Happy to announce that my novelette, “But, Still, I Smile,” is forthcoming in Clarkesworld!
Wow! I’m so excited. This is the first time for any of my poems to be nominated for any award.
Many thanks to all who have nominated and read my poems. Also, a shoutout to talented poet Deborah Davitt who I know really enjoyed “nakajiru.” We also have co-written poems (with amazing poet Gretchen Tessmer) now out in this current issue of Star*Line and in a previous issue.
I feel like this calls for a Riesling joke… raise a glass? **clink**
Star*Line 42.1 Winter 2019 is out!
—with poems I’ve (co-)written or translated, including:
“XenoPoetry: Untitled” by Shiyi Li and translated by me
“a nano message” (a Valentine’s Day poem!)
a haiku (“cinnamon tentacles, cardamom suckers”)
“Balancing Act” by Deborah L. Davitt, Gretchen Tessmer and me!
—with thanks to Editor Vince Gotera!
“Paprika Dust” is selected as one of the Editor’s Choice poems (my first ever!) and can be read online here.
Mary Soon Lee, who has some fun New Year’s Resolutions to share in her latest poem (also Editor’s Choice) in Star*Line, tweeted some kind words about “Paprika Dust”:
My poem, “Atomic Numbers” made it to the finals for the 2018 Analog Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Reader Awards!
The page also has the finalists up for free reading.
Thanks to everyone who voted and happy reading!
Anyone nominating or voting for speculative/SFF poetry awards?
I have my 2018 poetry packet ready for you. Just hit me up on the contact page. Felt pretty good I finally got this thing together!
I’m also a SFPA member now so eligible to nominate and vote for various poetry awards. Just sent in my Rhysling nominations—and will send in the Dwarf Stars (10 lines and under) ones later this year.