A few recent short story sales to report. “A Song to Greet the Sun,” set in the universe of a novel project I’ve been planning for the last several years, recently sold to Fantasy Magazine. Even better, the piece was also the fiction sample with which I won the Guilliver’s Travel research grant. In April, I’ll be traveling to Mexico to study pre-Columbian mesoamerican civilizations for said novel. I’m currently attempting to teach myself Spanish in preparation for the trip.
I’ve also sold “The Score,” a stitched-together patchwork of a story, to the second Interfictions anthology. I can’t tell you how excited I am to get to participate in this project. Whatever interstitial art is, I think I live in it.