As some of you may have noticed, I’ve dropped my commitment to this blog or, rather, blogging in general. It’s been a tough call for me, but in the end, it was just too easy to ignore my nodes in the web. It’s not that I don’t like blogging, or interacting with you all, because […]Read more "Generating Content…or Not"
Last week, someone started a discussion thread over on SFFWorld.com about short story markets. The original poster felt, or implied, that inclusiveness (representing different voices, as in, non-white voices) might be heralding the demise of the science fiction/fantasy/horror short story fiction market. Further, he thought most editors out there wouldn’t be interested in his stories […]Read more "Short Story Market and Race"
Originally posted on Inspiring Science:
On March 29, 2011, a TEXUS-49 rocket took off from northern Sweden for a short trip into space and back through Earth’s sheltering blanket of atmosphere. This amazing feat of engineering has become surprisingly routine — we humans have gotten to the point where launching a vehicle into space to…
Howdy Folks, How’s fall/spring treating ya? Around these parts, we’ve seen gray skies and rain rain rain – which is a good thing. California hasn’t seen enough moisture in a while so a bit of wet is much welcomed. Muddy trails means I’m more likely to be inside so here I am finally getting around […]Read more "An update and a bit of fiction"
http://katgoodwin.wordpress.com/2014/11/06/gamesplayers-are-a-mighty-wave/ Great summary of the whole debacle from someone who knows the business.Read more "Shared from WordPress"
Well, not news – exactly. Whoa. Back up there, little lady. It’s been awhile. You can’t just come in here expecting us not to notice you’ve ignored us all. (Ahem!) Let’s begin again… Hello Everyone! Long time no read/write. I know, I know, my apologies for not spending time here and on your blogs. […]Read more "Wattpad News"
Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
Sandara Tang is an artist in Singapore who specializes in fantasy artwork, but also reports that she is an avid reader of this site (and my book), and was in part inspired by them to create some large coins or medallions in honor of Darwin and evolution. And so…