Monthly Archives: July 2010

NASFiC/ReConStruction panels!

I’m going to be on several panels at NASFiC next week. Here’s a tentative list: Thursday 8/51:00 pm LIT108: Harry Potter retrospective. Now that it’s over, was it as good as we thought? Friday 8/610:00 am LIT009: Fifty years ago … Continue reading

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Book review: The White Road

The White Road by Lynn Flewelling, 1st ed 2010. The White Road picks up where Shadows Return left off, so you’ll be extremely lost if you didn’t read SR. You know all those questions left dangling all tantalizingly at the … Continue reading

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Ghost stations of Berlin

I am a child of the 1980s, and as such, the end of the Cold War and the Soviet Union happened around the time I came into political awareness. It’s only to be expected that something of that magnitude would … Continue reading

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Back from ReaderCon

Thanks to an offhand comment on Twitter, Jaym Gates and I decided a roadtrip from Raleigh-Durham up to Burlington, MA (northwest Boston) for ReaderCon would be a good idea. Having done it now, and spent about 30 hours in the … Continue reading

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What am I doing?

– I’m writing a short story about women in the military. I’m hoping to have a first draft in the next week or so. – The notes I’ve received on Iron and Rust are percolating in the back of my … Continue reading

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