Daily Archives: March 16, 2006
An Astronomy Workshop for SF Writers?
Posted on March 16, 2006 16 Comments
Hey, SF writers, check this out: Science fiction writer Mike Brotherton is also a professor of astronomy at the University of Wyoming, and is thinking about the feasibility of doing two-week workshop for SF writers about science (and particularly astronomy), possibly to be funded by NASA. But in order to pry the money out of […]
Posted on March 16, 2006 5 Comments
Many congratulations to my pal Justine Larbalestier, whose second novel, the delightful Magic Lessons, debuts today. It continues the journey of Reason Cansino, the young heroine who was at the heart of her first novel Magic or Madness, and see her struggling to deal with her family’s history and its implications for her own future. […]
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