Terrible Beauty, Fearful Symmetry is definitely coming together. I expect I might be seeing the galley for Mosquito Story, which will be reprinted in this anthology, within the next few weeks.
Then, A Foreigner's View of the River has been confirmed for the last Monday of July at Fantasy Magazine.
Right now, I am in the middle of a move that more closely resembles far too much long distance travel. To afford the long distance, I've taken up every possible job I could get. When I am not working, I am off to the side, killing things in pixels so I can stop thinking.
In about a week, I will be heading to Kuala Lumpur to assist my parents in moving house, where I will clear out a room I lived in for ten years. I'll still be working, likely doing as many nights as I can handle, as I will be neck deep in furniture during the day. Two weeks after that, I will be heading to a much father away place, to handle my own move. And I will almost certainly still be working. I had originally hoped to finish about three pieces that honestly do require finishing before the end of the month. Two of these are aspects of Finches. The last is something I want to be able to write, sometime soon. A part of me still firmly believes the problem here is simply a lack of efficiency. Efficiency makes more things doable.