Daily Archives: January 20, 2010

Dude. Whoa. Just, Like, Whoa.

Just for perspective, everything I’ve ever written and everything I am ever likely to write in my entire life will fit onto this thumb drive. Several times over. On one hand, it’s weird to consider one’s life’s work compressed into a space smaller than one’s thumb. On the other hand, I really don’t have any […]

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Cherie Priest on Authorial Control

Want to know what aspects of the writing and publishing industry your average book author has control over? Sure you do. Well, Cherie Priest is here to tell you which they are in this useful and interesting essay (short answer: really very few). Click through to be enlightened, and then for f@#&’s sake stop e-mailing […]

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A Reminder Regarding Political Prognostications

Because everyone, including me, has thoughts about what last night’s elections means for the 2010 vote ten months from now: Ten months ago, everyone assumed the GOP was doomed for several political cycles. Ten months before that, there was still a chance Hillary Clinton would have been the next president of the United States, and […]

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Judge Sn: The Abridged Audio Version

Hey there, kids! I and Subterranean Press have got a present for you: An abridged audio version of “Judge Sn Goes Golfing,” the short story of mine set in the universe of The Android’s Dream, which was published as a stand-alone chapbook by SubPress. The audio version is the version that I read live when […]

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Political Thoughts Before Bed

Slightly rambly as I’m running on a deficit of sleep. * First, of course, it does seem that the Democratic ability to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory seems wholly undiminished. Depending on one’s personal politics, you could argue whether the newly-minted Senator-Elect Brown deserved to win the election, but given the campaign she […]

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