Aidan Moher is a writer and the Hugo Award-winning founder of A Dribble of Ink. By day he’s a web developer and designer. His work has appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Cast of Wonders, Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog, Tor.com, Medium, and various other venues. You can most easily find him on Twitter (@adribbleofink).

Aidan lives on beautiful Vancouver Island, BC with his wife and kids.

Latest Posts

Thoughts on The Dragon Prince (Netflix, 2018)

I’ve made no secret of how much I adore Avatar: The Last Airbender. I didn’t discover it until a few years ago (after a friend bugged me endlessly to watch it) and my eventual experience bingeing it was life-changing. I wrote at length about what I think makes Avatar: The Last Airbender so magical, but… Read more »

“The Penelope Qingdom” now available at Cast of Wonders!

I’m pleased to say that my story, “The Penelope Qingdom,” is now available in audio format at Cast of Wonders! The episode is hosted by Katherine Inskip, and narrated by the wonderful Andrew K. Hoe. The entire text of the story is also available on Cast of Wonders. For fans of Stranger Things, The Chronicles of… Read more »

Thread: On Self-publishing Short Fiction

In which I discuss my experience with self publishing SFF short stories. Hey, y'all! #Worldcon76 is on, but not all of us could make it. So I thought it would be fun to for those of us staying home to join in the fun by hosting some #NotAtWorldCon panels. I'm going to kick things off… Read more »

Thread: Making room for reading

Wherein I discuss the challenges of finding/making time to read as an adult after a childhood and adolescence full of books.  Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how I spend time reading, and what sort of changes I could enact to make reading more of a priority. I find it relaxing and invigorating—it’s a… Read more »

First Impressions: The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs by Steve Brusatte

It’s impossible to understate how obsessed I was with dinosaurs during my youth. I devoured the thick textbook-style tome that covered dozens of dinos, each with its own detailed sketch, to-scale comparisons against humans, maps detailing where they lived. It had it all. It was beautiful. By the time I was nine, I’d moved onto… Read more »

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