Romantic Times gave The Diamond Deep a four star review. Â I can’t link to it yet because it’s in the current issue, but here’s a short excerpt: Â “….Â the studied indifference of the rich and powerful to the weak and poor is condemned, not praised. A sequel to 2012â€™s The Creative Fire, this is a worthy […]
As I was doing my 2012 predictions analysis, I decided I was bored with that game.Â Â I suppose because I have neither won big or truly lost for a few years.Â So on to a new game, and one I hope will yield more results even though Iâ€™ll never be able to measure them. Hereâ€™s
Happy debut fiction novel release day to Ramez Naam, for Nexus. Â I had the great pleasure of interviewing Ramez. Â Our conversation can be found over at SF Signal this morning. I expect this book to please a lot of readers, and to start many interesting conversations.
There’s a fabulous mind meld over on SF Signal today. Â Kristin Centorcelli gathered up a bunch of us and asked us about positive futures. Â So David Brin, Charles Stross, Julie Czernada, Jestse deVries, Guy Haley, Paul Weimer, Neal Asher, Stephen Euinn Cobb, Â Sharon Lynn Fisher, me, and Andrea of Little Red Reviewer all pitched our
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This is Raffy. Â Raffy started out white and un-decorated, and KT the marvelous painted it with galaxies and stars and other bright splashes of multimedia color. Â I believe – given the blond hair – that Raffy is supposed to be me clothed in imagination.
Like most genre writers, I occasionally get the “that’s sweet dear” response when I tell people I write science fiction.Â I want to take people and shake them up a bit and demonstrate how many classic and current bestselling work is science fiction or fantasy.Â I want to mention the popular Game of Thrones on
Warning: Yes, this is a rare personal post and yes, I’m fund-raising. Cancer took my little brother Russy last year. It’s assaulting two of my friends right now; a sweet man named Pere who worked with Russy for years, and a writer friend, Jay Lake. It’s inside my partner’s sister and wreaking havoc on that
Okay â€“ so this is the least interesting of the three â€œHow did I do in my predictions for 2010 postsâ€ unless you find failure interesting.Â This what I had to say about society and government, where I went out on a limb into international relations and fell off, landing face-first in the mud: Prediction:
Well, this is two reading recommendations in a row for N.K. Jemisin.Â I enjoyed The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms so much I immediately ordered The Broken Kingdoms.Â I left it closed as a carrot against getting some of my own editing done, but after one pass I just had to stop and pick it up.Â This