Short Stories 366:46 — “Red Dirt Witch,” by N.K. Jemisin

Okay, before I say anything else, I'm going to mention again how freaking well the stories are performed for this audiobook. How Long 'Til Black Future Month? is fast becoming a source for new audio performers to follow like mad, and I love it when that happens—it leads to finding new authors to enjoy. The … Continue reading Short Stories 366:46 — “Red Dirt Witch,” by N.K. Jemisin

Short Stories 366:39 — “The City Born Great,” by N.K. Jemisin

Sometimes, you bump into an audiobook that's performed so well you have to hit pause to check out who the performer is so you can check out the other books they've performed. In the case of How Long 'Til Black Future Month?, that turns out to be four different performers—but in the case of this … Continue reading Short Stories 366:39 — “The City Born Great,” by N.K. Jemisin

Short Stories 366:32 — “The Ones Who Stay and Fight,” by N.K. Jemisin

I've been a fan of N.K. Jemisin since I basically stumbled upon her Broken Earth series, so when I saw her collection, How Long 'til Black Future Month?, on audible, I snapped it up. Before anything else, I want to point out how fantastic the introduction was—Jemisin takes us on a tour of early 2000's … Continue reading Short Stories 366:32 — “The Ones Who Stay and Fight,” by N.K. Jemisin

#PrideReads Day One – A Queer Novel I’d Like to See Written

Edit: I'm dropping out of this theme for the month. The short reason is this: It's hurting and excluding people I wanted to include in the first place, and that's not okay. I thought I could patch-job. I can't. The longer reason is: The original idea happened super-quickly. It jumped from brainstorming to being posted without any … Continue reading #PrideReads Day One – A Queer Novel I’d Like to See Written