Monthly Archives: May 2019

May Newsletter: The Plague and the Deluge

So there I was, around one in the morning, standing in my robe with my earplugs still in and my sleep-mask pulled up on my forehead, squinting nearsightedly at the little plastic box on the wall next to my apartment … Continue reading

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Workshop notes: Having Fun While Writing

The Human Library and I put on a workshop/discussion yesterday about having fun while writing, and it evolved into a sort of writing-as-mental-health thing. There were lots of good bits of advice, including: Track your writing. What time do you … Continue reading

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Leaves Froth in the Wind

Leaves froth in the wind Finding new stabilities We are back in school

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Valuable Asteroid Strikes Ethiopia

This may be a silly idea, but I was wondering about what would happen if an asteroid composed of some valuable mineral struck a random place on Earth (on land). With the help of, I decided that the asteroid … Continue reading

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Podcast Interview: Time for Cakes and Ale

Hey check this out. I had a great time at Eastercon and you can get a taste of that right here. Thanks, Becks and Eeson!

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