2014 Writing in Review and Awards Eligibility

2014 was a good year for my writing. I had the opportunity to read my work at the Baddeck Public Library and the World Fantasy Convention, was accepted to the council of the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, was interviewed for Jolene Dawe's Celebrating Pagan Fiction series and received positive reviews for "The Daemons of Tairdean Town" and "N is for Nanomachine", which also garnered a Pushcart nomination. I also had several pieces appear in print:

In Print


"Sol Prayer: by the Oracle duality Chang Shen / Song of the Star Cradle". Astropoetica. Reprint.
"The Cradle". Astropoetica.
"Coming of Age". Polu Texni.

Short Stories

"N is for Nanomachine". A is for Apocalypse. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

These pieces are eligible for awards in both the US and Canada, as I am a US citizen and permanent resident of Canada. If you're voting in the Hugos, Nebulas, Prix Auroras, Rhyslings or other awards and want a copy for consideration, please send me your email address, and I'll make certain you get a copy.

Forthcoming in 2015

Short Stories

"C is for Change". B is for Broken.
"Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly". Triskele Media Press
"Sing the Crumbling City". Mythic Delirium.
"The Longest Road in the Universe". Hyperpulp. Reprint.


The Ruin of Beltany Ring: A Collection of Pagan Poems and Tales. Triskele Media Press. Second Edition.

I'll also be working on at least two more short stories for the alphabet anthology series, a one-act play, a new short story and poetry collection and a second novel. And I think that's enough to be getting on with.

All the best to you in 2015!
- Ceallaigh