I am the co-editor of Fractured West and reviews editor of PANK.
I'm inspired by misheard song lyrics, genderqueer, going on bad dates, art history, angry girls of all genres and eras, self-indulgent indie epics, being told what to do by old men in ugly jumpers, chunky coffee-table photography books, and the sea.
I write because it's the only thing I know how to do.
I only read novelisations of computer games.
Hey Kirsty - I think you mean 'peen' in your latest. Regards, Larry the Sheet Metal worker.
Lovely! I didn't know you were on here.
Thank you so much for inviting me to Fictionaut last year, I can't tell you have much it has meant to me. :)
Hey thanks for writing up Dreaming in Mink as a Fictionaut Fave. Your insight into the sensuous vs clinical worlds made me see it with new eyes.
Thanks for the words, Kirsty. I've been writing alot lately, but never post unpublished work to the general wall here.
You have a strong writing style. I always enjoy reading your work.
Thank you Kirsty, for your kind words about "Villa Monterey". Best, Meg
Gracias for the comment on "Until We Died," Kirsty.
At least you like something in my story, Kristy. I love "All Night Cartoon Party."
Hi Kirsty - Love the photo :)
So glad to have you accept my invitation! Were I some ninnyish, insecure writer I'd make a crack about this being the first thing of mine you've accepted. Thank God I'm not "that guy" anymore.
In all seriousness, it's great to get you for the workshoppy group. There are so many fine writers/editors there. Between the Zoetrope Flash Factory and this group, I'm so full of great readers these days.
You're probably right about the timing. Will the online issue be posted at the same time? By the way, congratulations on all your publications. I see your name all the over the place. I loved the Elimae piece.
Hi Kirsty. Thanks for inviting me to join the group. Do you have a date yet for the first issue of FW? Can't wait to see it.