“The Scrape of Tooth and Bone” has garnered some delightful attention from reviewers.
Maria Haskins added it to a list of weird and wonderful science fiction and fantasy short stories, along with work by Ursula Vernon, Angela Slatter, Nnedi Okorafor, and more:
This is a highly entertaining and uniquely imagined short story that mixes archaeology, dinosaurs, spiritualism, and…robots.
Charles Payseur had some kind things to say about it at Quick Sip Reviews:
The story just does a great job of really fleshing out the world and making Lilian, the main character, deep and layered and compelling… The way in Lilian is both kind of unreliable and yet entirely genuine is charming and endearing and gets across a nice sense of danger and adventure and wonder.
Bogi Takács featured the story on #diversestories on Twitter.
also queer romance. all-around cool. it’s a pity Ada is doing the bestest autism reviews series bc she can’t review her own stories i guess?
— prezzey *Bogi Takács (@bogiperson) February 14, 2016
“The Scrape of Tooth and Bone” has also somehow sprouted its own Goodreads page. I think because GigaNotoSaurus stories are also released individually as ebooks?
Penny Stirling added an older story of mine, “How My Best Friend Rania Crashed a Party and Saved the World“, to their list of free online aromantic and asexual fiction. “Rania”‘s narrator is an aromantic teenage girl.
Since the year began, I’ve sold two new poems – one to Breath & Shadow, and one to Asimov’s. More on them later.
Finally, this news is a bit old, but I have an author tumblr account now. For the foreseeable future, I plan to use it pretty lightly (mostly for reposting my WordPress posts, and occasionally reblogging autism stuff), but anyone who likes tumblr and wants to follow me there is free to do so!