May is coming to a close and with it my month of releasing Fuzzy Nation and touring all across the country to support it. You all have been amazing in your enthusiasm and support, and to show my… Read More
Mira Grant (also known as Seanan Mcguire) is having one of those very good years. First, as Mcguire, she won last year’s Campbell Award for the best new writer in science fiction and fantasy. Then Feed, the first… Read More
Why it’s nice to be back (in case there was any doubt).
Some quick notes for today: 1. Yay! I’m home! I know, this is a repeat from the note last night, but I think it bears repeating. I’ve been on tour since the 10th, and actively away from home… Read More
Just so you know. See you all later.
Not my last interview ever (uh, probably) but the last interview I did whilst out on my book tour, was recorded yesterday and is now up today on the Versus the World “Alpha Geek” podcast, which you may… Read More
If you will make a sacrifice on my behalf to the Memorial Day Travel Gods, I would be obliged. I had a wonderful time with all y’all the last three weeks. But now I would like to be… Read More
The Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man wishes to remind you that I will be making my final book tour appearance tonight at 5pm at the Poisoned Pen bookstore in Scottsdale, Arizona. Accompanying me will be Sam Sykes! It will be… Read More
In talking about her new novel Nightspell for the Big Idea, author Leah Cypess gets a little meta… about the concept of a big idea, and how it relates to writing books, and, of course, specifically this one…. Read More
I’ve been on tour since May 10, and away from home (meaning, not going back home after an appearance but instead living out of a hotel) for two straight weeks. I will continue to be doing so until… Read More
Surely you remember how Paul & Storm wrote me a simply magnificent power ballad for my novel Fuzzy Nation? You do? Excellent. Well, now Paul & Storm are taking it to the next level and asking you —… Read More
Attention Citizens of Phoenix and Arizona! As of tomorrow I will be among you in your fair (and I assume at this point rather warm) environs, both to do a tour appearance and to be a guest at… Read More
I’ve been traveling a lot in the last couple of weeks, so perhaps it’s only natural that this week’s FilmCritic.com column is about space travel — and which classic science fiction films make it seem easy, and which… Read More
For longtime fans of the urban fantasy genre, the Bordertown series of anthologies hardly needs an introduction — it was literally one of the foundations of the genre when it emerged on the publishing scene in 1986. Now… Read More
If I’ve done anything useful at all in the history of Hugos, it’s help establish the idea that letting the potential Hugo voters get a packet of the nominated works to read and evaluate is a good thing… Read More
It was the Nebula Awards Weekend this last weekend, and the first of these that happened with me as the president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and it was that fact that, as you… Read More
I blew out my voice yesterday after a weekend of near-constant talking, so today I’m trying to be as quiet as possible (I know! Me!). But that doesn’t mean you can’t hear the dulcet tones of my voice… Read More
Today was spent doing laundry, which was bound to happen after ten days on the road. There were other parts too, but right now I’m about to collapse from exhaustion, so details will wait until tomorrow, when I’m… Read More
Been super busy at the Nebulas, which is why I have not been about this weekend. Not that I don’t love you all. But being president of SFWA has priority this weekend. But tell me: how are you?
If you are in or around Washington DC today, and you love science fiction and fantasy, you will want to be at the Washington Hilton between the hours of 5:30 and 7pm, at which time dozens of science… Read More