Monthly Archives: June 2019
Perhelion Summer by Greg Egan This is probably the only climate change fiction I can manage. Egan side-steps the politics of the issue by talking about a cosmic accident that screws up Earth’s orbit and stresses the hell out of … Continue reading
Here I am in lovely (if muggy) southwestern Bulgaria and ОХ, БОЖЕ do I have some news for you! Remember Junction? I’ve just signed the contract for the sequel: INTERCHANGE. Thank you Don and Jennie! Thank you to everyone who … Continue reading
Sunlight through roses Dark and light both green and pink Is that a chicken?
After the skunk trees Linden flowers smell nicer But still the sneezes? AND check out the video adaptation!
Shrill calls from the sky Swifts beat their wings when they must When I look I sneeze
That ailanthus smell. Now that I know about it It’s everywhere.