Punch and pie. (Not really, but you can buy coffee and pastries in the cafe.)
I have a very short piece about Ariel and Raena (from The Dangerous Type) in the Flight anthology, which is a fundraiser for QueerSciFi.com. You can pre-order it for your kindle here: http://amzn.to/2cjMHVK
I think there will be a paperback edition, too.
Coming next month:
I will start a new monthly cemetery column at GothicBeauty.com. I’m not sure when exactly it will go up, but I’m really excited about it.
Coming next year:
Stephen Jones bought my story “The Drowning City” for Best New Horror #27, which should be out in February 2017. The story was originally published in Nancy Kilpatrick and Caro Soles’s nEvermore!: Tales of Murder, Mystery, and the Macabre.
Recap for the last month:
I have a story about the San Francisco Columbarium and the Chapel of the Chimes in this issue of Search Magazine — and you can read it for free: https://searchmagazinenet.wordpress.com/…/search-magazine-6…
I’m really proud of my essay/booklist that appeared on GirlsinCapes.com: 5 Science Fiction Novels that Center on Bisexuality: http://girlsincapes.com/2016/08/17/diversereads-sffbisexuality/
I read the beginning of Lost Angels on Other Worlds of Romance and we talked about sex and graveyards: http://tobtr.com/9186785
Speaking of succubi, “The Angel’s Lair” is up to read for free at Wattpad: https://www.wattpad.com/myworks/81112719-the-angels-lair
And finally the Death’s Garden essays continue on Cemetery Travel. Here’s the most recent one of mine: https://cemeterytravel.com/2016/09/02/deaths-garden-the-original-catacomb/