Yesterday, I finished the story that isn't titled "Stabbing at the Face of Winter." The last 1,245 words were the hardest. Today, after a brief excursion Outside, I proofread it, make corrections, find the actual title, and then put together Sirenia Digest #108.
Tomorrow, or the day after, I get back to work on the screenplay.
But, here a thing for you: Though Subterranean Press will not be making the official announcement for another week or two, you may now pre-order Beneath an Oil-Dark Sea: The Best of Caitlín R. Kiernan (Volume Two), both the limited edition (600 copies) or the hardcover trade. Just follow the link. Also, you can get a peak at Lee Moyer's cover, though the entire cover isn't visible in the image that's posted.
We have more snow on the way.
Yesterday, I read "Northernmost global record for Multituberculata from the Eocene of Ellesmere Island, Arctic Canada."
And here are a few photos from Monday, Tuesday, and yesterday:
Monday, just before we discovered we couldn't open the door for all the snow blocking it. The next four are also from Monday.
Dawn, from the table where I write, on Tuesday morning.
Wednesday, outside the cabin, by the woodshed.
He'll sleep through anything.
All photographs Copyright © 2015 by Kathryn A. Pollnac and Caitlín R. Kiernan
Spooky says she's going to leave me if I don't stop singing "Freebird."