Was sad to see the last session of my Short Fiction Writing Class at PCC. It was a fun group with great energy, and there will be some excellent stories coming out of it–may the world be warned! =) I’m planning to do the class again in the fall, and hopefully will have a second, critique-oriented workshop to follow it up. If you’re in the L.A. area, why not give the class a try?
June will see the release of my novella, The Strange Case of the Big Sur Benefactor. After finishing Fool’s Gold, I was desperate to write something light and fun, and this was the result. I hope people will like it!
I’ll also be sitting on a panel on Historical Fiction at the California Crime Writers Conference. Come and see me!
July will see my story About a Dog coming out in Mischief Books Quarterly No.2. It’s another Amy Archer adventure =) Amy’s fans can whet their appetite by rereading her first story in Women of the Dark Streets.
There are only a few weeks left to submit your stories for Undeath and the Age of Steam, the upcoming Elm Books steampunk anthology, so polish your goggles and get moving!
And, just because I’m *not busy enough*, I’m working on two secret projects–one for Blind Eye Books, and one which does not yet have a home. Look for more developments in the fall!