An Interview with Christopher M. Cevasco, Contributor to the Distant Echoes Anthology

Welcome to my virtual summer porch! There are even a few fireflies about. In other words, it’s a perfect night for a chat about all things writing. Christopher M. Cevasco was kind enough to drop by today to talk about his story “The Happy Island” now out in Corazon Books’ anthology, Distant Echoes. The anthology features selected Historical Novel Society Short Story Award winners and finalists from the past few years. To start things off, I’ll make introductions by shamelessly lifting Chris’s author bio!

Christopher M. Cevasco writes fiction inspired by history. Some of his most recent stories have … Read more

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WisCon Bound!

In less than a week I will attend my first WisCon along with three other members of my critique group: Emily B. Cataneo, Sarah Read, and Kathrin Kohler! We will also be sharing quarters together. Ummmm, I may have to go light on the eyeliner for a few days despite my no doubt low levels of sleep. Somehow I always feel that eyeliner hides all signs of fatigue…An acknowledged weakness.

WisCon is a 1,000-member science fiction convention with a feminist/social justice focus. I’ll be moderating two panels on Friday as well as participating in a group reading … Read more

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ARC Readers Wanted. Plus a Liz Hand Intro!

If you are interested in reading an advanced reader copy of my collection and writing a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or some other lovely venue, message me via Twitter or FB, or submit a comment using my online form. I’m putting together a list of ARC readers for later this year.  I’d love to include you.

My second headline? The marvelous Elizabeth Hand is going to write the introduction to my collection! Liz was one of my mentors at the Stonecoast MFA program. She has seen the rough, the ugly, and the unready, and still she has faith. Liz … Read more

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