September 22, 2022. I will be at the Lanternfish Press booth at NEIBA in Providence from 11am to noon. Stop by if you’ll be there!
May 12, 2022. I chatted with Kimbery Davis Basso on Instagram Live. Check out the video here!
November 5, 2021. 12pm Eastern. Join me and five other authors as we read samples from our work for Strong Women, Strange Worlds. This is a perfect stream for your lunch break! The event is virtual and free, but registration is required.
October 19, 2021. 6pm Eastern. I’m talking about our vampire books with fellow Lanternfish Press author Andrew Katz. The event is virtual and free, but registration is required.
September 28, 2021. 7pm Eastern. Monstrous Love with Matthew Vesely at A Novel Idea Bookstore in Philadelphia. This is a virtual event, and registration is required. If you’ve already bought my book (thanks!) I totally recommend Matt’s book, Elegy for the Undead. Registration required.
September 21, 2021. 7pm Eastern. Lanternfish Press Art of the Novella. With Stacy D. Flood (The Salt Fields), Kayla Chenault (These Bones), and Jayinee Basu (The City of Folding Faces). Registration required.
Aug 13-15, 2021. ReaderCon is virtual this year, but I’m still going. I wish I could walk around, bumping into readers and writers and chatting at will, but maybe that can happen virtually, too. It’ll be an adventure. See you on the Discord Server!
June 15, 2021. Talked with T.L. Huchu virtually via Bookmarks bookstore in North Carolina. It was a blast!
May 8, 2021. A discussion of Sternendach online with Read-It-Again bookstore in Suwanee Georgia.
February 25, 2021. I read the prologue of Sternendach at an event with my fellow local writers. Here’s the video! (I start at 20:56 or so.)
May 26, 2020. Con-Tinual Hot off the Press 5: A Predators in Petticoats anthology special. I discuss the anthology with fellow writers Vincent Carpini and Rod Belcher, and editors Emily Leverett and Margaret S. McGraw. I talk about my story for the anthology, “An Exile and an Orphan, I” and a little bit about Sternendach, which was forthcoming at the time. View the archived recording here.