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New issue of Goblin Fruit featuring Mythic Delirium artist Paula Friedlander

/ April 24th, 2012 / No Comments »

A new issue of Goblin Fruit is always a reason to celebrate. And I’m delighted that this issue’s guest artist is none other than longtime Mythic Delirium contributor Paula Friedlander. Goblin Fruit co-editor Amal El-Mohtar is also a contributor to the latest issue of Mythic

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Poetry.com returns? Stay away. (With illustration.)

/ April 11th, 2012 / 4 Comments »

I have been through many a cringe-inducing conversation in my life wherein someone identifies themselves to me as a fellow published poet, and then reveals that they were published by the National Library of Poetry, one of the most infamous scams in recent publishing history.

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verse and voice: new things I have out

/ April 3rd, 2012 / No Comments »

As I continue to work on my Secret Second Novel, a number of cool things sort of accumulated all at once. I shall enumerate them here. I have a new poem, “Surcease,” out in Issue 3 of the recently-revived Inkscrawl, edited by Samantha Henderson, published

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Clockwork Phoenix 2 reborn as e-book

/ March 13th, 2012 / No Comments »

Three months later than I originally planned, I’ve finished converting Clockwork Phoenix 2: More Tales of Beauty and Strangeness to e-book format. It’s available now on Amazon for Kindle and will soon be available in EPUB and MOBI format at Weightless Books. Between reacquainting myself

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Mythic Delirium 26 preview, part three

/ March 1st, 2012 / No Comments »

Here’s Paula Friedlander‘s illustration for G.O. Clark‘s “Lost in the Static.” For even more of Paula’s work, here she is at artistrising.com, Cafe Press, and Etsy. This ends the preview for this week. You can see the issue’s complete table of contents here. If you

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Mythic Delirium 26 preview, part 2

/ February 29th, 2012 / No Comments »

Here’s Daniel Trout’s illustration for “The Forest King” by Alexandra Seidel. (Intriguingly, this is a case of art begetting art begetting art; Alexa’s poem was in turn inspired by this painting by Anita, also included in the issue in a b&w version.) Don’t want to

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Mythic Delirium 26 preview, part one

/ February 28th, 2012 / No Comments »

Here’s Paula Friedlander‘s illustration for “Tryptich: an Offering of Fruit” by Dan Campbell. Full table of contents viewable here. If you don’t have a subscription and want one, or you need to renew, click here.

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New Tales to Terrify, new “Tour of the Abattoir” column

/ February 27th, 2012 / No Comments »

The latest of Larry Santoro’s Tales to Terrify podcasts includes my second “Tour of the Abattoir” column, in which I join the voices calling for a change in the World Fantasy Award statuette and give John Langan’s debut collection Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters

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A new podcast and a new short story sale

/ February 12th, 2012 / No Comments »

My apocalyptic short story “Let There Be Darkness” has just appeared at Pseudopod, read with prophetic conviction by Christiana Ellis. (Click here to hear how the world will really end.) “Let There Be Darkness” will be included in my horror collection coming out later this

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I’ve just recorded my first column for “Tales to Terrify”

/ January 22nd, 2012 / No Comments »

Tales to Terrify is the new sister podcast to StarShipSofa, focused exclusively on horror. Madman Tony C. Smith invited me to contribute a monthly column to Tales to Terrify. I just finished recording the first installment. I’m calling it “Tour of the Abattoir.” Said abattoir

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