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Whirlwind summer

I’ve been busy this summer. I spent 4 days in Atlanta for Shatterdome Atlanta 2 (jaeger boogaloo), was home for two days, then flew out to Seattle for my brother-in-law’s wedding on Orcas Island, whence his wife hails, to be gone for five days. So we w… Continue reading

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Whirlwind summer

I’ve been busy this summer. I spent 4 days in Atlanta for Shatterdome Atlanta 2 (jaeger boogaloo), was home for two days, then flew out to Seattle for my brother-in-law’s wedding on Orcas Island, whence his wife hails, to be gone for five days. So we w… Continue reading

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Time marches on

(it’s a pun. laugh.)Right, then. I have the physical certificate for the teaching course in hand, so I am all official on this thing. Woot! I’m teaching my third class at the language school, and it seems to be going well.My sister had a baby about a m… Continue reading

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Time marches on

(it’s a pun. laugh.)Right, then. I have the physical certificate for the teaching course in hand, so I am all official on this thing. Woot! I’m teaching my third class at the language school, and it seems to be going well.My sister had a baby about a m… Continue reading

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World Fantasy Con 2014 in review

As many conventions begin, mine began with travel. I took Amtrak from Durham to Alexandria, Virginia. For once, my train was only about half an hour delayed. I arrived at the hotel to realize that I should have asked which hotel my roommate for Wednesd… Continue reading

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World Fantasy Con 2014 in review

As many conventions begin, mine began with travel. I took Amtrak from Durham to Alexandria, Virginia. For once, my train was only about half an hour delayed. I arrived at the hotel to realize that I should have asked which hotel my roommate for Wednesd… Continue reading

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World Fantasy Con

I’m going to my first World Fantasy Con on Wednesday. I’m told this is a very different kind of convention than I’m used to: a lot more professionally oriented, more editors and whatnot around. It’s a little intimidating, but I’m looking forward to see… Continue reading

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World Fantasy Con

I’m going to my first World Fantasy Con on Wednesday. I’m told this is a very different kind of convention than I’m used to: a lot more professionally oriented, more editors and whatnot around. It’s a little intimidating, but I’m looking forward to see… Continue reading

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World Fantasy Con

I’m going to my first World Fantasy Con on Wednesday. I’m told this is a very different kind of convention than I’m used to: a lot more professionally oriented, more editors and whatnot around. It’s a little intimidating, but I’m looking forward to see… Continue reading

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Post-DragonCon update

I had a blast at DragonCon again this year. This time, Ben and I made armor for the first time so we could cosplay as Sasha and Aleksis Kaidanovsky from Pacific Rim. We didn’t quite finish everything in time, and we discovered a few things that will ne… Continue reading

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