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hal j. friesen menu home my published works writings honours & credentials archives hal j. friesen can the dunwich horror be part of a balanced ecosystem? so you’re a yog-sothoth-worshipping cult fanatic, but you also care about your family. you want to bring forth a presence of an elder god, since they technically... how does princess peach float? one of video games’ most famed princesses, princess peach has been kidnapped at least 12 times and has likely developed stockholm syndrome along with bipolar disorder (based... let the mind shine in this illustration by debbie ha, we see the wonder of discovery through the eyes of voltan, who has finally found a way to put his hyperactive... astro hal campaign finished! my race to space in the axe apollo contest is finally over, after 167 days with the space suit. it will likely require fumigation at this point.... can you live in a pineapple under the sea? i probably don’t need to tell you who lives in a pineapple under the sea, but for those interested in selecting the ideal underwater dwelling, i’ve put... about i write science fiction and fantasy in an attempt to see the stars a few kilometers closer. i’ve also tried putting a “have space suit: will travel” ad on kijiji, wearing a space suit for over 100 days, and shooting things with giant lasers. i’m a graduate of the odyssey writing workshop. by day i make laser-based gas detectors, and live in edmonton, alberta. follow me my published works the guard towera hermit woman's life in a steam tower is overturned by an interloper. continue reading -> between the shelves: a tribute to libraries by edmonton writersall sales profits from this literary love letter will be donated to the epl! continue reading -> shepherds of sparrows: an okal rel legacy novellahow do children deal with the breakdown of the world they live in? continue reading -> don't chew the sharp end of the pencilfor writers and non-writers alike, a collection of stories about time management... continue reading -> opus 5: an okal rel legacy anthology“maybe it’s an eye watching a tiny world, a bird about to eat an insect, a spike being driven into a bosom... continue reading -> opus 4: an okal rel legacy anthology"they had expected a nersallian, but what marched out was something else entirely." continue reading -> opus 3: an okal rel legacy anthology"they were simply two men, one on the brink of eternity." continue reading -> search this page: search follow me on twittermy tweetstop posts & pages how does princess peach float? can you live in a pineapple under the sea? what if the cheshire cat were real? we will make justice can you move a car the way fred flintstone does? corvidae & scarecrow interview: rhonda parrish in the past few months, world weaver press has released the next two installments in rhonda parrish’s magical menagerie anthologies: corvidae and scarecrow. in corvidae, “birds are born of blood and pain, trickster ravens live up to their names, magpies take human form, blue jays battle evil forces, and choughs become prisoners of war.” in scarecrow, “ancient enemies join together to destroy a mad mommet, a scarecrow who is a crow protects solar fields and stores long-lost family secrets, a woman falls in love with a scarecrow, and another becomes one.” these two fascinating works feature many bright authors, and i had the opportunity to interview some of them. this week i got to glimpse inside the mind of genius behind the magical menageries, writer-editor rhonda parrish. in the words of sara cleto, rhonda is a “shapeshifter with talents to match her every incarnation- magpie tenacity for picking the shiniest submissions, nightingale notes for crafting tales, and bright, feline eyes for seeking out her photographic subjects. she balances on the knife-edge of darkness and light, a sorceress of both realms.”     hal joseph friesen: how did you find the process of editing corvidae and scarecrow compared to the previous magical menagerie, fae? was it difficult to coordinate the two anthologies and make them work well with each other? were there many surprises along the way? rhonda parrish: it was significantly more difficult to work on two anthologies at the same time to focus on just one, more than twice as difficult actually lol. i think part of that was just time management but a bigger part was what you refer to here–trying to make them work well together. it’s an interesting balancing act i’d never attempted before and it led to a lot of extra steps and work. for example, not only did i have to solicit submissions from people to add diversity and fill in gaps (“please, please, submit something that includes a corvid other than a magpie, crow or a raven.”), i also had to solicit story submissions for one book to counter balance stories in the other. tricksy. i enjoyed the challenge a great deal and i think the resulting anthologies are amazing but i am not going to do another set of paired anthologies any time soon–or