Strange Horizons published my poem “Cherries for Buttons” today. Their Readers’ Choice Awards 2005 are open for voting until March 17. Anybody can vote. You
I just received my copy of Autumn 2005’s The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, which contains three of my poems, plus Duane Ackerson, Mike Allen, Ruth
I had stories in the latest issues of The Fiddlehead and DawnSky, and Strange Horizons published my poem, “The Greening.”
The reading went very well. We had, according to the library’s count, 27 people, which is an excellent turnout considering that I’m pretty much an
The Glaze from Breaking was reviewed in the current issue of Shearsman Magazine. My images manage to be both unusual and just right! I do
A few poems have appeared since I last updated: a scipo pantoum, “Settler’s Song” in Strange Horizons, a scipo free verse thing, “The Translator” in
I got my copy of To Find Us: Words and Images of Halifax. I have a whopping six lines in there. It was really cool
My short story “Walking Hibernation” won third place in the fiction category of the 2004 Strange Horizons Reader’s Choice Awards. I’m really very flattered.