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For the Love of the Game

I recently attended the end-of-season banquet for the UCLA women’s basketball team, of which I am a long-time fan. Yes, the men’s program at UCLA has a long and legendary history (of which I am justifiably proud, although I had absolutely nothing to do with it, but that’s college sports for you), but I have found the women’s team to be a more rewarding experience to watch. 510 more words


Einstein, Besides Being Einstein, Was A Refugee

Astronomer, baker, writer, shoemaker, toy maker, physicist, mathematician, psychologist, dancer, artists, politician, computer inventor… There are so many professions, so many as people have interests. 246 more words


The stocking stuffer

When you’re young, your life is unavoidably shaped by factors that are out of your control, and this is true even of the lives that come to seem the most inevitable. 1,133 more words


When Magazines Struggle

The news came via a handful of flimsy postcards.

Four beloved fiction magazines were altering their formats to print only “double issues.”

The catch?

They were dropping down to bimonthly releases. 675 more words


Crimson Birds of Small Miracles - story in January/February Asimov's

My story “Crimson Birds of Small Miracles” is out now in the January-February issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction. 2017 marks the 40th year of Asimov’s. I’m honored to be included, and extra-honored to have my story illustrated for the cover with wonderful art by… 106 more words


New journal Science Robotics is Established to Chronicle the Rise of the Robots

Devin Coldewey reports: Robots have been a major focus in the technology world for decades and decades, but they and basic science, and for that matter everyday life, have largely been… 278 more words


Octavia Cade in October/November Asimov's

Taking a break from my regular programming here to shout out to fellow New Zealander Octavia Cade, who has a story in the current issue of… 98 more words