if i do they’ll be released further apart lo hjf: have all the magical menageries been your brainchildren? is/are there any that are particularly dear to you? rp: they have, which makes them all exceptionally special to me ☺ however, while i love all of them they are each dear to me for reasons unique to themselves as well. fae’s publication marks a turning point in my career as an editor and anthologist. that is the book which put my work on people’s radar and opened the door for the rest of the series. corvidae is an anthology i’ve wanted to do forever. i feel a connection to corvids that is both ridiculous and profound so being able to honor them in an anthology like this means a lot to me. scarecrow… scarecrows are so wonderfully uncanny that i couldn’t resist the opportunity to do a collection all about them. beyond that it’s got my favourite cover and contains what i consider to be some of the strongest stories from the series within its pages. i’m not sure if i’m supposed to say that in public but there ya go lol hjf: what authors or stories spurred you as a child (or later) to delve into the rich magical fantasies you now share with the world? rp: i was really lucky in that my mother never ever censored what i read and there were always books around the house. it resulted in a few awkward moments such as when i did a grade four book review on christine but i am incredibly grateful. i grew up on a super fun mix of romance novels, stephen king, choose your own adventure, dragonlance, xanth, shakespeare, vc andrews and basically whatever fantasy and horror novels i could find in my local second-hand store. these days my tastes remain pretty eclectic. i could talk about them for hours but i’m afraid to start naming names for fear i’ll forget someone and then spend hours being mad at myself lol hjf: do you look at the birds in your yard differently after doing these anthologies? rp: i don’t think so, no. i’ve always felt pretty connected to corvids, especially the ones in my yard and neighbourhood (my husband refers to them as my soulmates and i think he’s only half-joking) so corvidae didn’t make me look at them differently… but it did make me feel like i was honouring them. hjf: why did you discriminate against phasianidae birds when you put these works together? rp: well, i had to discriminate against a lot of birds when i put these works together because you’ve got to draw the line somewhere. i *do* love birds from the phasianidae family though and you could certainly get a kick-ass cover for an anthology about them… maybe you and i should co-edit an anthology filled with phasianidae stories. do you think there’s a market out there for those stories? ☺ hjf: do you have any advice for budding authors? budding editors? rp: “ever tried. ever failed. no matter. try again. fail again. fail better.” that’s a quote from samuel beckett. it’s how i try to live my life (in fact i intend to get ‘fail better’ as my next tattoo) and i think it especially applies to writing or editing. just don’t give up. sometimes it’s going to suck. it’s going to suck so bad and you’re going to wonder why you keep trying, keep banging your head against walls but sometimes… sometimes it’s amazing and you don’t get to experience those amazing bits if you give up. hjf: you’re a very active and ambitious writer/editor. how do you approach doing all the things, and stay sane? rp: want to know a secret? i’m not sure i’m doing so well at that sanity thing lol i’m still trying to find the balance. i go through this cycle where i take things on and take things on, and then i find a sweet spot where everything feels right. timelines are meshing, i’m being consistently productive and things are going awesome and i’ll stay there for a while. and it’s wondrous… until it’s not. suddenly i’ve got too many things going on and not enough hours in the day. i feel like i’m drowning in projects so i start prioritizing, cutting back, trying to find the things which are really important to me and focus on them. then i find another sweet spot and everything is working and i’m productive and feeling positive… and then i have a great idea for a new project and a little extra time so why not? so i take that on. and the next thing, and the next thing, and the cycle starts over again. as i get to know myself and my process the cycle becomes a bit less dramatic, less exciting to watch from the outside, and i get to spend more and more time in those sweet spots but still, sometimes it’s a struggle. …on a more practical level–i use a whiteboard to keep track of all my projects, deadlines and to-do lists, i go through more post-it notes than anyone else you’ve ever seen and i make a ridiculous number of lists lol hjf: any hint on what we can expect after the next installment, sirens? rp: i’m afraid not lol i have ideas but it’s a rather long list and i haven’t had a chance to pick one and write up a pitch for world weaver press editor-in-chief eileen wiedbrauk about it yet. besides, right now i’m