Daily Archives: December 28, 2007

And Onward to 2009

For those of you who like to mark your calendars early, I’ll note I’ll be the 2009 Guest of Honor at Millennicon, just down the road in Cincinnati. Please note the year there: 2009, not 2008 (2008’s Guest of Honor is Steven Barnes, who, you know, you should go see, too). Wow, 2009. I feel […]

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A Month of Writers, Day Twenty Two: David Anthony Durham

I’m about to go off and drive 180 miles, so I can’t make this long. So here’s everything you need to know: David Anthony Durham: teh HAWSOME. Acacia, Book One: The War With the Mein, his debut fantasy novel: also teh HAWSOME. Campbell Award possibilities? It would be — yes! — teh HAWSOME. And now, […]

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Five Years On

Did you know (and before you say “yes,” I should warn you that the answer here will almost certainly be “no,” so don’t try to be all cool about it) that today marks the fifth anniversary of what I consider my official entrance into science fiction? No? Huh. Surprising. Well, it is. Five years ago […]

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