Panels at CONvergence, Jul 3-5 2015, Bloomington, MN

I’ll be on a few panels at CONvergence this coming weekend. Hopefully I’ll see a few of you there: Thursday, July 2 8:30-9:30PM, DoubleTree Atrium 7 Using Folklore as Inspiration Explore how writers and artists use folklore as inspiration in urban fantasy. Panelists: Melissa Olson, Adam Stemple, Abra Staffin-Wiebe, Ty Blauersouth, Haddayr Copley-Woods Friday, JulyContinue reading “Panels at CONvergence, Jul 3-5 2015, Bloomington, MN”


It’s a pretty sweet review! In part: For a collection of writings with an ostensibly narrow focus, the range of material is impressive. A first grader collapses, and the medical tests offer no conclusions. A teenager, worried about becoming pregnant, finds an unexpected ally in her own mother, who says, “If you get pregnant, don’tContinue reading “Kirkus Review of LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER: THE BOOK”


Oh, you guys. You are sending me the most amazing, amazing letters. I feel so honored. Here is my next column. More to come. Oh, your amazing letters. Keep ’em coming at Thank you. Dear Bitter Butch: When my husband and I were engaged he bought me flowers, huge amounts on my birthday (theContinue reading “Advice”

I am speechless over this beautiful review of “Belly!”

From Piecemeal Reviews: “The short story, Belly, by Haddayr Copley-Woods, featured in the July/August issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction fascinates, disgusts, and digs into the brain of itself, conjuring magic within its own spinning yarn.   With a hive of witches and an unsuspecting girl, Copley-Woods clearly uses fairytales as inspiration for Belly, but that’sContinue reading “I am speechless over this beautiful review of “Belly!””