And since I'm here, an update about recently published work and some upcoming things!
- "A Welling Up," a short story about looking for a lost sibling, the undercurrents of loss and desire, and a woman sick with lakes. Published in Strange Horizons in May.
- "All the Ophelias in My Flat" was published in Sylvia Magazine in June. This is probably my favourite piece of flash fiction I've written, and the one that got me my Word Factory Apprenticeship! Based on true events.
I have some exciting news coming up about a game project that should be released sometime next year. The kind of work that if you told my twenty-year-old self I'd do one day they'd die blissful and cackling. But I can't share the details just yet!
So here's another bit of news instead:
Late last year, I sold a fantasy novella to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction! Mad Milk is a story about what happens when cultures and people relate to each other through the vocabularies, narratives, and practices of conquest alone. It’s about the mythologies of belonging, queer desire, and what we do when we’re lost: the great things, the awful things.
I can't wait to share it with you all.