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Orycon Schedule – Orycon 40!

I’ll be at Orycon November 9-11 at the Red Lion hotel in Jantzen Beach, in Portland, Oregon. Friday, November 9 5:00 PM: Must Reads for the Environmentally Aware – Overton Room 7:00 PM: Writer Retreats – Pettygrove Saturday, November 10 10:00 AM: Artificial People in Science Fiction – White Stag 11:00 AM:  Meet B-Cubed Press

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Norwescon Schedule

Friday Genetic Manipulation and Made-to Order Species: Biotech in SF 10:00am – 11:00am @ Cascade 10 Brenda Cooper (M), Nancy Kress, K. C. Alexander, Fonda Lee Futurism 101 11:00am – 12:00pm @ Cascade 9 Peter N. Glaskowsky (M), Brenda Cooper, PJ Manney Speculative Poetry 2:00pm – 3:00pm @ Cascade 12 Brenda Cooper, Cat Rambo, Alexandra

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A Year Without a Winter

I’m really excited to share some news. If you read my newsletter, you heard this story.  If you don’t, and you want new stories about once a month, you can sign up here. Here’s my news…..I finished my first-ever work as a fiction editor. This project, the anthology A Year Without a Winter, was full

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Stories of Fremont’s Children

My first solo novel, The Silver Ship and the Sea, is getting a fabulous tenth anniversary edition from Wordfire Press, available this month.  This is a favorite tale of mine, with beloved characters I got to spend many long hours with.  It was my first award-winning novel. The basic story is that six genetically altered

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My Stonecoast MFA

I recently completed a Masters in Fine Arts at Stonecoast.  A number of people asked me why, and others have whether or not it was worth it. So here’s my write-up, which might help mid-career authors who are considering an MFA.  First – a brief description. Stonecoast is a low-residency MFA through the University of

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Wilders release week recap!

Wow – what fun.  That was a wild first week for Wilders. Pun intended. Thought this list of all the events and interviews and the like might be worth putting together for folks since there are still ways to read parts of Wilders up on the web, a few giveaways, and lots of interviews.  So

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