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Publication updates: new poems and CNF out; work long and shortlisted for prizes and forthcoming; latest news on Ethics in the Arthurian Legend!
Hello, all! I’ve been busily grading and getting the Spring semester concluded (and balancing that with cancer treatments) and so have been remiss in sharing some recent publications and good news. Without further ado, if you like what I make … Continue reading
Posted in Editorial work, fiction, poetry, Publishing, writing Tagged AmEditing, amwriting, amwritingfiction, amwritingpoetry, Arthurian Legend, Arthurian Scholarship, Cathexis Northwest Press, Dark and Twisty With a Side of Optimism, DarkWinter Literary Magazine, Dream Visions, Eccentric Orbits 4, Ethics in the Arthurian Legend, Grendel's Mother, I'm In This Story and I Don't Like It, Miracle Monocle 20, Nailbiter, Rhysling longlist, Rhysling nomination, speculative fiction, Speculative poetry, Star*Line 42, The Quiet Moments, Three Haiku to Chill the Spine, What the Old Woman Knows Leave a comment
Cover Reveal! Ethics in the Arthurian Legend
Absolutely thrilled with this stunning final cover design for our forthcoming volume on Ethics in the Arthurian Legend. Continue reading
“When the Elves Are Gone” part two now up at World of Myth! And other writing updates
Hello! Last month, I shared the publication journey of my short story, “When the Elves Are Gone” along with the link to the first part, published in the August issue of World of Myth magazine. I’m happy to report that … Continue reading
Writing Through Lacunae: Generative Erasures, Medieval Multiverses
By actively turning attention to the erasures and lacunae left on, in, and by my subjects of study … allowing myself along the way to think and write deeply into them… I am continuously learning, re-learning, and helping my students and readers to learn, how to engage with my work.
Posted in Academia, Arthurian Things, Conferences and Professional Development Opportunities, Research and Scholarship, Teaching, writing Tagged adaptation, Arthurian Legend, Arthurian Things, Arthuriana, Arthurtime, Beowulf, creative writing, fantasy, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia Regum Britanniae, identity scholarship, King Arthur, literary reception, medieval literature, Medieval Studies, medievalism, poet, poetry, Representation in literature, representation in teaching, scholarship, teaching, Teaching medieval literature, translation, writer, writing Leave a comment
Some (What For Me Constitutes) Big News For Arthurian Things
Arthurian Things, A Collection of Poems, my first full-length book of poetry, published in 2020 by Dark Myth Publications, has been nominated for a 2022 Elgin Award by the international Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association. Continue reading
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My first craft essay
Hello all! One of the first questions people ask you as a writer is “where do you get your ideas from?” or, “How do you come up with things to write?” or, “How do you write/ what’s your writing process?” … Continue reading
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Arthurian Things: Coming to a Bookseller Near You!
Hello, and Happy New Year! I started my 2020 out with page proofs for my first collection of poems, Arthurian Things: This book won the Open Contract challenge hosted by Jayzomon/Dark Myth Publications, and I am so delighted to be … Continue reading
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