Monthly Archives: June 2014

Warp drive, Mr. Scott!

“There’s another starship coming in… it’s the Enterprise!”   The concept working on warp drive is coming closer. I wouldn’t be quite so forward as to say the problems are solved – clearly they’re not, among other things we have yet … Continue reading

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Writing Science

I’ll be presenting at CONvergence in a week, and one of my panels is “Writing Science.” Now, I write space opera, which is pretty soft where science is concerned, but space opera is still science fiction and if your science … Continue reading

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Eeek.

There are some cobwebs here, I haven’t updated since last Tuesday! So I’m getting in my last full week of writing before the MFA residency begins (next week will be interrupted by CONvergence). I plan to have Great Red Strike … Continue reading

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Silence is complicity Well it is. This is about the guilt of one of the most revered science fiction authors of all time and her husband in horrible crimes against children. And people knew. And they willfully kept silent. We, the community of … Continue reading

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Random thought

A big, rough, tough barbarian in a D&D type RPG, who when it comes down to time to eat, passes right over the various types of roast beastie and tosses himself a salad. Or finds bushes on the side of … Continue reading

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All the Shiny Things: K.L. Tremaine’s Independent Flight A. Chernow reviews my book and likes it a lot.

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Wednesday Word Count

As of this morning, Crossworlds Affair’s word count is at 35,545/90,000. By Saturday the 14th I should be at 45-47k words if I stay on track.

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