This piece was published in 2013 in Burningword Literary Journal. I have it linked on my Poetry page, but it looks like you need an account on that website to see this now. So, here you go! On the commute homethe clouds form a tableatop four grain silos,each grand, different. It reminds me of you. … More Poem: Farmland
The Journal of Dungeoneering for Hip and Attractive Professionals releases the following call for papers and art to fill its inaugural issue. … More POST FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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SHE’S LOST CONTROL is a new anthology forthcoming from PMP written by women and edited by… ME! … More In which Liz reads submissions
I’m going to start submitting my novel in earnest. Join me in my quest! … More Submit, submit, submit!
I feel like I can finally talk about this, because I have a date for when my fiction finally gets printed and I get to hold my own words in my own two hands. … More Story acceptance!
My friend Kenneth W. Cain is a freaking beast at Internet research. He just updated his list of horror/fantasy/sci-fi markets, most of which are paying. I’m definitely going to be using this one. Holy cow. Good job, dude. Who needs duotrope when you’ve got this guy? Check it out here. Psst. Check out his work … More Kenneth W. Cain’s Markets
Hellooooo all of my beautiful followers. I promised you yesterday that I would have news about NEAT. Well, lo and behold, we are LIVE. NEAT. started as a conversation in the beginning of July between myself and my friend TM Keesling. We asked each other: How can we create something that we will be proud … More The first issue of NEAT. is now live!
I would like you all to know that I haven’t died. Yay, right? I took a long break to go on vacation with Husband and do fun things like mountain biking and hiking and all sorts of other things that end with “-ing.” Also did quite a bit of writing, so maybe you will see … More After a Hiatus, I Present to You . . .