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Black Women in Horror

So geeked to be recognized with these esteemed writers by Black Women in Horror. The amazing Sumiko Slauson has been compiling this list since 2013. This year, award-winning writer Kenya Moss-Dyme helped curate the list for a new book 150 Black Women …

Sharing Some News

I am thrilled to be named a finalist for the 2022 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Competition for my script “Spectacle.” I wrote “Spectacle” in March 2020 at the onset of the pandemic. It’s the story of a lonely artist …

LitFest Pasadena

So geeked to participate in the panel “LA’s Speculative Lens” at LitFest Pasadena. If you’re in the area, please swing by for an amazing discussion. The panel takes place on Saturday, April 30 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. at Mountain View Mausoleum. …

Happy New Year!

I know it’s almost February but I’m running on CPT as usual. 2022 really feels like a time for new beginnings, new opportunities and new dreams. My short story “The Stiffening” was featured on PodCastle. I hope you’ll give it a …

My Review of Karen

My dear friend Kate Maruyama is curating a column THE HORROR for Cultural Daily and my review of the movie Karen is now live. I didn’t love this film, as you’ll see when you read my review. I do credit the filmmakers for tackling …

FIYAH Con

FIYAH Con is this week! I’ll be moderating the panel “Speculative Indie Filmmaking: A Praxis.” We’re screening the short speculative film “Fevered Dreams,” written and directed by my sista spec fiction/sci-fi scribe L.M. Davis. Please join us at 5:00 p.m. EST …

New Spec Fiction

I have a new short story “70 Decibels” over at Speculative City magazine. This issue plays with the theme of “sound.” I was inspired to write about a future where noise is hyper-regulated and people walk around in fear of the Amp Patrol. What …

New Flash Fiction!

So geeked my flash fiction fantasy piece “How to Become an Ancestor” has found a home in Lightspeed magazine. Lightspeed is a science fiction and fantasy mag that has published Stephen King, N.K. Jemisin, George R.R. Martin, Ursula K. Le Guin and Ken …