This post is about my story for Alison Tyler‘s anthology Morning, Noon and Night: Erotica for Couples, just out this month. There is one story for each hour of the day, plus one extra for lagniappe! The first things I thought of when I was assigned 8:00 pm were: television, prime time, appointment teevee. The […]
Read The City’s Oldest Known Survivor of the Great War by James Doyle here.
This post is a tidier version of a talk I gave to the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society in October, 2012. The purpose was to give some concrete examples of how my research reading finds its way into my fiction. I read Into the Breach: American Women Overseas in World War I by Dorothy and Carl […]
A Consecration Not of the princes and prelates with periwigged charioteers Riding triumphantly laurelled to lap the fat of the years,– Rather the scorned—the rejected—the men hemmed in with the spears; The men of the tattered battalion which fights till it dies, Dazed with the dust of the battle, the din and the cries. The […]
Resources for New Writers Sat 3:00 PM in Plaza III What books, websites and other research materials are essential for the new and prospective writer? Victoria Janssen (mod), Keith R.A. DeCandido, Sally-Rouge Pax, Tim W. Burke, Meg Howard, Bill Oliver Old Friends We Keep Coming Back To Sat 6:00 PM in Plaza II Some books […]
Gregory Frost tagged me to participate in The Next Big Thing, so…. Ten Interview Questions for The Next Big Thing 1. What is the title of your Work in Progress? The tentative title is The Dreamlord War, but I think that will end up being an overarching title for a series, with this segment being […]
FEMA guide to donating and volunteering. For Cuba and Haiti in particular, donate to Operation USA or to the International Medical Corps. At the Gothamist, How to Volunteer, Donate in the U.S. and in NYC specifically. Network for Good provides a whole list of links where you can donate. Blood and Platelet Donation through the […]