I can now announce it: I’ve accepted an offer to start as a Contributing Editor with AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review. If you don’t know AE, it’s a free Canadian online magazine of science fiction that pays pro rates. I’ll be helping with story selection, editing, and contributing content as AE gets back on its […]
Voting in the 2018 Aurora Awards is now open! My poem “Heaven Is The Hell Of No Choices” is one of the finalists in the Best Poem/Song. I’ve posted information on the Aurora Awards how you can vote for “Heaven Is The Hell Of No Choices”. I am also on the finalists list for my work with […]
Info on my book signing on August 19 from 11 to 3 at the Indigo – Barrhaven in Ottawa, ON.
I’m a finalist in two categories for the Aurora Awards: Best Fan Organizational for my work with the Ottawa Chiaroscuro Reading Series and Best Poem for “Heaven is the Hell of No Choices” that appeared in Polar Borealis #4. I also made the longlist for the Sunburst Awards’ short story category for my short story “Good-bye is that Time Between Now and Forever” from The Sum of Us (Laksa Media Group, ed. Susan Forest and Lucas K. Law).
The interview Kate Heartfield and I did on CKCU’s Literary Landscapes on June 7 is now online. No download, but you can listen in a streaming player. We cover working with a mid-sized press, being over 40 with our first books, horror vs fantasy and our book launch on June 14!
If you ordered my book It’s Not The End and Other Lies from Amazon.ca, and Amazon.ca says the book has been cancelled, AMAZON LIES! Somehow, Amazon.ca got its wires crossed when the release date got pushed back. The book is real, it has been published, and you should be able to buy from these others […]
I’m excited to tell you that my good friend and fellow Ottawa writer Kate Heartfield and I will be launching our debut books, both from ChiZine Publications, on June 14 at Patty Boland’s in Ottawa’s Byword Market! We run from 5:30 – 8:00, but drop in anytime. Throughout the evening, we’ll have readings, raffles, prizes […]
Your novel is done, everyone says it’s great, but publishers aren’t interested? It might not be your work. It might be how you present yourself. Getting to “Yes” in Traditional Publishing shows what publishers, agents and others professionals need to see before they say “yes”.
This is my (busy) schedule for Limestone Genre Expo, a genre convention happening in Kingston, Ontario the weekend of May 26 – 27, 2018 at the Holiday Inn Waterfront right in downtown. Learn more about Limestone Genre Expo on their website or buy your passes. Saturday 10 – 11 am: World-Building: What Makes A World […]
Star Wars: A New Hope wasn’t always the near-perfect story we saw. Editors re-arranged Lucas’ story. For writers, this means you might not need to *rewrite* a broken story, just rearrange it.