Meet the Author
Evelyn Benvie is the wooly jumper in a family of black sheep. Both a cynic and a romantic at heart, she writes diverse poetry and queer-positive spec-fiction with strong characters, quirky romances, and (almost always) happy endings.
Sometimes she'll try to be funny, to varying results.
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Feature: New Flash Fiction
Call My People Home
A story about nature, balance, and finding a path forward in an ever-changing world.
Find it in Migration: Queer Sci Fi's Sixth Annual Flash Fiction Contest (an anthology), available on Amazon and other e-book retailers.
"Call My People Home" was selected as an Honorable Mention by the judges.
Feature: Christmas in July
Something to Celebrate
Niko doesn’t hate the holidays; that would require too much commitment. He just doesn’t care about them anymore. He’s a demi, disillusioned mess and he doesn’t care about much at all. That is, until an enticing stranger blows into his life this Christmas and catches his attention - and his heart.
Fan is lost and lonely, a winter spirit adrift in a human world that has all but forgotten them. And then they meet Niko, a young man with the ability to see them, and they remember what it means to stay somewhere. To want someone.
Chance brings them together. But is chance enough to build a relationship on?