Author Archives: Cat Rambo

About Cat Rambo

I am a science fiction and fantasy writer and editor. My three collections of short stories are THE SURGEON'S TALE AND OTHER STORIES (with Jeff VanderMeer), EYES LIKE SKY AND COAL AND MOONLIGHT, and NEAR + FAR (forthcoming this September).

Announcing The Reinvented Detective!

I’m pleased to announce that we have final cover, release date, and table of contents! December 12, 2023, The Reinvented Detective, the second installment of the Reinvented Anthology series from Jennifer Brozek and Cat Rambo, appears from Arc Manor. The … Continue reading

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Wormhole Lite Changes – Because You Asked For Them! (And Other Recent Stuff)

Making Wormhole Lite More Accessible People told me the way we had Wormhole Lite configured didn’t work so well, because of time differences. So I’ve swapped things around and made it so you can get the recordings and not worry … Continue reading

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Heading Into the 2nd Half of the Year

This edition of the newsletter contains: Where I’m at with current projects and upcoming appearances Some new classes for August and September Join the street team for Devil’s Gun! Wayward Wormhole Progress Report Lots and lots of links Moving away … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole: The Instructors

Janet writes again: There’s only one thing more exciting than writing in a 10th-century castle, and that’s spending quality time—in person—with exceptional writing instructors. If you’re one of the lucky people who has taken classes with Cat Rambo, Ann Leckie, … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole: Carousing in the Castle

The latest dispatch from Janet: This is the Castell de Llaes courtyard. The building on the right is the entrance area I wrote about a few weeks back, and the main castle is straight ahead, with the cemetery past the … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole: Writing in a Cemetery

Our latest dispatch from Janet: I’ve never written in a cemetery, but I’m drawn to the idea, especially after reading Neil Gaiman’s “The Graveyard Book.” So why haven’t I done it? I admit I’m a bit intimidated to write amongst … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole: Getting to the Castle

An update from Janet, who has been working away at answering questions. The Wayward Wormhole just made getting to the castle a (w)hole lot easier by meeting you at the airport! Cat and I will head to Barcelona Airport and … Continue reading

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Glimpses from the Wayward Wormhole: Castle Refuges

Here’s another moment from Janet: A month in a castle in Spain sounds lovely. But add the idea of talking and being around fifteen other people 24/7. It’s enough to make the more introverted reconsider their need to write in … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole– A Castle in Spain – REMINDER: Patreon Early Bird Fees end April 20!!

Bedrooms. That quiet, cozy sanctuary where all things heavy can be folded away, tucked into a corner and laid down for a while. My quiet time is important to me. I work alone 90 percent of the time and find … Continue reading

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Wayward Wormhole: Stepping Into the Castle

Up a set of rugged stone steps, the doors of the castle opened and we entered. I’d been awed by its structure, by its historical significance, and its position in the Catalonia countryside. Now I was nervous. So much could … Continue reading

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