“Makeover” at Polu Texni

As of last week,* my poem “Makeover” is up at Polu Texni.  An excerpt:

Look at me now.
Brown roots and sinkholes
swallowing plum-rouged bone.

You can read the whole thing over here.

Polu Texni‘s a neat little zine with lots of great poetry–including a number of 2018 Rhysling Award nominees–and an equally cool name.  From the zine itself:

Polu Texni (πολύ τεχνικός) is a Greek phrase meaning many arts. It’s the same root word as polytechnic. Polu Texni is a web magazine about mixed-media arts and speculative or weird fiction. We’re interested in the intersection where different media, styles, crafts, and genres meet to create something more interesting than what they would be alone.

*I’m terrible at timely self-promotion.  Don’t judge.

“This Side of Time” featured at Fantastic Stories of the Imagination

I’m very proud to open this renovated website with a new story announcement: you’ll find “This Side of Time” in the May 2015 issue of Fantastic Stories of the Imagination.

You are Husband Seven-Sixty-Five.

You do not know Emily, yet; she’s only fifteen, after all. But she’s identified you and recorded you in the stacks of spiral-bound notebooks she keeps in her parents’ attic . . . .

Other stories featured in the May issue include “Little Fox” by Amy Griswold and reprints by Sarah Totton, Bruce Coville, and Alex Shvartsman.  Take a look!