Monthly Archives: October 2015

35 Years of Tor is unveiling Tor’s new logo today — it looks like the old logo, only, you know, more modern — and offering a timeline of highlights from Tor’s now 35-year-long history. I’m delighted to say I show up on the timeline twice, first in 2005, when it’s noted that I and Brandon Sanderson debuted in […]

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In Which I Rank the Months, Because Why Not

In order from best to worst: 1. October: Halloween. Cool weather. Foliage. 2. May: My birthday. Spring in full bloom. Memorial Day starts summer. 3. December: Come on, it’s the holidays. 4. September: Start of the school year (traditional). Football, if you care. 5. June: Summer’s nice month. 6. November: The middle child of the 4th […]

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The Big Idea: David J. Peterson

Here’s a word for you: “Conlanger.” Do you know what one is? And what one does? And how they relate to some of your favorite fantasy and science fiction movies in the last several years? David J. Peterson, author of The Art of Language Invention, will catch you up on all the details — and they’re […]

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