Monthly Archives: September 2014

White Noise

White Noise -- Art and cover design by Jonathan Parrish

Just in time for zOctober (because, ya know, I didn’t have enough apocalyptic awesomeness to celebrate with A is for Apocalypse and Waste Not) I’ve released my zombie poetry collection: White Noise Poems of the Zombie Apocalypse Yay! I’ve been … Continue reading

Fae Contributor Interview: Kari Castor

It’s Fae-tastic Friday again! This week I’m stoked to bring you an interview with another Fae contributor, Kari Castor. I used Kari’s story, The Price, to end the Fae anthology 🙂 ~*~ Kari Castor’s Interview   What was the inspiration … Continue reading

Translated: Feeders

I woke up today to the wonderful news that my story, Feeders, has been reprinted at Nova Fantasia. Nova Fantasia publishes in Galician so I can’t actually read it, but that’s okay. Galician makes the third language my zombie stories … Continue reading

The Clockwork Dagger

My friend, Beth Cato, just released her first novel so I invited her to answer some interview questions for my blog. Beth’s novel, The Clockwork Dagger, was actually released last week, but she was all over the internet then, so … Continue reading

Fae Contributor Interview: Kristina Wojtaszek

For the third of my Fae-tastic Fridays I’m going to share an interview I conducted with Fae contributor Kristina Wojtaszek. Enjoy! ~*~ Kristina Wojtaszek’s Interview   What was the inspiration for your Fae story? Solomon’s Friend is actually my own … Continue reading

Sale: The Witch

I’m super stoked to announce that my short story, The Witch, has been accepted for inclusion in a future issue of Plasma Frequency 🙂 Yay! The Witch is a fun little story (in a twisted sort of way LoL) and, … Continue reading

Fae Contributor Interview: Alexis A. Hunter

I’ve begun a series of posts I’m calling Fae-tastic Fridays where I’m sharing interviews I conducted with the contributors to Fae. This will be the second such post and for it I’m going to interview Alexis A. Hunter. ~*~ Alexis … Continue reading

The Ocean at the End of the Lane

I don’t really excel at book reviews, but let me tell you a story… I was feeling rich that day, and generous toward myself, so I pre-ordered Neil Gaiman’s newest novel, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, and … Continue reading

Fae Contributor Interview: Laura VanArendonk Baugh

Laura VanArendonk Baugh reading from "And Only The Eyes of Children" at the Canadian launch of Fae

Over the coming weeks I’m going to be sharing interviews I conducted with some of the contributors to Fae, and since alliteration is fun, I’m going to do it on Fridays and call them Fae-tastic Fridays. 🙂 This is the … Continue reading

Niteblade #29: Porcelain Doll

Issue #29 of Niteblade is out! I can’t hardly believe it, to be honest. When I started Niteblade I don’t think I ever would have imagined how it has grown. I’m so incredibly proud of it, and what it’s become. … Continue reading

Caboose on the A is for Apocalypse Blog Train

Tracks 'n Train photograph by Rhonda Parrish

Like all good things, the A is for Apocalypse blog train had to eventually come to an end. This is the caboose on our train, and I’m sorry to see it happen but it’s been a really good run so … Continue reading