I find myself lost again, in my thoughts, my words. At least I’m not as driven by my emotions as I used to be, following nothing more than a thoughtless trail of correlations, from point A, to point B, and what significance in between. 305 more words
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I came home and saw this article on the unfortunate rape epidemic at mixed sex music festivals.
Well Michfest clearly proves that this rape epidemic is for one reason and one reason only, male violence. 242 more words
My piece Succession is featured in the new volume of Dark Mountain, released October 2014.
From the publishers’ website:
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[Dark Mountain] grew out of a feeling that contemporary literature and art were failing to respond honestly or adequately to the scale of our entwined ecological, economic and social crises.
Five original tales set in a shared urban future–from some of the hottest young writers in modern SF
More than an anthology, “Metatropolis “is the brainchild of five of science fiction’s hottest writers–Elizabeth Bear, Tobias Buckell, Jay Lake, Karl Schroeder, and project editor John Scalzi—who combined their talents to build a new urban future, and then wrote their own stories in this collectively-constructed world. 191 more words