A Hugo reminder.

Hi all,      Just a quick note that nominations for the 2014 Hugo Awards will be closing in less than five days (March 31st at 11:59 PDT, to be exact), and the podcast I run with Brad Beaulieu, Speculate!, is eligible to be nominated in the Best Fancast category.  If you’re a voting member of […]

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A dose of reality.

Hi all, It’s officially spring break (because as all of us living in the Northeast would cheerfully acknowledge, it’s obviously springtime weather!  For the record, my breath froze as I was sighing after writing that sentence.), and that means three things: paper grading, writing, and catching up on everything I haven’t been able to after […]

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Fall is in full swing!

Hi all,      As usual these days, I’m swamped with writing, school, and life (all good things to be swamped with, I suppose), but I wanted to take a moment to quickly update everyone on what’s going on with me.  First, I’ve finally managed to get my panels from Gen Con and Worldcon edited and […]

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August and everything after…

I’m back from Worldcon and into the fall semester, so I’m taking my opportunity now to report on the month of August that was–and give a few more details about my upcoming project Icarus to boot.  Without further ado: 1.  I feel like I’ve been saying this a lot about the conventions and conferences I’ve […]

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Off to Indy!

Hi all,      In just a few short hours I’ll be on my way to Gen Con and the Writers’ Symposium for the seventh time…and as always, I’m very pumped up for it.  Details of my schedule are over on my Schedule page–if you’re anywhere near the Indianapolis area, please come by and say hello!  […]

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Quick Readercon report

Hi all,      I’ve only got time for a quick report on happenings over the past couple of weeks, as I’m busy not only catching up from that but for getting ready for the Month O’ Conventions more commonly known as August.  But as usual, the happenings have been valuable ones: 1. Readercon was a […]

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