Monday, April 29, 2013

Need a Writer? What I Do and What I've Written

I'm a writer! If you're looking for a writer or editor for your project, I might be able to help. Whether you do or don't see your type of project listed, please email me with your guidelines:
nayadica at gmail dot com
(There's a list of my previous publications at the bottom of this page.)

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Short Fiction
Hello, editors! I write speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy, and horror. I love guidelines and deadlines, and I turn stories in on time, written to the requested length.

  • For novelettes (7,500 to 17,500 words), please allow at least two months.
  • For short stories (1,000 to 7,500 words), please allow at least one month.


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It's time for an Exciting Tour of My Stuff! Come with me! Here's a list of non-blog things I've written and where you can find them.

My Original Speculative Fiction Anthologies



My Fiction

  • "An Assessment of the Incident at Camp Righteous", in Space Grunts: Full-Throttle Space Tales #3, edited by Dayton Ward: Science Fiction. During a militaristic theocracy's invasion of an alien planet full of harsh conditions, a young soldier tries to fulfill his mission while his mind deteriorates.
  • "The Emperor Everlasting", in Steampunk World, edited by Sarah Hans. An alternate history story in which the Incas were much more successful in the world than they were in the actual past you may have learned about. Intrigue unfolds as a royal Deviser is thwarted in her every effort to complete the most important job in her nation's history. Features battle llamas!
  • "Quintuple-A", in Sidekicks!, edited by Sarah Hans. Science Fiction, Humor. A low-budget academy that trains sidekicks for superheroes is suddenly up for review, and Daltona Doyle has just one day to prepare an athletics-challenged student for testing.
  • "Running in Wonderland", in Space Tramps: Full-Throttle Space Tales #5, edited by Jennifer Brozek. Science Fiction. An unwanted homeless woman with medical problems, and no money, has 24 hours to get in and out of a space station full of trouble that's her best option for finding a permanent place to live.
  • "Three Transformations", in The Crimson Pact: Volume Two, edited by Paul Genesse. Horror. The owner of a no-kill animal shelter has her worldview and self-image broken all at once when she must cope with an intruder and an invading demon.
  • "Tipping Point", in Ghost in the Cogs, edited by Scott Gable and C. Dombrowski


My Non-Fiction



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Disclosure of Material Connection: I am the author of these stories and articles, so purchasing some of the books listed above will result in me getting a tiny bit of money. They're not affiliate links, though! Use your best judgment. :)

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