• Kitten Report #17: Songbird Fever - In which George spends a couple of days in kitty hospital on IV antibiotics and resolves never to eat a bird again.
  • A is for Abattoir: Five words for 2021 so far - For me and Kelley the first half of January has been a rollercoaster of events clustered around five different words. 
  • 2020 Adieu - Charlie and George bid farewell to 2020. The photo is from last year because the beasties are too busy murdering small things...
  • 2021: A Look Ahead - I'm wary of making predictions but here are my two sincere hopes for us all in 2021
  • 2020: An unusual year - I considered titling this post 2020: The Fuckening. A lot sucked—but it was also a profoundly liberating year for my work.
  • Holiday Greetings From Various Beasties - Holiday greetings from Charlie and George, plus some reindeer
  • Christmas Eve and flowers are still flowering - Here in Seattle we've had sleet and snow and frost and rain—so much rain. But astonishingly the flowers in pots on our decks are still valiantly flowering. An omen for 2021?
  • New interview just up - A new interview just went up on The Fantasy Hive, in which I talk like a machine gun to Jonathan Thornton about my entire fiction career.
  • Solstice story - In honour of the Solstice I've created an illustrated PDF of a short story. A woman walks into a Seattle bar during a snowstorm and finds just what she’s looking for—or does she? Read by the fire with a glass of Armagnac, and dream of snow...
  • Spear—my short fantasy novel - I've written a new book: a short fantasy novel (my first!): Spear. It's like Hild but with magic—the wild magic of the landscape, yes, the magic of love and the human heart, absolutely, but also the sword-swinging, monster-killing magic of myth and demigods...