Tag: short story
Dropping Some Radical FREE Fiction for Pride Month
This quaint little one-night stand fantasy is, in fact, a radical, revolutionary tale.
Short Story: They Are Life
They Are Life is a short story that follows a bold and rebellious woman’s quest to save a doomed people. It was originally published in U. S. Represented in 2015.
Publication: Man to Man
Man to Man was first published in Cactus Heart in 2012. It follows a trans man, Ben, a ranch-hand who picks up an odd job and meets a handsome, charming stranger along the way.
His Aura Publication
Yesterday marked the publication of His Aura: A Collection of Transmasculine Erotica, which features, among many awesome pieces, two of my short stories, “Maddeningly Wonderful” and “A Honeycomb of Nerves”. You can read more about the stories and their background in this blog post. While there is an excerpt on the book’s page of my story…
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…
I am in the House of Mercy
I’ve been writing shorter fiction this summer, while I’m on a break from my main manuscript. This excerpt is from one of those pieces of shorter fiction, titled Queer as Love. The story follows a married couple as one of them transitions from female to male. This part comes after the narrator, who is the cisgender spouse,…
Short Story Publication: The Blind Tattooist
Today my short story, “The Blind Tattooist”, came out in issue three of |tap|. This story is important to me for a few reasons. It is that it is the first publication I’ve had in the two years since I began submitting short stories professionally, since I decided I would only submit to paying markets.…
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?
No Big Deal
Just have to embody the essence of Florence in a few sentences. No pressure or anything. Edited to Add: I did it. Now I’m going to eat all the cookies as a reward.