Monthly Archives: December 2007

A Month of Writers, Day Three: Susie Bright

If you were wondering if I would only be featuring science fiction and fantasy writers in this Month of Writers thing, today’s guest answers that: Author and sex expert Susie Bright, who I’m proud to say I’ve been reading since she was editing On Our Backs (what was a straight guy doing reading a magazine […]

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This Will Come as No Surprise to Those of You Who Have Hung Out Here a While

Sometimes, it’s fun to taunt people. And that’s all I’m going to say about that at the moment. But if you have something to say about it, go right ahead.

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A Month of Writers, Day Two: Charles Stross

Today’s guest writer is none other than Charles Stross, whom I’m fond of calling the poster boy of 21st Century science fiction, not in the least because he’s had four consecutive Best Novel Hugo nominations (for Singularity Sky, Iron Sunrise, Accelerando and Glasshouse), which is a trick only Robert Silverberg has managed before him. That’s […]

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In Case You Were Wondering

That thunking sound you heard at about 11:45 pm eastern time was every college football fan in Ohio falling to their knees, hoisting their arms toward heaven, and exclaiming “Praise Jesus! We’re going to New Orleans!” It’s going to be a long December.

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A Month of Writers, Day One: Steven Brust

So, I had this idea: While I was off this December writing my book and being no fun, why not keep you folks entertained with a revolving platter of fabulous guest stars? What kind of guest stars, you ask? Well, the best kind of guest stars, naturally: Writers! Specifically, writers I like, who also have […]

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New Toy

I was not living up to my reputation as a technogeek recently, so I went ahead and got myself one of these: It’s the Archos 605 WiFi media player, which is basically what an iPod Touch would be if you pumped it full of steroids and took away a lot of its sexy. What it […]

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