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Monthly Archives: January 2012
(Chapter One can be found here, here, and here. Chapter Two is contained here and here.) “You can stay with me tonight,” Harriet said at the end. “There’s a box of stuff for Goodwill in the spare room, so you … Continue reading
(Todd Vandemark passed this along in the hopes I’d have something to say about the book. I did.) In The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books, editors Jeff Martin and C. Max Magee have collected a number … Continue reading
Part 1 and Part 2 I could feel Manley watching me as I trudged out the door. I paused outside the offices even though I knew he could see me through the glass. The protesters were still clustered around the … Continue reading
In running through my notes about conventions for the teaching session tonight, I was revising my list of upcoming appearances. Here are my (semi-final-ish) plans for 2011. MidSouthCon (Editor GoH, baby! I’m very excited about this.) (March) Norwescon (April) Teaching … Continue reading
(continued from here. We remain in Chapter One, I’ll post its conclusion tomorrow.) She went sprawling back amid the icy-rimmed puddles and concrete covered with slush and the marks of the garbage truck that had come through this morning. Her … Continue reading
I just started an urban fantasy novel, tentatively titled THE EASTER BUNNY MUST DIE!, which I’m in the very early stages of and am thinking would be part of a series called The Holiday Consortium. What do you think, would you keep reading? (Bear in mind, it’s still first draft rough!) Continue reading