Monthly Archives: February 2014

B is for Brainstorming

Things are progressing very well behind the scenes of A is for Apocalypse. I’m aiming for an autumn release so be sure nothing gets rushed and it’s all as awesome as it possibly can be (and trust me guys, these … Continue reading

Sale: Corvidae and Scarecrow

I am incredibly excited to announce that Fae has officially become the first in a series of anthologies I will be editing for World Weaver Press! Though submissions are not yet open for our next titles we announce their existence … Continue reading

[Call for Submissions] Corvidae

[Call for Submissions] Corvidae   Anthologist: Rhonda Parrish Publisher: World Weaver Press Corvidae are the family of birds which include such iconic species as crows, ravens, magpies, rooks and nutcrackers. They are known for their high intelligence (they use tools … Continue reading

[Call For Submissions] Scarecrow

[Call For Submissions] Scarecrow   Anthologist: Rhonda Parrish Publisher: World Weaver Press Scarecrows have been portrayed as everything from empty-headed geniuses to malevolent demons. They’ve appeared in literature and mythology, from as far back as ancient Japan where Kuebiko, the … Continue reading

Unaccepted?

Photograph copyright Rhonda Parrish

I chose that image to go with this post because to me it feels cold and rather desolate. I think that’s as good a way as any to visualise disappointment, which is what this is all about. Disappointment. Disappointment is … Continue reading

Resale: Waste Not

Exciting! If everything goes well my story, Waste Not, will appear in a future issue of Algernon. In Estonian! My first translated story! As you may have guessed from the exclamation marks, I’m pretty excited! Whee!

Published: Hereditary Delusions

Every Day Poets Logo

This Sunday’s prompt is a first line: “When the dust settled, a man stood there, clothed in white.” I used the prompt right there (supplied by Beth Cato to NaNoLJers) to write a poem entitled Hereditary Delusions which was published … Continue reading

What IS this thing?

When I’m working with other people’s writing I run into some of the weirdest formatting you’ve ever seen. Everyone has their own way of doing things and sometimes, even though a dozen stories may look the same on the page … Continue reading

Fae’s First Readers

Last week I asked Sara Cleto and Brittany Warman if they would consider writing the introduction to Fae. Because they are awesome (and I am lucky), they agreed so I sent them a copy of the manuscript to read. I … Continue reading

Fae Table of Contents

It’s been quite a journey since World Weaver Press and I first announced that I’d be editing an anthology of fairy stories. Fae has grown from a vague idea to a solid manuscript over the past few months and become … Continue reading

Sale: Seedpaper

Mythic Delirium Magazine

I am so excited about this sale. Interestingly, I was so excited to share the news about it, that I kind of forgot to. When I got the acceptance notice it was one of those times when I read it … Continue reading