perchance to dream

  • Perchance to Dream shorts in the wild!

    April 7, 2016

    Some of the short stories from Perchance to Dream, the anthology of Shakespeare retellings I edited last year, have recently been published as Kindle singles, and I’ve been really enjoying seeing the covers that go along with the stories. First up is Onyx by Alicia Michaels: The year is 3015, and the planet Earth is no more. Existing on space stations strewn about the galaxy, humans are searching for a…

  • An adventurous trip

    March 11, 2016

    I just got back from a week-ish long trip to California. I had a great time, especially because I got to meet up with not one, but two author friends! It was a wonderful treat. First, I got to see the fabulous T. Damon… I actually went to college with T., many, many years ago (Okay, maybe not that many, haha), but I hadn’t seen her in person since we…

  • Interview with author Allan Davis

    August 7, 2015

    To celebrate the release of Perchance to Dream, I’m interviewing some of the authors featured in the anthology. Our last interview is with Allan Davis. Tell us a little bit about your story, “A Midwinter Night’s Brainwashing.” “A Midwinter Night’s Brainwashing” is one part Shakespeare, one part Inception, two parts the Matrix… and four parts Groundhog Day. It’s all built around what Puck did in the original, and how a…

  • Interview with author Jane Watson

    August 5, 2015

    To celebrate the release of Perchance to Dream, I’m interviewing some of the authors featured in the anthology. Today’s interview is with Jane Watson! Tell us a little bit about your story, “The Taming of the Dudebro.” “The Taming of the Dudebro” is the story of Patricia Verona, a high school senior who has always been very active in the theater program at her school, and is finally getting the…

  • Interview with authors Jon Garett and Richard Walsh

    July 29, 2015

    We’re back with more author interviews celebrating the release of Perchance to Dream! Today we’re hearing from the ever-hilarious Jon Garett and Richard Walsh. Tell us a little bit about your story, “Shoulders of Giants.” Jon: Richard and I have always been drawn to the pulpy side of fiction. An image popped into our heads of telling TA as a 50s style sci fi story- you know, bubble helmets, flying…

  • Interview with author Alex Irwin

    July 17, 2015

    To celebrate the release of Perchance to Dream, I’m interviewing some of the authors featured in the anthology. Today’s interview is with Alex Irwin, who adapted Hamlet for her story. Hamlet is the only Shakespearean work that got two adaptations in the anthology, and the reason for that is because I was so blown away by how Alex and Megan Reynolds were able to come up with such drastically different…

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