The semester just ended this year, and now I am in New York City to attend the Frieze Art Fair, see Cynthia Von Buhler’s wonderful Speakeasy Dollhouse immersive theatre extravaganza, and catch as many art shows and literary readings as I can fit in 10 days. Will try to update blog with lovely pics and such but in the meantime, my latest article is up at Weird Fiction Review: “Wonders and Blunders”: The Transgressive Fantastic in Mark Hosford’s Art and my short story, “The Four Horsemen,” is live at Danse Macabre.
If you’ve not read a good novel lately that takes you out of this hectic, frenetic, zombie-induced existence, then it’s time to order Maria Dahvana Headley’s Queen of Kings. Go read my review over at Fantasy Matters to hear more about this glorious story that I greedily gobbled up within a few days. And while you’re over at Amazon, do take a quick a peek at the newest issues of Bourbon Penn and Prick of the Spindle (Kindle version), which contain my stories “Merea” and “Evangelical Wonderland.”
Next week I’ll have a new article in Weird Fiction Review about the ghoulish and grotesque art work of Mark Hosford, and my short story “The Four Horsemen” will be reprinted in Danse Macabre, so check back. And the semester will finally, finally, be done (congrats to all my seniors who are graduating! You did it, my lovelies). Immediately after my last class I’ll be taking the red eye to NYC for the Frieze Art Fair, which starts May 4th; there will be tweets and pics and follow up posts, I’m sure. But most of all, there will be dancing, my friends.