Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Reading Tonight (Jan. 17) 7-9 pm

Tonight I'm going to be at a panel discussion about "Women in SF and Writing Female Characters" with fellow writers Victorya Crane and Abra Staffin-Wiebe at the AZ Gallery in Lowertown at 7-9 PM TONIGHT (January 17, 2017).

The AZ Gallery is located at: 308 Prince St, Suite 130, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101

For more information check out the event's Facebook Page.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Good Book, Good Cause

I contributed to Jim Hines' on-going fundraiser for Transgender Michigan, one of the only transgender helplines in the country that's 24/7. If you've been wanting to try Resurrection Code but never got around to buying a copy, now you can do it AND support a good cause!


As an FYI, there are very few physical copies of this book left. The publisher shipped me the remaining stock after the book went out of print. It also features a trans character. I know a lot of my readers bought this book when it came out, but like I say, this is a chance to help out a worthy charity as well!

Friday, November 04, 2016

Two for the Price of One!

If you're looking for something to do the day after the elections, maybe something to compel you to pull yourself from your blanket fort, you can come check out TWO Wyrdsmiths at Magers & Quinn.

At 7 pm on Wednesday, Nov 9, Kelly Barnhill and Lyda Morehouse will be part of a panel discussion on women in SF/F.

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Wyrdsmiths News Round-Up (Oct. 31 - Nov. 5)

  • Naomi Kritzer: sold "Zombies in Winter" to Persistant Visions.
  • Kelly Barnhill: current issue of Lightspeed features, "The Insect and the Astronomer."

Monday, October 31, 2016

Wyrdsmiths Recent News Round-up

  • Kelly Barnhill: "The Unlicensed Magician" WINS the World Fantasy Award, long fiction. 
  • Naomi Kritzer: sold short story "Evil Opposite" to the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
  • Naomi Kritzer: sold a collection of short stories to be published by Fairwood Press.
  • Lyda Morehouse: anthology in which short story "Everything in Its Place" is available as a Kindle edition: Boundaries Without: The Calumet Editions 2017 Anthology of Speculative Fiction (paper, forthcoming.)

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Gaylaxicon Schedule - Morehouse


9: 30 PM -- Writing Romance and Erotica, Courtyard 1


10:30 PM -- Yaoi/Yuri: Manga for Queers, Terrace 4
12:00 AM -- Midnight Slash, 1-3 Main stage


11:00 AM -- Queering Canon, Courtyard 1
3:30 PM -- LGBTQ marriage and families, Courtyard 1

Monday, August 22, 2016


Wyrdsmiths congratulates Naomi Kritzer for winning a Hugo (in the short story category) for "Cat Pictures, Please" (Clarkesworld). And, in the spirit of the internet, here is a cat picture:

Wowza, Naomi!  So awesome!  And such a great story. If you haven't read it, go read it! It's amazing.