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Monthly Archives: March 2016
Patreon Post: Web of Blood and Iron
This is the short story that I read from at Norwescon this year; many thank yous to the people who turned out to listen on the last day of the con when many of us were tired and hungover and … Continue reading
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Cat’s Schedule: Norwescon 2016
Fri 11:00 AM-12:00 PM – Cascade 7&8 Catching Readers, Hook, Line, & Sinker Cat Rambo (M), Gregory A. Wilson, Leslie Howle, Jude-Marie Green, Tori Centanni Fri 12:00 PM-1:00 PM – Cascade 3&4 The Language of Gender Cat Rambo (M), Jason … Continue reading
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Online Writing Class News for March/April/May/June
Here’s the most recent class listing and important news about the Writing F&SF Stories and Advanced Story workshops.
I will be offering two sections of the Writing F&SF workshop and one of the Advanced Story Workshop, but they are dependent on getting at least five students in order to make it financially feasible for me. If you want to sign up for one, drop me a line with the information about which class and what times work best for you, and I will be announcing dates as they solidify. Expressing interest does not commit you, but lets me gauge whether or not there is enough interest in a date/time slot to make it viable. You will not need to pay until the week before the class starts; the overall workshops will be six two or two and a half hour sessions, depending on the number of students enrolled.