I’ll be at FogCon in Walnut Creek on Friday, March 10 to moderate a panel on social media for writers and to participate in the Broad Universe Really Fast Reading. It should be a good time. It’s a great convention.
Wednesday, March 29: I’ll be reading at the Rebound Bookstore, 1611 4th Street in San Rafael, California. Joining me will be the amazing S.G. Browne.
I’ll be debuting a brand-new lecture called “Whistling Past the Graveyard” at StokerCon in Long Beach in April. More details as I have them.
I’m writing a new monthly cemetery column online at Gothic Beauty.
ANGELUS ROSE, the sequel to LOST ANGELS, was supposed to be out in November 2016. I’m not sure what its new release date will be. I was approached by a publisher in September to write a dream project. Months later, we’re still negotiating. I don’t want to release ANGELUS ROSE until I can promote it properly and I don’t know yet when that will be.
The revised edition of WISH YOU WERE HERE was supposed to come out in January 2017. It’s on hold for the same reason.
Upcoming Stories & Books
“Guardian of the Golden Gate,” another of my Alondra stories, will appear in the STRANGE CALIFORNIA anthology. The book should be out in 2017, but no date has been set yet.
“The Drowning City,” which appeared in NEVERMORE! TALES OF MURDER, MYSTERY, AND THE MACABRE, will be reprinted in BEST NEW HORROR 27 — alongside Neil Gaiman and Gemma Files! I can’t tell you how excited I am about that.
Recently Published Stories & Books
My very short story “The Rush of Wind” appeared in the Flight anthology, published by Mischief Corner Books. It’s one of 110 LGBQT stories in the book. Mine is about Ariel and Raena, who appeared in the In the Wake of the Templars books.
An Alondra story called “The Fatal Book” appeared in the May 2016 issue of New Realm magazine.
LOST ANGELS, the revised edition of the first novel in the As Above, So Below series, is out now from Automatism Press.
An Alondra story called “Sakura Time” just came out in FRIGHT MARE: WOMEN WRITE HORROR, edited by Billie Sue Mosiman. Contributors to the collection include Elizabeth Massie, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Kathryn Ptacek, and Lucy Taylor, among many others.
The audiobook is available on Audible.com.