Short Stories 366:287 — “Goodbye is a Mouthful of Water,” by Dominik Parisien

Yesterday's brief respite from the month of dark and creepy notwithstanding, today's story, found in Playground of Lost Toys, is an atmospheric and slow-building-shudder of a story from Dominik Parisien, who I've been lucky to meet a few times via Can*Con and the Prix Aurora Awards (Dominik, who edited the fiction content, co-won the Aurora … Continue reading Short Stories 366:287 — “Goodbye is a Mouthful of Water,” by Dominik Parisien

Coming Down from CAN•CON: The Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature

So much fuzzy brain. One of the things about being a writerly type and heading to a convention is how actively unlike the rest of my life the convention is. So many people. So much discussion (and discussion with people who aren't bored talking about writing). It's overwhelming, in a good way, and when it's … Continue reading Coming Down from CAN•CON: The Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature