Ravenloft Feature

I can’t tell you about the project I just turned in, but I can talk about my previous project. And I would love to, because I’m very proud of it!

A small interview feature on me and my adventure is up on Yawning Portal, the D&D Adventurers League blog. Read a little about the background of RMH-11: Calling Upon the Dead at https://yawningportal.dnd.wizards.com/blog/ravenloft-mist-hunters-designer-interview-gabrielle-harbowy/. And enjoy that art!

A Title Appears From the Mists…

My D&D Adventurers League Ravenloft adventure has been released with its official title, which means I can now share its official title. Presenting… “Calling Upon the Dead,” in which

“a séance among friends new and old leads the investigation somewhere deeper and darker than ever before. Conjuring the restless spirits of slain adventurers, you rely on them to guide you to the next piece of the puzzle.”

Sale: Fantasy Magazine!

I’m excited to announce that I’ve made my first pro magazine sale, with the story “The Dybbuk Ward” to FANTASY MAGAZINE. It will publish in the March 2022 issue, available online or by subscription.

This is a very personal own-voices story about mental illness, Judaism, and unfinished business. I’m eager to share it with you, and grateful to FANTASY for picking it up.

Check out their current issue for other excellent stories.

Aether’s Pawn available for preorder now!

I started my career as an editor at Dragon Moon Press, and I’m thrilled to be returning there as an author. It means a lot to me, to be reprinting my first novel (formerly HELLMAW: OF THE ESSENCE) with my first publisher.

Gwen Gades of Dragon Moon Press designed this gorgeous new cover, and Tamsyn Muir’s blurb has me over the moon!

The e-book is available for preorder now at Amazon (which apparently doesn’t want to let you preorder a hardcover), and the print edition will be on sale there and at other vendors starting February 28, 2022.

This has been a long and wonderful journey, and if you notice from the “Book 1” up there, it’s not over. I invite you to come along with me, and Quills, for a hell of a ride.

If you’d like to be in on the ground floor for sneak peeks, breaking news, and more, please join my Patreon!

Announcing Ravenloft: Mist Hunters

I’m excited to announce that Dungeons and Dragons Adventurers League has invited me back to write another roleplaying adventure. I’ll be penning Part 11 of 12, coming to the Dungeon Masters Guild in January 2022.

What’s this all about? Click to discover some mysterious hints on the official D&D Blog.

I can’t tell you much at this point, but here are some things I can confirm about my adventure:

  • It will have pages.
  • It will be available at the Dungeon Masters Guild (where you can currently find my adventure Forge of Fangs).
  • It may contain maps and/or sidebars, and/or stat blocks.
  • It is currently SHROUDED IN SECRECY.

I think that’s all I can safely reveal! But more info will appear here as secrets emerge from the mists. Stay tuned!

The Overcast: PNW fiction for your ears

I’m thrilled to announce that I’m now the Submissions Manager for THE OVERCAST, a podcast featuring “breathtaking speculative fiction from the Pacific Northwest and Beyond.” I’m leading a team of submissions readers to assist founder J.S. Arquin in discovering great stories to share with all of you.

Stop by and check it out at

http://theovercast.libsyn.com/ or https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-overcast/id982243225

And learn how to support The Overcast at https://www.patreon.com/overcast.

New Horizons/Directions

In an unexpected plot twist, I’m now a licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent in the state of California. I’m doing this to help people, but please don’t think I’m giving up on writing and editing; on the contrary, I’m helping people while helping to fund future anthologies!

Writing-wise, I have a couple of short stories out on submission. I think one of them has passed the first-reader stage. I’m also still working on the rewrite of OF THE ESSENCE, which ended up on pause because *gestures vaguely at everything*.

Meanwhile, HEARTS ARE JERKS is starting to garner attention and some great Amazon reviews, though it could always use some more. It’s hard to believe it’s still the year in which that book came out. A lot has happened between February and now.

Gaming with Sigil Spotlight is on hold, but I’ll announce it here when it resumes. All the existing episodes are available on the “Sigil Spotlight” channel on YouTube.

Hope you’re all keeping safe and busy out there!