Last October, I had the great privilege to attend the World Fantasy Convention in my home city of Montreal at the Hôtel Bonaventure. It was a relief to be able to meet writers from the United States and across Canada after nearly two years of pandemic shut-down. If it had been held in another city, I probably would not have risked travel or asked for the time off work to attend.
The Goddess in Him
Kurghan, a time-traveling Scythian blacksmith with a jewellery business in Montreal's Plateau neighbourhood, notices that his son Altai is losing the culture of his people. Kughan longs for nothing less than to feel the wind in his hair again and to ride his horse on a leopard hunt. He wants the same for his son. …
Montreal poet recounts experience as war refugee
"I tell it like it is, but always with empathy. Because I found empathy to be the most important thing."
Rising Phoenix: An Interview with R. F. Kuang
R.F. Kuang's The Poppy War is "a big, messy mashup with inspirations ranging from World War II to Ender’s Game to Avatar: the Last Airbender."
I Got Profiled by Graphite Publications!
This week I got profiled as a creative-to-watch with Graphite Publications.
Futurographer: An Interview with Pablo Valcárcel
Pablo Valcárcel tells the story of a Futrographer's search for a revolution that does not devour its children.
On the Virtue of Forgetting
We are enslaved to the past. So when is it best to forget it?
Playing a Cruel God: An Interview with Joseph Halden
Joseph Halden explores the evil psyche of an evolutionary scientist in "G," included in the speculative fiction anthology E is for Evil.
New Archaeologies of the Weird Newsletter!
There's a new way for us to stay connected: the new Archaeologies of the Weird newsletter. Your one-stop-shop for all-around news about what's going on in my life.
The Critical Irrealism of Borges’s Aleph
Borges throws doubt on the very ability of language to represent reality.