So, here’s the excerpt from “The Right People” I read at Loson. Thanks to everyone who showed up. Next year, we’ll have donuts.
I am a great big geek. I know my Xmen from my JLA, I know how to fix a computer, I know my Doctor Who. Having said all that, if anyone every catches me wearing a cape and I’m not at a Halloween party, you have my permission to take […]
Well, it’s been quite a week, what with finishing Making Numbers and all. That means, of course, filling time with a Metacast. The news? The Fictionados are doing a reading at Loscon 32 on Saturday, November 26 at 10 in the morning. This is exciting, even if our audience is […]
At last, the thrilling conclusion, where Maggie…hell, you think I’m going to give it away? Part 11 of 11 is available for download now.
Cancelled it this morning. It felt good, like the first step in taking something back after all of yesterday’s badness. We were paid up through the end of the year, but we asked for and are getting a refund. Good bye, LA Times. Up yours, Joel Stein, Max Boot and […]
I cannot, for the life of me, get to sleep. This sucks in so many different ways. I can’t start writing, ’cause then my brain will spin up and I’ll be up all night. I can’t turn on the tv ’cause it doesn’t help. And I can’t read ’cause it’ll […]
So, last week the LA Times announced they were going to shake up their Op-Ed pages (translation: going lowbrow), and it was almost like they were reaching out and tweaking me on purpose. On the one hand, Michael Ramirez was gone. On the other, so was Robert Scheer. Patt Morrison […]