My story The Kármán Line Brevet appears in Bikes in Space: A Feminist Science Fiction Anthology!
My story Ningyodashi appears in the anthology New Sun Rising: Stories for Japan.
New Sun Rising: Stories for Japan is an anthology of stories, flash fiction, poems, haibun, haiku and artwork and photography donated by over 60 creators from all over the world to support those in Japan still affected by the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami and earthquake. All monies go to the Japanese Red Cross.
This anthology was prepared by an international team of volunteers and includes the donation of a poem in German with English translation by award-winning Austrian poet and writer, Friederike Mayröcker.
Greg McQueen, founder of 100 Stories for Haiti and 50 Stories for Pakistan says this:
“You’re holding a book that beat the odds. A book made from determination. From compassion. And by holding it – buying it – reading it – telling others about it – you stand with the writers and artists who created it: ordinary people who watched the lives of strangers destroyed and decided that they needed to help.”
Celebrate with us Japan and its people.
I get name checked in Twin Cities Metro’s August DIY issue! (An issue of Untold Tales and a selection of Uncles comics are included in the Zine Prize Pack.)
File under: “80 percent of success is just showing up.”
And here is Jack Move editor Emma Alvarez Gibson’s interview William Gibson on Wa-Wa Pedals, Emotional Bandwidth and Space Castles. READ IT!
My story Dutchman appears in Startling Adventures Magazine #2: Revenge of the Aztec Robot Zombies from Outer Space! alongside great stories and illustrations by Anthony Abelaye, Mo Ali, M. M. Izidoro, Joel Jenkins, Kek-w, Rod McKie, Jo Qatana, Jonathan Wallace and Daniel Leal Werneck.