It’s November! I’m back to brighten your blahs with a poem in the November  issue of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly.

“Gæscligcymblingas” is my tribute to Edward Gorey’s “Gashleycrumb Tinies,” mashed up with Old English literature. Because, as we all know, the only class of characters more prone to ghastly death than Victorian children are Anglo-Saxon heroes. All the names in my poem are references to Old English literature. Since some of them are pretty obscure, I thought I’d make a cheat sheet and put it here. Continue reading