swimming (ha! i’m so funny) in sirens submissions so i’m just going to focus on them for a little bit, then we’ll see. thank you for your honest and thoughtful answers, rhonda! if you want to see some of the fantastic projects she’s put together, visit her at www.rhondaparrish.com. and of course you can check out her magical menageries, fae, corvidae, and scarecrow — available now! if you’re a writer looking to get involved, her next project sirens is currently open for submissions. posted on september 16, 2015 comment corvidae interview: kat otis in the past few months, world weaver press has released the next two installments in rhonda parrish’s magical menagerie anthologies: corvidae and scarecrow. in corvidae, “birds are born of blood and pain, trickster ravens live up to their names, magpies take human form, blue jays battle evil forces, and choughs become prisoners of war.” in scarecrow, “ancient enemies join together to destroy a mad mommet, a scarecrow who is a crow protects solar fields and stores long-lost family secrets, a woman falls in love with a scarecrow, and another becomes one.” these two fascinating works feature many bright authors, and i had the opportunity to interview some of them. the second is kat otis, who lives a peripatetic life with a pair of cats who enjoy riding in the car as long as there’s no country music involved. her fiction has appeared in orson scott card’s intergalactic medicine show, daily science fiction and penumbra emag. her story “whistles and trills” appears in corvidae. hal j. friesen: your story hints at events happening on a larger scale than what we glimpse in morgaine’s tale. do you have any plans to expand on those ideas, or have you already? kat otis: i haven’t made any specific plans to write other stories in this world, though it’s definitely a possibility.  i find twentieth-century history to be insanely depressing so it isn’t my go-to period for historical fantasy. that said, part of the initial inspiration for this story was my research on twentieth-century spy pigeons.  i cannot emphasize enough how awesome spy pigeons are, especially when you’re trying to communicate information in a way that can’t be easily intercepted by the enemy.  almost two thirds of the wwii dickin medals (the uk’s award to honor animals in war) were awarded to pigeons!  so there are definitely a lot of possible “spy corvidae” ideas floating around in my head and it’s likely that i’ll eventually write some of them. hjf: can you give us your take on why the corvids in your story were on a prisoner transport? ko: the nazis attempted to purge germany of all “undesirables” – most famously jews, but also roma, homosexuals, the mentally and physically disabled, and many others.  alas, it doesn’t require a huge stretch of the imagination to lump their resident non-humanoid intelligent birds into the same category. hjf: how did you come up with the lines to separate the warring creatures in your alternate world? ko: in general, the frost giants, corvidae, and sea serpents would prefer to keep to themselves rather than involve themselves in human infighting.  but the geographical proximity of the axis powers to the alps (where i imagine many frost giants live) provides a strong incentive for the nazis to woo their various chieftaincies into a military alliance.  and the nazi leadership has the requisite ruthlessness to give the frost giants whatever they want to make sure that alliance sticks… the corvidae’s entrance into the war doesn’t involve unilateral support for the allied side – the nazis might have burned their bridges there, but they weren’t the only axis power.  and a lot of corvidae are going to want to stay neutral, seeing this as a primarily human concern. as for the sea serpents… if i ever get the desire to write a submarine story, then we’ll see.  i should mention i was just at a submarine museum a few weeks ago… hjf: which side of the war would phasianids be on? ko: the dinner plate?  okay, okay, seriously.  i think there would be phasianids on both sides of the war.  unlike my frost giants, who are limited to specific geographical regions, phasianids are pretty much everywhere and would have evolved a variety of relationships with local powers during the war.  each different species, and each species in each nation, would have different goals, motives, and politics. hjf: the details depicted in all the flight scenes are very authentic. did you draw from any aviation experience(s) of your own, or was that just a result of good research? ko: i come from a family of pilots, though i’m not a licensed pilot myself.  the last time i flew a plane, i nearly flipped it on take-off.  it’s extremely hard to keep a plane level when your co-pilot decides to open his bloody door, and no, i don’t care if the seat belt was caught in it!  ahem. anyway, i’m glad the flight scenes come across as authentic as i spent several days picking various family members’ brains to make sure i got things right.  