My story “Finding Your Way to the Coast” was reprinted in A cappella Zoo‘s fifth anniversary best-of anthology, Bestiary (March 2013).
First Lines: Peter’s hand moves slowly, hovering above Delia’s bare forearm, as little as an eighth of an inch between her flesh and his fingers. The ghosts feel safest that way.
Buy a copy of A cappella Zoo, the slipstream and magical realism print magazine where “Finding Your Way to the Coast” first appeared (Issue 9) or the magazine’s best-of issue anthology (Bestiary): http://www.acappellazoo.com/order
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Okay, I love to write fiction, but, dear lord, I really loath writing about myself. It’s much more fun to chat *together* over a glass of just about anything. Oh, and eat chocolate as I plan escape routes to my new obsession, Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick. But that, my friends, is an entirely different topic…
Today’s blog post is about none of those things. It’s all about catching up,in a sweetly and simplistic list format. So here’s what’s happened since we last talked:
1. I started a new day-job in June.
2. My story “Paradigm Shift” came out in … Read more Read more
My friend, Angela Still, is an insanely talented writer and generous friend, so when she asked to include me in her Next Big Thing post, I was thrilled. Not only would people get to hear about my writing, I’d also get to shout out the brilliance of some lovely writing folk.
Five writers and some Julie stories. Perfect. Sitting down today to write this post, I realized that the only thing that could make it any more perfect is the use of the phrase Typewriter Girls.
Why, you ask?
Well, I like old typewriters. They are like portals to a … Read more Read more