I’m putting together a teaching portfolio – whee, fun – and I’m going through whatever I can stick in there… Read more This is what we believe
Rahul Kanakia has written an awesome post over on his blog about the tyranny of privilege inherent in the creative… Read more Screw MFAs; we need to tell richer stories.
This time next month, the trade paperback edition of Line and Orbit will be available to purchase. Isn’t that exciting?… Read more LINE AND ORBIT ~*~*paperback*~*~ giveaway!
I recorded this a while ago but never did anything with it, so – Happy New Year – here is… Read more A reading of “A Heap of Broken Images”
Because I think it’s appropriate at this juncture. Warning: This might be whiny, though I’m also trying to talk about… Read more So hey let’s talk about romance for a sec
Two things happened recently that are very good. First, Line and Orbit got a Top Pick in RT Book Reviews.… Read more 2013: a Writerly Review
Colonisation is violence, and there are many ways to carry out that violence. – Philip Gourevitch It’s no small thing… Read more Looking into the heart of light, the silence
It’s baaaaaaaaaaack. “The New York Times, if Every Word Was Removed Except ‘Cyber’”. It used to be about sex. Now… Read more Sunday Linkdump: Life is easier when one of us is dead
Now that We See a Different Frontier has been released – and is getting some fantastic critical response, some of… Read more We See a Different Frontier – win a free copy!
Basically what the post subject line says: We See a Different Frontier, the anthology of post-colonial SF that I’m lucky… Read more We See a Different Frontier – on sale now!