Fiction | Our Favorite Android

You ask him this time.© Angel-KunWe keep losing track of our favorite android. I don’t know how he’s moving through the ship. But CommDeck always finds his recordings.4Derek (as he calls himself) goes into an unidentified setting–a converted access area of the ship where the location trackers aren’t working. He strips naked in the recording. … Continue reading Fiction | Our Favorite Android

10+ Queer SFF Webcomics (for Adults)

10+ Queer SFF Webcomics (for Adults)

There was an interesting discussion prompt in my Twitter feed today... Comic books, graphic novels, web comics: what kind of non-prose SF&F works are you into? Do any of them have a particular LGBTQ+ focus? Share!https://t.co/Iqn1ZsCvAx#ComicBooks #SpecFic #discussion pic.twitter.com/khq3cQhlsd — Queer Sci Fi (@QueerSciFi) March 8, 2019 And I thought, Jeesh, what kind of science … Continue reading 10+ Queer SFF Webcomics (for Adults)

Fiction | Rising in His Moonlit Guard

a fantasy romantica drabble© iZer0The pointed tips of Narrentuarn’s ears twitched at the urgent sounds in his mind. His hands vibrated from the desperate energy in his two ceremonial swords. The spell worked. They were coming. Across the platform of the moon rising ceremony, Hrroulenan gently drew smooth arcs of thickly smoking, herbal balls. His hypnotic body … Continue reading Fiction | Rising in His Moonlit Guard

Stories Don’t Have to Create Real Life Conflict

Stories Don’t Have to Create Real Life Conflict

This post is a response to M/M Romance author Kevin Klehr's "Stories Should Have Conflict". In which century were powerful tales not needed? Storytelling has endured through thousands of years because it is a type of power for humans. At this time, we have more humans than ever in known history. We have storytellers. We can … Continue reading Stories Don’t Have to Create Real Life Conflict

Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards

Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards

This post is an expansion of "Time Jumps: 2018 Review". Messy details are presented here for later reference. Works Published in 2018 Most of my science fiction and fantasy (SFF) last year was flash fiction. Below is a list. Short stories and one poem published on Medium.com. Of note... "Love Letters" (Feb) "Disconnect" (Feb) "Wrangling … Continue reading Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards