Monthly Archives: April 2007

BondageWhore Accepted

My BDSM sonnet, “BondageWhore” has been accepted at Oysters and Chocolate Erotic — yay!  It’s due to be published in the May 2007 issue, so keep your eyes peeled, I’ll definitely be linking to it once it’s up 🙂

Thoughts

My daughter, who is nine, has recently started writing quite a bit of poetry — and some of it shows promise, especially when she stops trying to force rhymes LOL. Right now I’m just supporting her…if she keeps it up … Continue reading

Trusting Your Audience

I read a lot about trusting your audience and not spelling everything out for them, and I’ve often thought that’s an area I have some difficulty in — I always want to make_absolutely_certain that everything is crystal clear…which, I think, … Continue reading

There’s Always a Catch Accepted

My short story, “There’s Always a Catch” has been accepted at Mount Zion Speculative Fiction — yay!  I’m very excited not only because it’s another awesome publication credit in a great magazine but because part of my payment is a … Continue reading

Big Bear Accepted at T-Zero

“Big Bear” is a flash story I wrote based on my time working as a bartender in little village called Milo.  I worked as a bartender there for a few years (three I think) and in that time I gathered … Continue reading

Vampiric Fluff – Reprinted

Vampiric Fluff has now officially been reprinted.  The April issue of Static Movement has just gone live and it includes my flufftastic iambic tetrameter vampire poem (I just love saying iambic tetrameter, it sounds so pretentious and cool 😉 ).  … Continue reading