Brit Mandelo (britmandelo) wrote,
A few days early, but I think it's probably safe to assume I won't hear anything too exciting in the next week, since nearly everyone is off work!

2011 In Review

This skips over things like journaling, both on this blog and on paper, which adds up to several hundred pages - apparently I had quite a lot to say this year, hah. It also skips over unfinished work, revisions, and all of that; just the finished, whole pieces here.

Published in 2011

Short fiction:
"Though Smoke Shall Hide the Sun" at Tor.com (February)

Poetry:
"On Moving Into Your New Home" at Ideomancer (December)

Articles:
"Linguistics for the World-Builder" at Clarkesworld (April)
"The Poetry of Joanna Russ: An Introduction" at Stone Telling (December)

Other:
Tor.com – 101 posts

Written in 2011

Articles:
"Linguistics for the World-Builder"
"Gonzo: The Real, the Surreal, and Hunter S. Thompson"
"Gender in Neil Gaiman's Coraline(s)"
"The Poetry of Joanna Russ: An Introduction"
"The Poetry of Joanna Russ: Poems 1954-1957"

Poetry:
"On Moving Into Your New Home"
"What I Have Not Done"

Short Fiction:
"The Finite Canvas"
"The Writ of Years"

Other:
Thesis – "WE WUZ PUSHED: On Joanna Russ and Radical Truth-telling"
Anthology – "Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction"
Tor.com – 101 posts

Papers for Spring & Fall Semesters:
3 @ 2,000 words or less
6 @ 7,000 words or less


Placed in 2011, Forthcoming:

Short fiction:
"Winter Scheming" to Apex Magazine

Poetry:
"To Ransom His Shade" to Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine (Feb '13)

Articles:
"Gonzo: The Real, The Surreal, and Hunter S. Thompson" to [redacted]
"The Poetry of Joanna Russ: Poems 1954-1957" to Stone Telling

Books:
Anthology – Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction to Lethe Press
Nonfiction – WE WUZ PUSHED: On Joanna Russ & Radical Truth-telling to Aqueduct Press
Tags: 2011, pondering the work, publishing, writing
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