Wherein I review some records, get back into the groove of writing my ass off, and have my writing compared to endorsing fascism very early in the year.
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I am working on a collection of Polyamorous fairytales. Because "happily ever after" can mean a lot of different things, and not all of them are represented right now. We have a Polytales etsy store with some amazing poly valentines/ love cards, and are working towards a Kickstarter launch.
I'm also nearing the end of a draft my first novel, a piece of speculative fiction about a henchwoman. It also involves office politics, infrared photography and a profound misunderstanding of quantum mechanics.
I recently wrote a series of poems using the notes engine in the video game Bloodborne. You can find them on the Tumblr I have dedicated to the project, Fine or Foul. You might also stumble across them while you're wandering through Yharnam, good hunter. I wrote about my process and the experience (and about bow Bloodborne is very very hard) for First Person Scholar.
I also write video games. Most recently, I built a terrible little piece of body horror called A Gift For Mother, using Jim Munroe's engine Texture (still in beta). I also did writing and research for The Oldest Game (a newsgame about sex work),collaborated with Izzie Colpitts-Campbell and Kat Verhoeven on So You've Been Fridged (about women in refrigerators and the narrative vortex), and began a game called Restless about a ghost becoming ever more adept at haunting during the Dames Making Games long-form game program Junicorn.
I am also constantly poking at a series of poems that explore the metallurgical and alchemical properties of aggressive music.
I am represented by Ron Eckel at the Cooke Agency.
- RT @swolecialism: Literally all i want from Hollywood at this point is for them to keep putting Dave Bautista in little spectacles 07:20:54 PM February 02, 2023
- RT @cxorlando: would also like a piece on alternative forms of law enforcement/protecting communities in SFF for the record. 01:38:09 PM February 02, 2023
- RT @cxorlando: I would like to pay someone to write a piece for tor dot com on alternative structures of government writers can use in sci-… 01:38:08 PM February 02, 2023
- I'm just going to start collecting every "never do ____ in your writing" and make the equivalent of this. https://t.co/WKrOpRtxjG 01:35:11 PM February 02, 2023
- RT @horrorsong: Gustave Doré , The council held by the rats. 1868 https://t.co/NkTkqzk5Pn 12:45:45 PM February 02, 2023
- RT @wormmoonarchive: Enough about “emerging writers” — we’re looking for retreating writers. Descending writers. Stagnant writers. Bog body… 10:38:16 AM February 02, 2023
- -the lord of the rings - peonies - the crossover between RPGs and BDSM - the burden of superheroism as measured in… https://t.co/DgjsR708jI 10:38:10 AM February 02, 2023
- RT @iColpitts: Cyber witchcraft death games w/ accompanying AR app by fave humans, @maxwellander and @aaronmfking Say no more! https://t.… 03:32:14 PM February 01, 2023
- I have had the version of "Leave her, Johnny, Leave Her" from the Judas reveal trailer in my heard off and on since… https://t.co/eut8EMVItn 03:24:09 PM February 01, 2023
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