My Newest Short Story: “Invasives”

During her lunch break, Justine encounters a startling scene on the docks. She reflects on how she could have handled it, but dealing with invasive species is a tricky matter. Perhaps the river itself will offer guidance? “Invasives” by M. A. Phillips Yesterday, Issue 3 of Stone, Root, and Bone ezine released! That means myContinue reading “My Newest Short Story: “Invasives””

How to Make a Spider Your Ally

The Adirondack Center for Writing decided to inspire its members and supporters with weekly prompts to help us get through this alarming time in our history. When they posted this week’s prompt, “How to make a spider your ally,” it immediately spoke to me as an animist. I had so much fun with this project,Continue reading “How to Make a Spider Your Ally”

Three Things Thursday: Growing Food, an Equinox Scavenger Hunt, and a New Excerpt

Once more, I’m squishing three mini blog posts together into a big one for your viewing pleasure! Here you’ll find some musings on the Spring Equinox, an activity for you to do with the little ones during isolation, and a new excerpt from an upcoming short story! Growing Food   My seeds from Pinetree GardenContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Growing Food, an Equinox Scavenger Hunt, and a New Excerpt”

Upcoming Short Story

I was so proud to be part of the inaugural issue of Stone, Root, and Bone. I’m thrilled to have the honor again for issue two! I’m humbled to once more join a community of talented authors and artists to create a powerful publication for polytheists. Based on what I see from Hagstone Publishing,  issueContinue reading “Upcoming Short Story”

“Lemon Balm Tea” to be Published in Stone, Root, and Bone Issue 1

I tweeted this a few weeks ago, but I really should share it here, too! I’m proud to post that my short story, “Lemon Balm Tea,” is going to be published in issue 1 of the new eZine Stone, Root, and Bone! Shannon has struggled with public speaking since she was a girl in school.Continue reading ““Lemon Balm Tea” to be Published in Stone, Root, and Bone Issue 1″