#ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty — “The Library of Lost Things,” by Matthew Bright

Another Volume I have so many authors I love who revisit characters on the regular, or settings on the regular, that I'm spoiled for riches, really. And though I always want more, I decided to take today's prompt from the point of view of a story that—to my knowledge at least—is singular. So! "The Library … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty — “The Library of Lost Things,” by Matthew Bright

#ShortStoryMonth Day Three — “The Green Sweater,” by Mark G. Harris

Meet-Cutes and Meet-Disasters I have a weakness for meet-cutes. I also have a weakness for meet-disasters. There's a Venn Diagram you could draw there, where the two circles overlap, and in the middle of that circle you could find "The Green Sweater" by Mark G. Harris. And also me, smiling like a happy git, making … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Three — “The Green Sweater,” by Mark G. Harris

Friday Flash Fics – The End of the World As We Know It

When I first got the call for Bears of Winter (in which I eventually wrote "The Psychometry of Snow"), I had an idea for a post-apocalyptic love story, set just after Christmas where a planned viral outbreak resulting from biological terrorism wiped out pretty much everyone over the holidays, and in Ottawa in particular, it … Continue reading Friday Flash Fics – The End of the World As We Know It

Sunday Shorts – “Men in Love” Q&A with Jerry L. Wheeler

G'day! This week I'm posting a chat I had with Author and Editor Jerry L. Wheeler from a month or two back. I met Jerry mumble-mumble years ago at the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival when there was a dinner for those attending who'd been a part of Tented (a collection of erotica with the theme of … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “Men in Love” Q&A with Jerry L. Wheeler