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.
Should you gloat about a news story? Here's a one-question flowchart: is there a victim? Then the answer is no.