Sunday Six

Six sentences for Sunday, September 29: Our excitement about the bridge does not wane.  We can talk of nothing else. The water is clearer there, someone says, pale blue like bathwater, and the beds of the rivers are littered with transparent stones like glass.  Do not drink from the rivers, or you will never want …

Speakeasy Dollhouse

OK, I love this. Artist Cynthia von Buhler created dollhouse miniatures to try to solve her bootlegger grandfather's 1935 murder.  The result is Speakeasy Dollhouse, which grew from a series of dollhouse sets to an "immersive experience" theater project (seems a bit in line with Sleep No More, perhaps?).  As a big fan of Frances …

Sunday Six

Six sentences for Sunday, September 22, 2013: From time to time, someone will try to get across.  Bridges have been proposed, but all have failed. Several famous expeditions have tried to climb down the sheer edge of the divide, hoping that when they reached the bottom they would be able to walk across and climb …

Sunday Six

To crib from a trend I've seen going around Tumblr recently, I'm going to try sharing six sentences from a writing project I'm working on every Sunday.  So, here goes: The girl in her bed was a body.  Not, at first, a person, only a configuration of limbs.  Perhaps she even thought it was dead—until, …

Hello again

So I'm going to try and pick up posting here again, after my little time away.  However, I don't think I can sustain the daily schedule I was sticking to before.  My goal right now is to try to make meaningful updates a couple of times a week, so we'll see how that goes.

Review of TGK’s First Issue

I'm delighted to say that The Golden Key received its first review today, over at The Review Review. You can read Maria Gabriela Munoz's lovely four-star review of our first volume, the "sharp things" issue, here. And then, if you haven't already, you can read issue one here.