My interactive short fiction “The Field Guide for Next Time” is out now in the latest issue of khōréō magazine!
Sarah Gailey invited me to be a part of their Personal Canons Cookbook project. I wrote about community, consumerism, and kuleana, and made “Spam” and rice!
I finally break the taboo about discussing the ending and talk about what’s really down there in the deep, dark ocean. It’s not a spoiler if you already know.
A conversation with Fraiser Armitage about writing immersive world building, the role of exploration in science fiction, mermaids and motherhood and more.
A fun craft chat Q&A
A heart-felt review
I love finding out who I made cry. It makes me cry.
The continuous work of empathy, decentering humanity, massive shifts in world view. Oh my! Karolina Fedyk knows how to read Weird Fishes.
Paul Semel has interviewed some of my favorite writers over at his site and took the time to ask some questions about Weird Fishes.
Weird Fishes is featured as part of dragonfly.eco’s World Eco-fiction Series. This was a really rewarding interview. I like the hard questions!