Monthly Archives: June 2012

T4T: Two Kids

Yesterday I was helping someone with a crisis* and it left me too exhausted to do anything more than breathe. So, this week’s Tuesday blog is being posted on a Wednesday 🙂 I’m going to share two pictures of kids. … Continue reading

Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing

About a week ago I posted one of those vague tweets that drive everyone (including me) crazy. In my defense, I had just received some super awesome news but I didn’t have my contract in hand so I was scared … Continue reading

Sale: Character

I’m excited to announce that my poem, “Character”, will be included in the October issue of The Scareald, a relatively new horror magazine. I’m especially pleased because it’s a print magazine and I really love having physical contributor copies to … Continue reading

T4T: Two Falls

I haz a sad. I’m going to copy part of this straight out of my fitness blog. This describes what happened when I went on a run Friday night with Jo: I was running, and then, as I said, suddenly … Continue reading


Dear ________, I’m struggling a bit this week. At first it felt like the beginnings of a slip into depression, but then I figured it out. I’m addicted to exercise. Don’t get me wrong. I still don’t like exercise, but … Continue reading

Published: Prank Call?

I am pleased to announce that my poem, Prank Call?, was included in the Spring 2012 issue of Illumen. I really, really like that cover image, which is “Scene With Windows” by Joshua Gage. It’s purdy! 🙂

T4T: Two Stories

Today I want to share two stories with you. They are two of my favourite stories from the March issue of Niteblade Magazine. The Silver Quarter by KV Taylor – This story is about two children who are imprisoned by … Continue reading

Writing is a Battle…

Dear ________, I’ve enclosed a photo I wanted to share with you. I call this shot “Haunted Hospital” and when I took it several weeks ago I had no idea it was going to become a very important place in … Continue reading

T4T: Two Updates

Dear _______, I’m writing you from camp where I’m very busy writing the first draft of a novel tentatively called Hollow Children, but I thought I’d steal a quick moment away from working on it to bring you a fast … Continue reading