I have lost my will. I have given in. Curiosity has bitten this cat and it may be fatal. I have risen to the siren call of sourdoughing that has taken so many over the past several months. Forgive me. Expect to find me buried me in homemade bread very soon. Okay, that isn’t such … Continue reading Sourdough Starter Starting
This summer, I'm writing for an awesome cause—and I need your support. I'm writing for the Clarion West Write-a-thon, the fundraiser that helps support world-class instruction to empower emerging and underrepresented writers. Clarion West is a nonprofit organization that focuses on providing some of the best speculative fiction workshops in the galaxy. It's run by … Continue reading Clarion West Write-a-thon Underway!
(Also, a reminder that these make great Holiday presents!) The thing I’m most proud of is... MY FIRST NOVEL! Best Game Ever: A Virtuella Novel (Novel) The LGBTQ YA VR AR VI Thriller you’ve been waiting for. A group of gay, nonbinary, and straight college nerds on the Virtual Campus Challenge team are racing toward a deadline … Continue reading R R Angell Award Eligibility for 2019
Song For A New Day - Pinsker If you pay attention to music you’ll know that all revolutions begin with protest songs. In Sarah Pinsker’s debut novel, two main characters come at subtle changes from different directions. Theirs is a society that has been torn apart and individuals have been isolated by terrorism, politics, and … Continue reading A Song For A New Day by Sarah Pinsker
First off, thanks to all my friends in Dublin at WorldCon for noticing that I’m not physically there. Here's why: We had some medical issues that prevented us from flying and by the time I realized that I might be able to attend, I'd missed the boat on programming, airfare, and hotel blocks. Oh well. … Continue reading Woodstock and Dublin
Hey there! I'm off to Confluence this weekend in Pittsburgh. It will be a relaxacon for me as I'm not on any panels so all I have to do is listen, chat, and have fun! And it is a smallish convention so I'll get to hang out with a lot of folks I haven't see … Continue reading Off to Confluence this weekend
Did you notice? I hope the transition was somewhat painless for you. but I am aware that the site has been messed up for the past couple of months. You see, I was hacked. Maybe. You can see the original post about that here. So I had to everything on the affected sites and move … Continue reading I’m back!
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I was at Readercon in July when they awarded Frank M. Robinson their Cordwainer Award with the intention of reviving interest in writers whose work may have fallen out of view but deserved to be remembered. A kind of signal boosting, and a very good idea. Frank was a great friend and mentor of mine … Continue reading Readercon, Frank Robinson wins the Cordwainer Award, and other stuff
“A Dry Wish,” Chelsea Station, editor Jameson Currier, http://www.chelseastationmagazine.com/ “To Be Seduced Is To Be Reborn,” Renewal, Queer Sci Fi Anthology, Mischief Corner Books, ISBN 978-0-9980903-3-7 “What’s A Few Years When You Get Money And Friends In High Places?” Compelling Science Fiction Issue 7, Editor Joe Stech, http://compellingsciencefiction.com/stories/whatsafewyears.html, June 2017 “Lost Anchors,” Belletrist Literary Arts … Continue reading A selected bibliography