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Gears & God (& Me) at Worldcon 76

My box of author copies of Gears and God arrived a couple of weeks ago. I’ve also heard that people who’ve already ordered it on Amazon have received their copies in the past weeks. I’m lucky to have Borderlands Books … Continue reading

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I’m Teaching this Summer’s SF Institute at KU

I’m currently scheduled to teach the 2nd half of the two-week Intensive Institute on Science Fiction Literature at the University of Kansas this summer. The course runs the last weeks of June and full information, including a reading list, is … Continue reading

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Story Sold to Abyss & Apex

Last week, the awesome online science fiction magazine, Abyss & Apex, accepted some of my fiction.  My short story—”Have You Seen Lucky?”—will appear on their site in 2015. I am thrilled.  I will post a link when it is released. … Continue reading

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A Link to My New Short Story

“Eyesores” is up and ready for reading at the online magazine Perihelion.  I’m providing a direct link to the story.  It’s around 6,000 words, and it falls into the near-future SF category–with a little martial arts, a little extremist pediatrics. I … Continue reading

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Short Story Sold

This morning, I received an acceptance letter from the editors at Perihelion Science Fiction accepting my short story, “Eyesores,” for publication. Perihelion is a great fiction site with an emphasis on hard SF. Definitely worth checking out if you haven’t … Continue reading

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Appearances at ConQuesT

I have some final scheduling for ConQuest, the Kansas City Science Fiction Convention.  I’ll be on panels for Hadley Rille Books and AboutSF.  My fiction reading is at 4:00-4:30 p.m. EST on Sunday the 26th.  (That’s right after the Charity … Continue reading

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George Lucas and Pavement: My Imaginary California

When I started dating a girl from the Sacramento Valley, there were only two northern California towns I really knew and cared about. One was Stockton, the town that produced the great band Pavement.  “Cesspool,” the people who’d been there … Continue reading

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