Daily Archives: February 6, 2007
The good news is that it’s no longer so cold that it can’t actually snow. On the other hand, well, we’ve got snow and lots of it — the first actual accumulation this winter — and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop anytime soon. We’ll have to see if we’ll actually be able […]
Mary Robinette Kowal, who did such a lovely job performing “The Sagan Diary,” writes up a piece about what happens when the words you’re reading don’t exactly trip off the tongue. And she includes an audio file to make the point. Fun and instructive!
A Series of Casual Thoughts I Had While I Was Filling Out My Hugo Nomination Ballot and Looking at the Best Fan Writer Category
(Preface Note: The following entry will be all but incomprehensible to non-SF geeks. You’ve been warned) Initial Condition: Looking at the Best Fan Writer category on the Hugo Award nomination form —-First Thought: Who besides Dave Langford should get the award this year? ——-(Parenthetical thought: Not that Dave Langford isn’t a lovely fellow) Ameliorative Action: […]