Monthly Archives: January 2011
I’m a guest blogger at Clarion. The topic is “Does It Matter If It’s Been Done Before,” thoughts on a panel I moderated at COSine.
For the Theology Building panel, Carol Berg had some great questions for Sharon Shinn, Cynthia Felice and me. Carol said that religion or metaphysics became a way to deepen her characters and world. Sharon commented that in an early novel, … Continue reading
The BroadPod is brought to you by Broad Universe, an international, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, celebrating, and honoring women who write science fiction, fantasy, and horror. This month is hosted byJustine Graykin, freelance philosopher and science fiction author, among … Continue reading
Every year Critter’s Writing Workshop has a reader’s poll of the best published that year. This year I have a story in one of the anthologies listed: The Aether Age: Helios. If you’d like to participate, you may cast your … Continue reading
Here’s a short article about the Colorado Springs Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention. Great list of writers. Same place, same time is MystiCon, Colorado’s faerie festival.
We watched the Tucson Memorial service last night because we knew it could be a moment of national healing, a moment where our hearts would be uplifted. And we were right. One of Congresswoman Gifford’s staff talked about her healing … Continue reading
Back to work, beginning on Friday with the annual Martin Luther King Breakfast at Metro State. Always inspiring. Classes start next week. No creative writing courses this semester, but a Native American lit class which is always fun. Two books being … Continue reading