Review: Black Girl Magic Literary Magazine #1

There are quite a few venues that specialize in the publication of short-form speculative fiction, but the Black Girl Magic Literary Magazine is rather unique among them. The Editor-in-Chief, Kenesha Williams, has a pointed mission: Black Girl Magic Lit Mag is a literary magazine created to address the lack of diverse, non-majority voices and characters…

New Comics: DayBlack

Two months ago, I wrote this post. For the most part, I’ve pretty much stuck to the decision that I made then. I haven’t bought a comic from Marvel or from DC since. At the end of the post, I promised to check out comics that are off the beaten path, comics that are made…

A Score of Roses Link Roundup

(image from the 5th edition of the Dungeons & Dragons Player’s Handbook. I took this from Saladin Ahmed’s Twitter, and I’ll properly attribute it when I’m not posting from a phone.) There’ve been a couple of mentions of my story “A Score of Roses” recently that I wanted to share with everyone, because I’m a…

UPDATE – A Literary Trick

  This post is about my story inĀ Long Hidden, so I’ll begin it with a plug: Long Hidden is out and available for purchase. You can get it on AmazonĀ in paperback, for Kindle, and for Nook. Please, please take a moment to support this amazing anthology and these amazing works of fiction. I’m sure we’ve…

REVIEW: Prairie City Response #1

Prairie City Response #1 Written by Marshall Edwards Art by Erick Adrian Marquez Colors by Erick Adrian Marquez/Jeremy Mohler Letters by Teigan Hockman I love indie comics. As a struggling, newbie writer, I understand the difficulty that comes from putting pieces of your life aside and sitting down to craft something, usually for little or…