Daily Archives: September 5, 2012

So This Is a Thing That Actually Just Happened

A tale told in tweets: So, yes. At some point in the not too distant future (but well after I finish up my current projects, no doubt to the relief of my editors) prepare yourself for 101 Uses For a Spare Goat, by John Scalzi, from Subterranean Press. It will be, and I think I […]

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Subterranean Press September eBook Sale

Subterranean Press is putting on sale a whole bunch of its ebooks this September, including several of mine: Through the end of the month, for example, my Hugo and Nebula-nominated novella The God Engines is just $2.99, as is my book on writing, You’re Not Fooling Anyone When You Take Your Laptop Into a Coffee […]

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The Big Idea: Morgan Keyes

We’ve all experienced rites of passage in our lives, and they are usually framed as celebrations. But is there another side to those rites — a not always celebratory one. It’s a side that Morgan Keyes explores in Darkbeast, her new middle-grade novel. We’ve got here to explain. MORGAN KEYES: In Darkbeast, twelve-year-old Keara runs […]

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The Now Standard Back From Worldcon Disclaimer + September Schedule Notes

Hi there! I’ve been away for several days and not looking at e-mail or much of anything else, and also have to dive back into work immediately, so it will probably take me a couple of days to clear my backlog of mail. If you sent me an e-mail in the last week you were […]

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