As someone who's been doing National Novel Writing Month for the past six years, I was excited to the point of fangirling by the opportunity to write for their Camp Nano blog. In true bookworm form, I wrote about books. You can read my blog post here.
If you're curious about my new newsletter The Bookworm Is In, here's last month's edition about handfasting and romance. The Bookworm Is In (Love) Hello! Welcome to the second ever Bookworm newsletter, where we... well I talk books, magic, and media. This edition is a pure cop out to the month of February: love and... Continue Reading →
I had a great time talking to Stephanie Longoria, coordinator of the Crocker Museum ArtMix and an even better time listening to her WILT playlist. Check it out in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I know I haven't been doing a whole lot of content production on my blog lately. It's not a dynamic that really works for me. So, I'm trying another approach: a newsletter. Every month, The Bookworm Is In will talk about topics in books, media, magic and the occult. The first edition will come out... Continue Reading →
Apparently, this is my week for stories coming out, because my first ever paid published story "Bruises" has just been re-released in 200 CCs' Year One Anthology! It looks like a great collection and I am really excited to be a part of it. What a lovely way to end the year.
The anthology with my newest story "I Carry You Everywhere" is on sale now! I'm over the moon and can't wait for you all to read it! Check it out here .
I'm really excited to announce that my story "I Carry You Everywhere" is coming out in the Realities Perceived anthology from Left Hand Publishers! "I Carry You Everywhere" is the longest story I've ever sold and close to my heart. The anthology comes out at the end of this month (exact date TBA). I can't... Continue Reading →
Ean Clevenger is one of the few people who, based on the number of jobs they hold down, I come close to believing when they tell me they're a vampire. The DJ, beer bike manager, substitute teacher, web content developer, singer of Creux Lies, founder of promotion company Lull Presents, and this month's WILT curator,... Continue Reading →
It was great to find out what was going on with wonderfully weird band Separate Spines. I hadn't talked about/to them since my WILT interview with Sydney Jones and it really cool to see how they'd evolved since then. Read all about their new album and how 2017 has changed them in my new TUBE.... Continue Reading →