Cemetery Soup is up in amazing company at the Cheat River Review. Thank you, Kat and the fabulous Cheat River crew.
‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Is a Radical Reimagining of What It Means to Be a Hero How Ava Duvernay’s diverse casting of a ‘Wrinkle in Time’ gives the novel new meaning.
Catching up with some recent (and not-so-recent) publications:
And The Get-Get Man, short fiction at Fireside Fiction (guest editor, D.J. Older!).
And another new piece, an essay at Electric Lit:
The Get-Get Man is now live on Fireside Fiction, edited by special guest star/editor, Daniel José Older. Just in time for the spookiest time of the year.
Many things happening at Melissa Moorer headquarters. Some new publications:
The Price: A Queer Daughter of a Queer Mother, Patricia Highsmith, Carol, and confronting family history at Electric Literature. An essay.
And micro fiction about wormholes coming soon from The Offing.
One of my flash pieces (“Dog Lover”) was a Finalist in the incredible Gigantic Sequin‘s 2015 Winter Contest Series: Poetry, Comics & Flash Non-Fiction Contest!! I AM GIGANTIC!! And sequined.
Do you listen to the awesome Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour at BostonFreeRadio? You should. My work (‘Beauty Sleep,’ ‘A Theory of Lightning and Green,’ and a few of our old songs) were featured on the Literary Luminescence episode that’s available in its pod form at podbean. It’s such a perfect mix of storytelling and music and sometimes Tarot and anything really. A really beautiful and powerful concept that Mr. Bear (@MrBearStumpy on twitter) gets so right. Check out the archive of her shows for work from incredible writers and artists like Aimee Nezhukumatathil,Zachary Doss, and Bix Gabriel.