This is my last post of the year wherein the days are longer than the nights. In just three days Autumn will arrive, and with it the slow slide into the winter months. Though if the outside temperature of the past month is any indication, we may well still be able to visit the beach well into December.
Three new volumes arrived in the Library of Winkelman Abbey in the past week.
On the left is the new anthology from the Calico imprint of Two Lines Press, Cuíer: Queer Brazil.
In the middle is the latest from And Other Stories, Oldladyvoice.
On the right is the new issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, which is one of the few remaining subscriptions I have kept, though through the intermediary of their annual Kickstarter event.
In reading news, I finished Derelict, which I found to be an excellent collections of stories, and am now about 50 pages into The Kingdom of Copper by S.A. Chakraborty, the second book of her Daevabad trilogy. So far, I quite like it!
In writing news, I now have a plan for NaNoWriMo, which should give me the interest, the latitude, and the momentum to pump out at least 50,000 words in November, assuming the world does not, to be blunt, get even worse in the next three months.