Category Archives: Short stories

Write-a-Thon Week Six Wrap Up

Week Six was my least productive week, compounded by two things: a visit from my brother (which I would not trade for any amount of words) and by having to work out a plot issue/world building issue. Which I FINALLY … Continue reading

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Write-a-Thon: Week Three, Part One

Yeah, yeah. I can’t keep up with the days at this point–so much like the workshop itself! In any case, my nice span of days off will be coming to an end tomorrow, so I’ll be returning to my up … Continue reading

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Write-a-Thon: End of Week Two

It is not an easy thing to type in a car. After I finally entered the beloved ZONE, a co-worker broke my stream with a valid question. So I gave up on Thursday and tucked away the laptop. (I did … Continue reading

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“Three Oranges” Audio

Kate Baker reads “Three Oranges” at Clarkesworld. I hope it’s not too self-indulgent to listen to it on the way to work tomorrow.

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Three Oranges

“Three Oranges” will be in the February issue of Clarkesworld. This is the second short story I’ve sold that features a Russian composer (“Leningrad” was the first) and the third set in Russia (“Long Winter by Night”) or featuring Russian … Continue reading

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