I'm working on profiles for Library Journal's Movers and Shakers issue, which is due out in March. I can't tell you who the movers are but the are fabulous. I've worked on LJ's Movers since 2011 and just love them.
When I cut back on non-fiction three years ago, Movers are one of the assignments that I love too much to say no to. I compromise with just a handful of profiles, instead of 15.
Here’s a link to 2016 Movers & Shakers so you can see get your fix of amazing library people. But in mid-March, they will all be posted.
I also sold my short story "Cranes' Return" this past November to Guardbridge Books' anthology "Tales of the Sunrise Lands, An Anthology of Japanese Fantasy."
The story follows a Kishotenketsu structure with a slight modification. My friends and writing pals Jude-Marie Green and Langley Hyde helped me make it a better story. And my friend Jennifer Carter kept asking me to give her stories to read stories with cranes in them.
And I'll share the story's start line after editing and when there's a firm publication date.
Meanwhile, you might consider checking out the Guardbridge anthos "Myriad Lands" volumes 1 and 2, and other offerings. Myriad Lands features Mary Anne Mohanraj, Tanith Lee and other talented writers.