Category Archives: Short fiction
In which I channel my character Esti Gusev — or at least I channeled something. I.e., sometimes the hazards of space travel can come right down to Earth. (A la Neil F. Comin’s book The Hazards of Space Travel: A Tourist’s Guide). Continue reading
My story “Pushaway,” which tells the story of how my character Esti Gusev grew up in a toxic religious community on Mars, has now been published in the anthology Subversion: Science Fiction & Fantasy Tales of Challenging the Norm, edited by Bart Leib.
My story ‘Itch’ took 2nd place in Radical Arts for Women’s annual short story contest. You can read it here.
“Shark” is an excerpt from the novel-in-progress Cold, posted online for free as part of Crossed Genres’ Post a Story for Haiti project. Please donate to Haiti earthquake relief.
About “Mercy,” a piece I wrote in response to a theme on “you, the killer” for the Scheherazade Project. Imagining killing someone was hard enough on me that I hope never to be called upon to do it for real.
A tale of tattoos & dykely romance in an Anchorage queer bar.
The short story “Cold,” which originated with my writing for NaNoWriMo 2007, will be published in the November 2009 issued of Crossed Genres. It’s about two young women, Boleyn & Bai, on a planet in the late stages of terraformation.
A tragic tale of bears, identity theft, & a blonde gone terribly, terribly wrong.