An idea for being more intentional about my personal spending and making my walk more closely match my talk on the issues that matter to me most.
Twitter has an easily solved Nazi problem, but their unwillingness to solve it is the same as embracing it.
I have cancer. Not the kind that will kill me, but that's because I've been picked by our vile system as one of the lucky ones worthy of healthcare.
It's been a while since my last post. Things happened. Highlights!
Five years on my own. I wouldn't have it any other way.
There were many great stories in August, but these four were the ones that floored me.
Give the audio version, brilliantly read by J.S. Arquin, a listen.
This story had a crooked path to publication, but it got there, and it's got a great home at the relaunched Plasma Frequency magazine.
My top four in every category (except that one I always miss). So much good stuff this year, it was incredibly hard to pick.
In July 2015, just now wrapping up, I read 61 pieces of 2015 award eligible fiction. Most of those were flash and short stories, but it included a few novels and longer-form pieces. These 9 are the ones that will stick with me most and longest, including my favorite novel of 2015 so far.