“What don’t die can’t live. What don’t live can’t change. What don’t change can’t learn.”

I told one of my best friends earlier today, I feel like we've lost an Elder. He agreed. It doesn't much matter what "we" I'm talking about there. We, writers. We, readers. We, lovers of fantasy. We, admirers of satire. We, thinking observersĀ of this mad world we inhabit. We, humans, who feel and dream and … Continue reading “What don’t die can’t live. What don’t live can’t change. What don’t change can’t learn.”

Why You Should Bid on #MS4MS

So, my literary agency is doing something super-cool for its anniversary: #MS4MS, where agents are auctioning off manuscript critiques to raise money for multiple sclerosis. My agent, Connor Goldsmith, is one of those offering his services in the auction, and y'all, you could not do better than bidding for a critique from him. Connor has … Continue reading Why You Should Bid on #MS4MS

Reading Recs for Women’s History Month

Fuse Literary (the agency that represents me) ran a reclist on Tumblr for Black History Month all through the month of February, and they're looking to do so again in March for Women's History Month. Since this is an area of personal interest and importance to me, I took up the challenge when they asked … Continue reading Reading Recs for Women’s History Month