they’re not writers themselves, but they are extremely enthusiastic when i hijack family gatherings with things like, “help me crash a plane!” hjf: why do you think stories of the magical, the fantastic, are relevant to readers today? ko: i think speculative fiction is vital to fostering readers’ imaginations and helping them see beyond the limits they’ve been taught to impose on themselves and the world around them.  i’m reminded, in this moment, of one of my favorite childhood movies – flight of dragons – where the wizard explains that things like the crystal ball inspired mankind to invent radio and television.  if we didn’t dream of dragons and winged men, would we have ever learned to fly? when it comes to historical fantasy and alternate history, in particular, i think that these stories are vital in helping us understand past events and cultures.  they let us explore historical contingencies – the “what might have been” if just a few little details get tweaked – and reveal the extent of human uncertainty and agency in a history that readers tend to think of as somehow inevitable and foreordained.  they also let us explore the mind-sets of historical cultures; i don’t have to convince readers that people weren’t stupid for believing in x, y, and z, i just make those things real and then my readers willingly come along for the ride.  in general, if authors push the boundaries far enough, they can bring readers past their preexisting opinions and prejudices to a better understanding of the historical past and what it means for the present – and the future. hjf: you list many online forums as writer resources on your website. have you been involved in any of these forums personally, and what can you share with us about the experience? are you still active on them? ko: i’ve been active on all the forums that i’ve listed on my website, though it’s been a while since i visited some of them.  hatrack and critters were the first online writing sites where i participated in on a regular basis.  the advice and support i got there led to me attending orson scott card’s literary bootcamp and my first professional sale!  absolute write is my go-to forum whenever i need an expert to help me with some aspect of story research – there are some great folks there who are willing to answer all sorts of wacky questions.  it also has a much broader focus, for those people who aren’t solely sff writers. my current “home” forum is codex.  it’s a wonderful resource, full of awesome people, and provides a good kick-in-the-pants to write by hosting a rotating series of contests.  probably my favorite is the weekend warrior contest: for five weekends in a row, we have from friday night to sunday night to write a prompt-based flash fiction story, followed by a weekend in which the die-hards attempt to write a short story or novelette in the same length of time.  i’ve gotten a lot of great stories – and sales – out of that contest. hjf: what advice do you have for budding authors? ko: expect rejection.  i know, that sounds depressing, but i think it’s important for budding authors to know rejection is a fact of life for all writers who are out submitting their work on a regular basis.  it’s normal.  it doesn’t mean that your work is awful.  it doesn’t mean that you can’t write.  and it definitely doesn’t mean you should give up on your dreams. thank you for the realistic yet motivating words, kat! check out her story “whistles and trills”  in corvidae, available now from world weaver press! you can also visit her at www.katotis.com. posted on september 11, 2015 comment corvidae and scarecrow interview: laura vanarendonk baugh in the past few months, world weaver press has released the next two installments in rhonda parrish’s magical menagerie anthologies: corvidae and scarecrow. in corvidae, “birds are born of blood and pain, trickster ravens live up to their names, magpies take human form, blue jays battle evil forces, and choughs become prisoners of war.” in scarecrow, “ancient enemies join together to destroy a mad mommet, a scarecrow who is a crow protects solar fields and stores long-lost family secrets, a woman falls in love with a scarecrow, and another becomes one.” these two fascinating works feature many bright authors, and i had the opportunity to interview some of them. the first is laura vanarendonk baugh, who writes captivating epic and urban fantasy, historical fiction, and mystery, and as well as non-fiction on animal training & behavior. her stories “sanctuary” and “judge and jury” are in corvidae and scarecrow, respectively. hal j. friesen: your expertise in animal training clearly showed in “sanctuary”. do you have any personal experience particularly with corvids that inspired you? laura vanarendonk baugh: i haven’t worked with corvids in particular, but the idea for this story definitely grew out of my training experience. i was speaking at clicker expo, a training and behavior conference, where ken ramirez shared with us his progress on teaching dogs to count. we sat down to