Inchworm, inchworm, measuring the never-ending parade of ongoing projects, keeping me from losing track of what I'm doing and dissolving into a weeping pile of insecurities and confusion. Hooray! It's been a while since I've done one of these posts, and I really needed one; I don't keep track of things well without them.
"The Levee Was Dry," September 1, 2016 (Patreon).
Once Broken Faith, September 6, 2016.
Feedback, September 27, 2016.
"The Voice of Lions," October 1, 2016 (Patreon).
"Sleepover," November 1, 2016 (Shadowed Souls).
"Forbidden Texts," November 1, 2016 (What the #@&% Is That?).
"On the Mathematical Inevitability of Corvids," February 7, 2017 (Black Feathers).
Magic For Nothing, March 7, 2017.
"School Colors," March 7 2017 (Little Green Men--Attack!)
"Opening Band," unknown (The Paul and Storminomicon).
Once Broken Faith at Borderlands, September 10 2016, Borderlands Books, San Francisco CA.
New York Comic-Con, October 6-10, New York NY.
Shipwreck!: The Princess Bride, October 7, New York NY.
ICON, October 28-30 2016, Cedar Rapids IA.
Worldcon, August 8-13 2017, Helsinki Finland.
No fixed deadline/being written/unsold:
"Carry Me Home"
"These Antique Fables"
"Wrapped Around My Heart, the Vines of Your Regard"
Again, to clarify some recent confusion: some things, especially novel-length things, may appear more than once, on both the "publication date" and "being written" lists. This is because the "being written" list is an aggregate, which also includes "no fixed deadline" (IE, being written on spec or for the website) and "unsold" (IE, being written because I can). So new books will appear there for a long time before they vanish, since books take a long time to write, but may also have pub dates listed higher up.
In the case of stories listed with a publication note of "website," these are approximate dates only, and should not be viewed as binding. If the story does not appear on that date, it has been delayed, and will be posted when I can.
Look at that list. It's so shiny!