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Author Archives: S. Kay Nash
Comes the sun Comes the thunder With the lightning With lightning forked With lightning flashing Comes the rain Comes the rain with me 2013
Alani didn’t think to question what the blond human man was doing in the center of Overwatch Keep. If he were here, he must be a guest of the Prince.
Mist curled around the roots of the tree. She looked up to see the boughs strung with spiderwebs, lit with dewdrops that gleamed in the darkness. The tree groaned when she reached up to touch the bark. It had to … Continue reading
Down. Moving slowly, smooth stone on her hands and knees, she crept through the darkness without a mage light to guide her. There was no need for light in this place. Dark. Close. The air didn’t move here. Her tiny … Continue reading
A Quiet Place J.W. Schnarr
I grew up in libraries, usually in the Science Fiction section. I’ve been an SF geek since I read “Brave New World” way before I could really understand what it meant. There aren’t a lot of people of color in SF. … Continue reading
This started as a flash fiction writing exercise that I snagged from Chuck Wendig’s blog. I rolled up some random numbers and got two topics from his list of genre mash-up story-fodder. I got, “Mythology and Vampires.” Now, lazyass gamer … Continue reading
I said I was going to start collecting rejection letters, not acceptances. Apparently I have a bit of flash fiction appearing in an anthology coming out in January. No, it’s not a paying market, but I wasn’t about to jump back … Continue reading
SF Cons make my brain bigger. I come away with more ideas, more knowledge and an increased understanding of what’s going on in real world science and technology.