A Christmas story reprinted

It’s Christmas again! If you’re looking for a bit of an antidote to saccharin seasonal fare, my science fiction-fantasy-police procedural-CanLit-CliFi-Christmas-flash story, “To the Havens,” has been reprinted in Little Blue Marble this week. Sadly, it only seems to get more topical every year.

I note that, since it was first published, one part of the story is no longer science fiction. A permanent road between Tuktoyaktuk and Inuvik opened just last month. Before that, the two communities were connected only by a winter ice road. ETA, December 28: However, the latest news reports say that the Mackenzie Valley pipeline will remain fantasy for the foreseeable future.

Reviews for “Gæscligcrymblingas”

My poem “Gæscligcrymblingas” has received two good reviews in recent days, one from Fletcher Vredenburgh at Black Gate Magazine, and the other from Charles Payseur at Quick Sip reviews. Check them out!

I haven’t been writing or submitting much fiction in 2017, as I spent the last year and a half going back to school, but now  I’m about to graduate. 2018 is looking like a much better year for stories.