Found in Wilde Stories 2017, "Das Steingeschöpf" has so many balls in the air, juggled effortlessly, that it's going to be forever bookmarked in my mind for when people ask me "Isn't short fiction limiting?" No. No it is not. Anderson's story handles an alternate world post-WWI historical setting (as WWII is about ready to … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Das Steingeschöpf” by G.V. Anderson
I know I already did my two wee posts about books I've read this year that I think would make great gifts, but the year isn't done, I just finished Lily, and oh my gosh you need to get this into the hands of readers. Especially readers who love, say, Neil Gaiman. Yep, that's what … Continue reading Lily
I'm not done my holiday shopping yet (I know, I know, three years out of retail and I've become "that guy"). In my defence, I had a major fall last week on the ice and my arm, shoulder, and hand have been weak and aching ever since (I did something to the muscles near my forearm … Continue reading Queermas (Part one)!
I had no idea it was happening, but it turns out my solo e-novella In Memoriam has launched. It was originally published as part of Wilde City Press's On the Run collection, so if you've got that, you've already got In Memoriam, but if you haven't, and you like your romance bittersweet (but still funny), … Continue reading ‘In Memoriam’ e-launch has e-launched… for free!
I'm on vacation for three whole weeks, so Sunday Shorts is also on vacation. That said, I thought I'd list two of the short fiction anthologies I've been hoarding in my to-be-read pile, and then share a quick "I loved this!" review for another collection. Clockwork Canada is an anthology I picked up at Can*Con this … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – Vacation Placeholder – What I’ve Got
I don't do this kind of post very often, but I hope you'll give me your ear. The book business is tough, period. But when you step further from the mainstream, things get tougher. And, if you've heard me chat about the subject before, you know that by "mainstream," most of the time we're talking "straight, white, … Continue reading Giving Back