Monthly Archives: January 2020
Shadows climb the blocks Gray overtakes apricot The moon faces west
I will stay until The hateful sky fades to black And the lights come on.
Protector #1 is out! Of all the tribes that dwell in the hot ruins of far-future North America, the Hudsoni reign supreme, but even they fear and obey the godlike Devas. When the Devas warn of an old-world demon in … Continue reading
A yellow-clad block Cuts a rectangle from the clouds that will soon rain
I’m currently on chapter 3 of the “meat draft” of Interchange, which means I have two chapters that are ready for beta readers. Personally, I like to beta-read in small chunks, and if you do too, come on down! Let … Continue reading
A cell phone tower Light on its eastern faces Turn off airplane mode
Here are my Hugo-eligible works: Junction (novel) https://bit.ly/2FoTwG9 “Transportation” (essay on SFWA website) https://bit.ly/2tv6H5B “Writing Wrongly” (essay in Apex Magainze) https://bit.ly/2rVdd59 Vote here: https://bit.ly/2SV0tGJ coming up: MY hugo noms! And here they are! Uncrowned by Will Wight 3zekiel by Peter Cawdron Perhelion Summer by … Continue reading
Why, what’s this? Protector comes out Jan 27th!
This year I’ve been looking for mentors. Mostly that means cyber-stalking authors I admire, sifting through their interviews and essays for nuggets of incite about their processes. Note that this isn’t writing “advice” it’s reporting by authors about their everyday … Continue reading