Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being: Pym by Mat Johnson

I’d give it the full five stars, but I can’t.

‘Cause, you know.

The man called me a snow monkey. Continue reading

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Booksnobbery Reviews The Deacon’s Tale!

A great review for The Deacon’s Tale was published today at Booksnobbery.com. As the sub-title shows in the full cover art above, this is a Sword of the Stars novel. Sword of the Stars is a PC game that I … Continue reading

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The Mill on the Inspiration River – Ganymede by Cherie Priest

I did myself a small disservice when I read this book; I picked it up off the shelf at the public library and did not consider whether I should backtrack and read the earlier novels in the series first. Accordingly, … Continue reading

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Think Like An Archaeologist: Make a Site Plan

When I first started to write this little guest blog for Tracy Morris, I thought it would actually be a pretty short piece. She asked me to write a little something about how my training and background in Anthropology and … Continue reading

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On Seeing Red

Recently I was invited to make a guest post to the the group blog of “Oh Get a Grip!”, a cabal of six erotica writers who have contributed to many anthologies, including “Best Fantastic Erotica”, the anthology in which my … Continue reading

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Monsoon and Other Stories – now in print

Just a quick note to let everyone know that my new book, Monsoon and Other Stories, is now available from Kthonia Press. The price is $10.99 in trade paperback, and a highly affordable $2.99 in various e-formats. Trade paperback from … Continue reading

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