Monthly Archives: June 2019

Love Death + Robots Renewed for Season Two

And Oscar-nominated animation director Jennifer Yuh Nelson is coming on board as Supervising Director. All the details (that has been announced anyway) are in this Hollywood Reporter article. Before you ask, I don’t have any other information that I can share about anything, so any question you ask beyond what’s in the article linked to […]

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Announcing A Very Scalzi Christmas, From Subterranean Press

Surprise! I have a short book of (mostly) Christmas stories coming out this year, each story featuring art from Natalie Metzger. It’ll be out in November, and available in a signed, limited hardcover edition (perfect for holiday giving!), and also in eBook. And it features three new stories never before published anywhere. Here’s the write-up […]

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The Scalzi Theory of Strawberries

In our front yard we have a very small garden in which we grow strawberries and oregano, and one of the things I really enjoy is for a few months out of the year being able just to step out of my house and have a fresh, tart strawberry whenever I want. The strawberries we […]

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Two Somewhat Contrasting Views of Athena

Looking very serious, and then less so. Either way, she’s pretty great. It’s nice to have her home for the summer.

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New Books and ARCs, 6/7/19

Another Friday, another ample stack of new books and ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound. Lots of good stuff here — what in this stack is catching your eye? Share in the comments!

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Spice and Smudge, 6/6/19

Patrolling the yard, as they are wont to do. There is, after all, a lot of yard to patrol.

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Hey, Wanna See the Cover for The Last Emperox?

If you do, it’s over here at Tor.com. As with the other covers in the series, it’s done by Sparth, and as with the other covers in the series, I kinda love it. Also, I’m still writing it. It needs to be done soon. Sooooooooon. But I think you’ll like it.

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A Thought About Writing About Your Marriage Online

Was reading elsewhere someone noting their opinion that when people are posting online about how great their marriage is, that marriage is probably in trouble in some way, in the manner of how our online presentation of ourselves is highly mediated and controllable, unlike our real lives, which are messy and not always great. I’ve […]

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View From a Hotel Window, 6/3/19: Denver

And unusually, this view is from the day I’m leaving the hotel room, rather than checking into it. What can I say, I was busy the whole weekend in Denver. Better late than never. Denver Pop Culture Con was lovely as usual, and I got to see lots of friends, and an Amanda Palmer concert […]

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