Daily Archives: March 5, 2009

Because It’s Not Enough to Follow Me Here and On Twitter and On Facebook

The guy who founded Goodreads asked me if I wouldn’t mind making an author profile there (Shut up! He did. He went to my high school), so I did. Here it is. If you’re a Goodreads sort of person, feel free to do that thing you do with other people on social sites, with me. […]

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Splitting an Unsplittable Baby

From the LA Times article on the Prop 8 California Supreme Court hearings: The California Supreme Court appeared ready today to vote to uphold Proposition 8, the November ballot measure that banned gay marriage, but also seemed ready to decide unanimously to recognize existing same-sex marriages. Yeah, but how? Prop 8 was pretty unambiguous about […]

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Remember how for years people thought Watchmen would be unfilmable, and then someone went and filmed it anyway? Yeah, good times, good time. In this week’s AMC column, I talk about other science fiction titles that have been considered “unfilmable” — and whether anyone’s planning to try to film them. And then I ask you […]

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Rachel Swirsky

She’s simply one of the best young writers in science fiction, and I wish more people would have read her by now. If you haven’t, here’s your chance to start. If you have, then you probably don’t need my encouragement to click through and keep reading her.

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