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peek a boo

Here I am. Honestly. I haven’t been as slack as the date of my last post suggests. I’ve been doing lots of writery things. I have missed you though, so I thought I might drop in and say hello.

There’s this lovely site called birdville magazine, run by the incredibly sweet and talented Jeremy Ohlback that has a piece of mine up called blackberries.

I had another piece, Candy Comes Back, published with Wufniks which makes me happy that one of my favourite stories and places to read got together. They also have this cool little section that asks Where Are You?   

Both pieces are about dysfunctional relationships between women. One of them happens to be dead.

My ongoing love affair with Housefire is blossoming into something more wonderful and strange every day.

After another amazing prompt I wrote the piece THE PROCESS OF PRECIPITATING SNOW for them, then Riley Michael Parker interviewed me, which includes a lot of forcing me to write tiny stories as answers. If you’re into that sort of thing you can have a look here, TWO INTERVIEWS WITH YT SUMNER.  Note the awesome Jessica Tremp striking again with my author’s pic.

If you read all the way to the end you see a little bomb dropped casually which explains why the You & Me project has been on a little hiatus. I’m writing a book. Especially for Housefire. It’s a little one, but so are most of my short stories. I don’t want to say too much because I’ve got to get back to finishing it now. And I’m completely elated and terrified about it.

Okay, that’s enough for now. I promise to be a better friend and stay in contact more. You can stalk me more efficiently on my Facebook Page. I’m there far too often for my own good.

By the way, if you clicked all the links in this post, you win a pony.

(VIA)

Seriously, it’s on its way to your house right now.

xox

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  1. May 17, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    I like ponies

  2. em
    July 1, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    so nice to stumble across house of cards to find those lovely photos of you . . . good luck with the book writing, Y . . . the fear means you on the right journey x

  1. May 18, 2011 at 11:39 am

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