This past weekend, the Nebula Awards ceremony took place in San Jose. That’s just down the road from me (yes, I know the way!) so I was pleased to be able to attend. There are too many highlights to list, honestly. But here’s a snapshot of my weekend: * Touring the Rosicrucian Museum with Mike [...]
One of my absolute biggest peeves: “as” used incorrectly to connect actions. Most of the authors I work with are familiar with the way “as” makes me twitch, but I found myself explaining it in a social setting this weekend, and thought I’d jot it down for posterity. Going forward, maybe I can save time [...]
Announcing the Table of Contents for WHEN THE HERO COMES HOME 2 edited by Gabrielle Harbowy & Ed Greenwood (Dragon Moon Press, August 2013) We have 29 excellent stories lined up for you, 8 of which will be available exclusively in the ebook version of the anthology. The following listing is in alphabetical order by [...]
One of the items on the unofficial “you know you’ve made it when…” checklist is someone getting a tattoo of your work. This weekend, @Kenickiestreet immortalized When the Villain Comes Home in permanent ink. The quote, from J.M. Frey‘s story “The Maddening Science,” is also the tagline for the entire anthology. How cool is that?
I will be attending the Starship Century symposium, May 21-22 in San Diego. An impressive lineup of scientists and science fiction authors will be talking about the challenges and opportunities for our long-term future in space. Mad thanks to Erin Hoffman for bringing this to my attention! And, while we’re talking about plausible science, here’s [...]