Welcome to Issue #14 of my quarterly newsletter, posted to csmaccath.com and e-mailed to subscribers on Imbolc 2015.
A troupe of drummers and dancers use an entheogen to track the whereabouts of two vessels rumored to be trapped in the event horizon of a supermassive black hole, while the science director of a great string engine tries to force them out of its path.
Nominations: I'm delighted to announce that "N is for Nanomachine", my epistolary short story for the A is for Apocalypse anthology, has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize! Details here.
Forthcoming: I'm also delighted to announce that my short story "Sing the Crumbling City" will appear in a forthcoming issue of Mythic Delirium. If you like spacetime ruptures and wormhole-traveling rock bands who sing about Northern European cosmology in strict, Sievers-type alliterative verse, this tale is probably for you. =P
Trailers: At long last, I've completed the audio recording for "Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly", and I've also created a trailer for it, which you can view here. I'll have purchase links to the ebook and audiobook in the Beltane newsletter.
Appearances: My World Fantasy Convention reading of "N is for Nanomachine" went really well, except for the promised picture-taking. You can view the only pic we managed to snap of it here.
Vegan Resource of the Quarter: Triskele Media is proud to announce the launch of YourVeganFallacyIs.com, a web site resource designed to dispell myths and misconceptions about veganism. I hope you'll take a look at the site, and I hope you find it useful.
That's all for now. Thanks for reading! See you at Beltane.
All the best,