. (The Nebulas, WisCon and ReaderCon, so far.) These are the next two on my docket, and my schedules therein. Come say hi if you'll be there!
I'll be at WisCon 42, in Madison, between May 25-28th, 2018! This'll be my third time attending, and also my very first time being on programming, so I can't wait. My schedule looks like this:
Lessons for the Not-Quite-Pro Writer : Sat, 10:00–11:45 am. Location: CIRC.
#OwnVoices - Opportunities And Obligations, Sat, 1:00–2:15 pm. Location: Capitol A
We Are What We Eat, Sat, 2:30–3:45 pm. Location: Assembly.