Monthly Archives: December 2011

Dead and Gone, by Charlaine Harris

Harris apparently wasn’t really ready to write this book, and to deal with some of the gruesome events that made it into her plot outline. Continue reading

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Mill on the Inspiration River – Happy Boxing Day

The real meat of this blog begins with a post-Christmas celebration of all the wonderful reading presents that I bought and received on the holidays: From editor Silvia Moreno-Garcia at Innsmouth Press, I bought holiday review copies of “Future Lovecraft” … Continue reading

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Mill on the Inspiration River

Greetings all! I realize that it is traditional for professional writers to maintain a blog on a site like Goodreads to serve as some sort of self-promotional organ. But I was a reader long before I was ever a writer, … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Seeing Red

New cover art from an upcoming collection of essays, columns and fiction from Kthonia Press. Seeing Red will collect my essays on feminist subjects, all of the Personal Demons column I used to write for Pretty-Scary.net (which some readers will … Continue reading

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Set to Jet Part Deux!

The second half of my podcast/interview with comedian Sean Riccio has now been posted. Don’t miss “Set to Jet Episode 14: Cetacean Space Hitler”, in which Riccio quizzes me about the sex lives of the Suul’ka, the feasibility of a … Continue reading

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Set to Jet!

I’m traveling in the USA this week, and sat down in the studio with comedian Sean Riccio to record an episode of his weekly podcast, Set to Jet. Tune in to hear us discuss the representation of minorities in video … Continue reading

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