Monthly Archives: July 2011

ReaderCon 22 writeup: No Childhood Left Behind

I haven’t seen any other writeups on this panel yet, and, of course, this is one I didn’t take ~excellent~ notes on. (I was always a poor note-taker in school, preferring to rely on vague suggestions to jog my memory.) I have just over 2 pages, mostly … Continue reading

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ReaderCon 22 writeup: No Childhood Left Behind

I haven’t seen any other writeups on this panel yet, and, of course, this is one I didn’t take ~excellent~ notes on. (I was always a poor note-taker in school, preferring to rely on vague suggestions to jog my memory.) … Continue reading

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Bull Spec issue 6 is available

It’s got my review of Germline in it. You can get the pdf here (for free or a price you choose; suggested donation of $2).I really liked the book, and I hope more people buy it and read it. If you like gritty military SF with a realistic set of politic… Continue reading

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Bull Spec issue 6 is available

It’s got my review of Germline in it. You can get the pdf here (for free or a price you choose; suggested donation of $2). I really liked the book, and I hope more people buy it and read it. … Continue reading

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Back from ReaderCon

I took the train up to Boston and back, and I don’t recommend this course of action. It was nice to see my sister (and her new tiny basement apartment in Capitol Hill), but 16 hours each way on a train means having to pack an entire second bag full of … Continue reading

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Back from ReaderCon

I took the train up to Boston and back, and I don’t recommend this course of action. It was nice to see my sister (and her new tiny basement apartment in Capitol Hill), but 16 hours each way on a … Continue reading

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