Author Archives: Kristin

Kickstarter for Mysterion 2

Donald and I are running a Kickstarter to fund a second volume of the Mysterion anthology. Check it out! Our funding target is $5000, which would be just about enough to pay the authors. We are able to cover the … Continue reading

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Boskone 2017

I had posted earlier about my schedule for Boskone–I was going to be on several panels, and participating in the Boskone Book Party to promote Mysterion.  Donald and I were also planning to throw a party. Unfortunately, we’re now unable … Continue reading

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“The Price of Healing” in Kzine

My neolithic elf story “The Price of Healing” has just come out in Issue 17 of Kzine.  This one is set in the same world as “City of the Dying Sun”, “The Shoemaker’s Daughter”, “The Year of the Bear”, “Brother’s … Continue reading

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“Children of Cronus” out in Silent Screams

I have another new story out, my third this year. “Children of Cronus” has appeared in Silent Screams: An Anthology of Socially Conscious Dark Fiction, edited by Josh Strnad. The Kindle version is available now, with the paperback edition to … Continue reading

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“As Travelers in Sky Boats” now out at Escape Pod

My story “As Travelers in Sky Boats” is now up at science fiction podcast Escape Pod.  You can listen to it, narrated by Ibba Armancas, or read it at the website.  Or both! It’s about clueless cultural anthropologists (in space!), … Continue reading

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Mysterion now available for purchase

Well, posts here have been scarce this year.  Apparently editing and publishing an anthology is a lot of work.  Who knew? I’m very excited to announce, however, that the anthology Donald and I have spent much of the last year … Continue reading

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Table of Contents Announcement

Donald S. Crankshaw and I are pleased to announce the Table of Contents for our forthcoming anthology Mysterion: Rediscovering the Mysteries of the Christian Faith. Authors include Nebula nominees Beth Cato and Kenneth Schneyer, plus 18 others, newcomers and veterans … Continue reading

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New story out in SQ Mag

My story “Thou Hast by Moonlight at Her Window Sung” is in the latest edition of SQ Mag, from Australia.  They publish in a webzine format, with all the stories available to read for free online.  So check it out, … Continue reading

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Worlds without eggs

I haven’t liked eggs since I was 3 years old.  Eggs as ingredients don’t bother me–in cake, custard, ice-cream, meringue, chocolate mousse, chocolate soufflé, pancakes, waffles–I just don’t think of them as food.  I don’t eat flour straight out of the … Continue reading

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New story out in Daily Science Fiction

My new story “The Workshop at the End of the World” is now out at Daily Science Fiction (click to read).  It’s so short that I don’t want to give away too much by trying to explain it, but here’s … Continue reading

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