October 28, 2010 in Business

Here’s a spiffy video found on Mur Lafferty’s excellent I Should be Writing. Yes, Brigid/Lisa, you’ll like it … kind of.

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The Book is Winning the Battle

October 28, 2010 in Daily Writing

I am clearly at the stage of writing on this book where the book feels like a better book than I am a writer. This is not unusual, of course. I’ve been here before. But this one feels particularly strong because the book’s structure is … ambitious. Recently I had lunch with friend and fellow […]

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Sequencing Humans?

October 26, 2010 in Life,Uncategorized

Ozzy Ozbourne: This says it all.

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Back at the Dig

October 19, 2010 in Daily Writing

So I’ve been slowly-but-surely working on this new book of mine. It’s a difficult little puzzle for me–not quite a classic storyline. I have no idea if it’s commercial or not-commercial or what. All I know is that it’s an interesting puzzle, and it’s beginning to take some sort of shape that I kind of […]

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A Fish Tank Full of Escher

October 18, 2010 in Uncategorized

Craig Reade at cxPulp gives Deca-Dad three and a half stars, and rates it one of the better stories in the December Analog. I’ll take it. While you’re just kinda sitting there vegging, you might find it fun to check out these two great pieces of animation at They are like watching a fish […]

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And Again…

October 10, 2010 in Short Stories

More kind words about “Deca-Dad” in the December Analog, this time from Sarah Joynt-Borger at Tangent Online. It’s always fun to see how others look at my work. [grin]

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A Few Nice Words

October 4, 2010 in Business

I see a few nice words have rolled in regarding my story “Deca-Dad” in this month’s Analog. Lois Tilton comments in Locus. Aaron Pound provides his thoughts in his blog, Dreaming About Other Worlds In addition, I should direct your attention to Mike Resnick’s blog post at Novelspot regarding his collaborations. It’s an interesting read, […]

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