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I enjoy carousels enough that I’ve written a story about them (“The Last Horse,” which appeared in the September 2012 of Aoife’s Kiss), and I like to visit historical ones when I get the chance. Yesterday, I visited the Historic Carousel … Continue reading
My contributor’s copy of Aoife’s Kiss (issue #42), containing my story “The Last Horse,” arrived in the mail yesterday, and the cover is even nicer looking in print than it was digitally. It was created by Laura Givens, who has done … Continue reading
“The Last Horse,” appearing in the September 2012 issue of Aoife’s Kiss, has been out for a while, but I haven’t had time to say much about it because the day job has been keeping me busy recently. All of … Continue reading
My story “The Last Horse” is now available in the September 2012 issue of Aoife’s Kiss. It’s about carousels, Americana, and…well…the apocolypse. The issue also has one of the neatest pieces of cover art I’ve seen in a long time. The September … Continue reading
Yesterday I visited a carousel I’ve been wanting see for some time—yes, a carousel, merry-go-round, or whatever else you might call it. Most people don’t think about carousels, but since I did a lot of research on them for my … Continue reading
Aoife’s Kiss has accepted my story “The Last Horse” for the September 2012 print and online issue. This one was a personal favorite, so I’m happy that it’s finally found a home.