dinner that night, and i had the seat beside ken, and i leaned over to him and said, “you’ve given me the idea for a story.” that was a pretty different story idea, but the concept of a counting animal as a pivotal plot point remained. hjf: what is the most unusual animal you’ve ever trained? what sorts of lessons have you learned from working with animals? lvab: people ask that a lot, and i usually answer, chickens. because people think chickens are dumb – we eat them, how smart can they be? – and it’s surprising to learn that chickens can recognize cues and identify colors and shapes and all kinds of stuff. bob and marian breland bailey came up with the idea of chickens as an ideal subject to teach training skills, because we tend to come to chickens with less emotional baggage and cultural superstition (unlike, say, “my dog should obey me because he loves me and knows that i am boss”) and because chickens require such a precise level of skill and accurate feedback (you can get away with a lot of sloppy technique with a dog – it takes longer and the results aren’t quite as good, but it works). in 2004 i spent several weeks training with bob and made a music video of some of our exercises. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cyhh7iivpu hjf: have you ever worked with phasianids? why or why not? lvab: hey, that family includes chickens! so yes. hjf: your story “sanctuary” features two characters who seem to deal with trauma by serving others, or finding a way to offer something to the world. what do you think drives people to keep going, to heal after suffering through such traumatic experiences or injuries? lvab: huh. i hadn’t thought about them in that way, but you’re right. and i think that ultimately comes from my spiritual beliefs, if we root down far enough. i am christian and i believe that while terrible things happen, and humans sometimes make bad decisions which affect ourselves or innocent others, there is always a beyond. we can either sit and wallow in how unfair life is, or we can use those experiences to grow stronger ourselves or to help others through tough times of their own. and that’s a choice we make, consciously or not. hjf: your written work appears to draw from a lot of mythology. is that a strong source of inspiration for you? if so, why? lvab: myth says a lot about who we are. myth reveals what’s important to us, and the stories we tell as a culture are a fantastic mirror about what we want and value. and that’s not just ancient myth, that includes our pop culture today. (can you imagine anthropologists of the future evaluating our present society by reality television schedules?) myth lets us get closer to the truth than reality does. we are never so honest as when we jest, and we can explore the most delicate questions when they aren’t really our questions. (“i’m just asking for a friend….!”) and just as importantly, myths and legends are fun! there’s a reason these stories have endured for centuries or millennia. let them do what they were intended to do, to educate and entertain. hjf: did the ideas for your two stories in corvidae and scarecrow, respectively, come at once, or did you write one then extrapolate into the second? lvab: as i answer obliquely to avoid spoilers, i will say that the premise of “sanctuary” (corvidae) came first, and “judge and jury” (scarecrow) was a very natural outgrowth. i wrote them together, knowing i would have to break them apart in such a way that each could be read independently. hjf: why do you think stories of the magical, the fantastic, are relevant to readers today? lvab: oh, i could go on about this at length! but the short version is as i said above, an imagined distance lets us get closer. by talking about hobbits and orcs and the shire, we don’t have to think about nazis and a tiny sceptered isle, even though we desperately need to think about that. we can work out a lot of hypothetical situations and test various beliefs and approaches in a safer arena, where we can pretend it’s about something else entirely. and we live in a very rational age, where we want to quantify and depersonalize everything. science is my day job, and it’s best practice to track data instead of imagining what might be going on in an animal’s head. that’s all good for science! but i think we can lose touch with the qualitative world if we never leave that mode. it’s all right to take a walk on the fantastic side once in a while and stick your toes in the grass, read something less scientific and more… holistically human. and sometimes it’s just fun to put things in a different perspective. say, my favorite character just faced down a fierce dragon in the earth’s heart, so surely i can handle middle management on a monday morning, right? hjf: do you have any advice for budding authors? budding animal trainers? lvab: there’s a science and an art to both pursuits. learn the science first, because you shouldn’t break the rules until you know why you’re doing it and what effect it will have. and