An Interview with the Rappahannock Review!

The fiction editors, Rappahannock Review: Throughout the story, a knowledge of horses and their livelihood is quite apparent; what is your own experience with horses? Sheila Lamb: This story was inspired during a camping trip to Assateague National Seashore, which was the first time I’d ever seen the horses there. When I started playing around with the story idea, there was a lot of…

New Short Fiction!

Very happy for my short story Hunger, Not Tame, to be part of Rappahannock Review’s flight-themed issue! http://www.rappahannockreview.com/issue-2-3/

I Write By Hand…

Pen and paper…I can edit on the computer. I can transcribe into Scrivener and Word. But when it comes to creating, I’ve got to do things the old fashioned way. For me, new ideas and new scenes flow better when there is pen to paper. Not to get all English teacher-y but I will…here’s an article on handwriting: What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades … and…

Suzy Cat is a Confused Cat

Confused Cats Against Feminism has gone viral in the past couple of days. Today, Suzy Cat made the Confused Cats tumblr!   http://confusedcatsagainstfeminism.tumblr.com/post/93266236847/editors-note-aw-she-is-a-pretty-girl