Not that I'm broken, but I was out of alliterative titles. Anyway, this past weekend was surprisingly productive. I finished off the latest BL project, and completed a new short story, "Pittailiniq", which is about an Inuit angakkuq fighting zombies near Hudson Bay. It's a short, punchy little story and the research took more time than the actual writing, but I'm pretty satisfied with it.
Also over the weekend, I was officially informed that my story, "Time's Black Gulf" will be appearing in the anthology, Challenger: Lost Places, New Worlds, which I am very excited about. I also got word that progress is being made on the anthology Song of the Satyrs, which includes my story of Lovecraftian goat-goddesses, "The Briggs' Hill Path".
Speaking of Lovecraft, today I started "The Yoth Protocols", which is set in the American Midwest at the height of the Cold War. Oklahoma, to be exact. It's about a proxy war of a different sort, alien gods, Soviet agents and an old favourite of mine, Indrid Cold. Hopefully I'll have it polished off by the weekend.
Oh, hey, Occult Detectives in Literature. Go peruse those links.
That's that for today. Out you go.