If you'd like to see when I have new stories out, or stay up to date with news about my writing, you can subscribe to one of my feeds.
- News [Atom] Story sale announcements, publications, awards, reviews, anything.
- News [JSON] Story sale announcements, publications, awards, reviews, anything.
- Writing [Atom] A list of stories, as they're published.
- Writing [JSON] A list of stories, as they're published.
You can also follow me on Twitter, although writing news on my Twitter feed tends to be mixed with random quips, cranky asides about programming, pictures of cats, and other bits of chaff.
Not familiar with feeds? A feed is a way to keep up to date with websites you like. It's basically just a list of stuff that has changed. You can read feeds using your web browser or a piece of special software called a feed reader. The software will check the feed automatically, and let you know when there's something new to look at. If that doesn't make sense, this article about feeds from Zapier.com does a pretty good job of explaining it and includes a list of feed reader software you can use.
The Zapier.com article talks about RSS, which was the first format used for feeds. I offer a different format, called Atom instead of RSS. Don't worry about it; if your software can read RSS, it can probably read Atom too. You probably want to use the Atom feed, but if your reader can handle it, the feeds are also available in JSONFeed format too.