Hey, bro, I’d promised after the lecture to msg about the group. We meet in the Spurta app Sat. Every week. Full day with a break for lunch. The mornings are for fighting. The evenings are fucking. You don’t have go full-body for the arena but turn on ALL your haptics for the temple. Whatever … Continue reading Fiction | Meet Me in Spurta
Someone’s going to have to lend a hand. © calibra The demon gave up on tempting Irwin from his seat in the back corner of Irwin’s garage. He’d sat on the raised platform by the door into the house too long, apparently. The metal legs of his chair clanged on the concrete floor. “How long you … Continue reading Fiction | Demonic Garage
That one (fantastical) fish in the sea. © mateusmiliano10 My former mate tried to twist out of my net. I don’t think he recognized me. Must have been my hairy legs. “Let go! Let go!” “Hmmm, nope.” I squatted in the shallows where he’d swam into my trap. He slapped his fish tail and man … Continue reading Fiction | Sunrise Scales
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
Lexi hits his limits during self-defense training in Aaron’s security center. © agsandrew “Ten more,” ordered Crunch. Lexi flexed his fingers. The motion set off a scream in the muscles above his wrist. His fingers were cramping in the open palm strike position while his tormentor counted. Crunch smirked, knowingly. The skin-tight biocyber suit Lexi … Continue reading Fiction | Butterfly in The Anthill
My supervillain/-hero flash titled "Locked up, Tight" won second place in Scribophile's Through the Eyes of a Villain contest! The contest...
Annual awards are one of the incentives in the publication world for writers to experiment with stories and to ensure that work is well edited. Since I've started deliberately writing queer-centric fiction, I've been keeping on an eye out for awards focusing on stories featuring queer characters. While these stories could and do win big name awards, … Continue reading When the Rainbow Wins: Annual Awards
Notice for March's reading period. The Rainbow Awards is open to work focusing LGBT characters and people.