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The 2017 Nebulas Conference

I went to the SFWA 2017 Nebulas Conference in Pittsburgh over the weekend with fellow writers Chris M. Rose, Jeremy Gottwig, and Doug Dluzen. It…

What Have I Been Enjoying Lately?

Earlier this week, I rattled off a very brief post talking about Sylvia Moreno García’s efforts at capturing Latin Americans in SFF. I may decide…

“Fahrenheit 451” and the Problems of A Single Story

A few nights ago, I took to Twitter to respond to all those articles I’ve seen urging people to read George Orwell’s “1984” (or, alternately,…

Back to Regularly Scheduled Program (I Hope)

I’m back. I have to admit I knew I hadn’t written a post in a while. Hell, I hadn’t written anything in a while. Part…

2016 Award Eligibility & Recommendations

I had mentioned in a previous post that I had several things I was thankful for in 2016. Most of what I’ve been thankful for…

“Choices, In Sequential Order” is Live at Digital Science Fiction, and My First Narration is at Strange Horizons

I was made aware my story, “Choices, In Sequential Order” is now live at Digital Science Fiction’s “QuickFic” page. Head on over to read it…

Achievement Unlocked: New Market Cracked!

I’m glad to announce my story, “Emergency Evaluation of Penny Ante, as Recorded by Cal-Q-Tron of the Benevolent Order of Heroes” sold to Galaxy’s Edge!…

“Choices, In Sequential Order” to Appear in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination

I was approached to include my story, “Choices, In Sequential Order” as part of an anthology dedicated to People of Color Taking Over Fantastic Stories of the…

Found Out “Choices, In Sequential Order” Had Been Produced as a Podcast!

Sometimes, Googling your own name yields pleasant surprises. For instance, I had hoped that when my story got published in Nature Magazine, they would select…

I’ll Be Speaking on Panels at the Baltimore Book Fest!

I’ll be speaking on panels on September 25th at the SFWA tent. I’m thrilled to have this opportunity, and will be speaking about short fiction…