When I was tiny, I still read before I could read. In the dark and under blankets, voices whispered from foamy, tinny speakers, telling me of other worlds, pirates, monsters, and talking mice. Then everything would go "ssshhhhhwipwip," and I'd have to spend ten minutes or so reaching into the bowels of the sony walkman, desperate … Continue reading Untangling the Cassette (At Audible.com)
Greetings from isolation! I can confess that I've been doing a terrible job keeping things up to date since the new year, but in fairness, I've haven't really had that much to say other than "Work in progress". But now I do have a few things to announce, so here I am. Firstly, I am … Continue reading March (again?) again – poems and nominations
The Visitation Seeds have come! A new novella coming from me to you
Proud to share my first publication in a pro market! You can read my essay Queering the Cyborg: How the Hybrid Body can Set us Free in Strange Horizons today! You can read my essay Queering the Cyborg: How the Hybrid Body can Set us Free in Strange Horizons today! focusing the figure of the … Continue reading Queering the (Strange Horizons)
I’m sitting on a bus, my nose pressed to the window. Outside, Ontario morphs into Quebec. It has been about a month since my last update. Of course, in the 21st century, one month feels equivalent to about 80 years. I’m writing this on a Thursday and setting it on an automatic timer, so that … Continue reading Bodies, Watchers, and Magic Doors: A February update
Hello all! I'm excited to share that I've been announced as a speaker at Nerd Nite Toronto on November 28th. Here is a link to the event page, the 2019 Nerdtacular! I will be giving a talk about the Cyborg, a figure that has dominated the focus of my writing –both my academic and creative efforts … Continue reading Come to the Nerd Nite!
Check out two cool but very different events coming in the next few weeks!
So What We See in the Smoke is being officially released this week! You can now a copy of the book from Crowsnest Books, Amazon, and Chapters Indigo! You can also go to your local store and ask them to order you a copy. However you get your copy is awesome! I'll also be at the 2019 Academic Conference on Canadian Science … Continue reading Blurb from Andrew Wilmot