once you’ve really internalized the science, the art will come, telling you when you can “cheat” and how you can do better by coloring outside the lines. and you’ll be able to see that each time you supposedly break a rule, you’re really still adhering to the principle behind it. that sounds pretentious, but it’s really true. hjf: can you tell us anything about the next project you’re working on? are you planning on submitting to the sirens anthology? lvab: i am! i don’t want to jinx it, because it has yet to go through submissions, but the sirens story is in revisions right now. i think it falls under science fantasy, my first, so i’m pretty excited about it. there are definitely some other irons in the fire, too, because i’m very bad at working linearly on one project at a time. watch for an epic fantasy series launching sometime soon, which i’m very excited about, and then i have a story in world weaver press’s specter spectacular ii this fall which is part of my kitsune tales series; it stands alone, but readers of the series will catch some extra tidbits not immediately apparent to others. thank you for the insightful answers, laura! check out her stories “sanctuary” and “judge and jury” in corvidae and scarecrow, available now from world weaver press! you can also visit laura at www.lauravanarendonkbaugh.com/. posted on september 3, 2015 1 comment how to save a library this true story is so fitting because of recent fundraising efforts in support of libraries, but it’s also just a good, warm, inspiring account of what is possible. posted on august 4, 2015 comment between the shelves: raised over $700 for epl! it’s been a hectic spring and summer, with a lot of activity from many of the contributors to between the shelves. proud piles of paper. the first was the official launch at the stanley milner downtown epl branch. almost every single author made it out to do a reading. the audience had a grid puzzle which required them to listen intently to glean answers to the mystery that unfolded throughout the evening. with old newspaper slides hinting at the role of the library ghost haunting the epl, the final revelation came: that there was once a library employee charged with going door to door of those who had grievously overdue books. one of the clues given alongside the readings those who managed to decode the ghost’s message (return books) were given a mystery prize, varying from lightbulb keychains to ladybug dish brushes. brad oh inc shares his story. it was a very pleasant, warm evening despite the weather’s lack of cooperation. my frantic stress trying to get too much organized on my own seemed to pan out, though i will try to heed the advice to delegate more in the future. mohamed abdi recounts his own experiences with the epl. a few weeks later, we had a book signing at the william s. lutsky ymca. a unique venue, to be sure, but the response and enthusiasm we received from community-minded families was an unexpected treat. the time passed quickly as we shared our thoughts on writing, politics, books, and life. brian clark, brad oh inc, g. j. c. mckitrick (t.k. boomer), hal j. friesen and debbie ha at the ymca. almost every author has taken it upon themselves to sell the book, with the result that at the end of june right before the deadline to the great canadian giving challenge, we could donate over $700 to support the edmonton public library. the great canadian giving challenge was an additional fundraising incentive where, for every dollar raised before june 30, a charity was entered into a draw to potentially win $10,000 for their particular cause. the money given to the epl will support their welcome baby literacy program for newborns and their parents, described below: epl’s welcome baby program provides an early literacy kit for newborns and their parents. literacy isn’t just about learning to read, it’s about preparing a child for reading. the kit’s books, music and early literacy resources help parents understand the vital connections between literacy & school success, higher wages, fewer health problems & less crime involvement. now as the book is put up on consignment in chapters locations throughout edmonton, the book will have increased public visibility. it is currently available in st. albert (445 st. albert rd) and in the northgate mall coles (9499-137 ave nw), with more to come! if you’d like to help spread the word, you can share links to posts like this one, or contact me at hal.friesen[at]gmail[dot]com. (almost) all the contributors. from left to right, back to front: mohamed abdi, g. j. c mckitrick (t.k. boomer), timothy fowler, brad oh inc., mark parsons, brian clark, vivian zenari, trudie aberdeen, debbie ha (cover artist), hal j. friesen. not shown: linda webber and m.l. kulmatycki. posted on august 2, 2015 comment 1 2 3 … 11 » copyright © 2016 · all rights reserved · hal j. friesen adventure theme by organic themes · wordpress hosting · rss feed · log in


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