Tag: short fiction
A Little Bit of Smut
Apparently I have sold two other stories. The ink has maybe kind of dried on the contract, so I’ll just babble about them. I originally wrote the two stories for a colleague. He wanted to start some kind of electronic zine, and I said I’d write some stories for him. I wrote the pieces but…
If Music Be the Food of Love
Nothing much — just today’s writing soundtrack.
That unfortunate moment when . . .
. . . you are neck deep in a longer work of fiction, and a short story from months ago decides to show up and demand attention. (Of course this story couldn’t have shown up when I was actively working on it. Why would it do that.)
Let it grow / So we can watch it bloom
Just a song which has become pretty much the theme song for the story I’m currently working on.
I Learned Proto-Celt for a Reason Dammit
. . . what do you mean, all the studying and reading I did on Celtic languages and Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain might actually be useful after all?