Daily Archives: August 16, 2017
Writing About Later, Now: Harder Than It Used to Be
Posted on August 16, 2017 55 Comments
I have a piece in the Los Angeles Times today about the difficulty of writing science fiction in today’s world, and no, it’s not just because one has to wonder if the world is going to be here tomorrow. Here’s the link. Enjoy!
The Big Idea: Stella Parks
Posted on August 16, 2017 12 Comments
I’ve eaten Stella Parks‘ desserts, and, oh, man, they are so good. So I’m delighted to give her space today to let her tell you about her debut cookbook BraveTart, which examines and celebrates a branch of America’s culinary tradition Parks thinks is overlooked and underappreciated. Is she right? Read on. STELLA PARKS: When people […]
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