For the Avoidance of Doubt

This comment on John C. Wright’s Intercollegiate Review article, purporting to be from me, and reported on here¬†(and since updated and corrected), was not written by me. I wrote a comment replying to it noting such, but for some reason I can’t see it (although others apparently can, so).

I did, however, write this comment, about Heinlein and Hugos, over on Metafilter.

For further avoidance of doubt, neither Mr. Wright or Elizabeth¬†Moon’s books are on my blacklist, in no small part because I don’t keep one of those. If I did, the chance I’d announce it somewhere else than here is fairly small.

As a general rule, if you see a comment purporting to be from me out there on the Internets and plan to report on it in one way or another, it might be a good idea to ping me first, especially if it seems contentious in some way. If I did write it, I’ll confirm it. If I didn’t, well, I’ll tell you that, too.

Comments off on this one.