Brenda Cooper is awesome. She is a powerful writer, a cycling buddy, and a mentor willing to give time and advice to anyone who wades into the magically gut-churning world of publishing. Plus, she’s a lot of fun, which is why I jumped at the chance to do a bunch […]
Against my better judgement, I’m going back to California this weekend. See, I went to this college called Harvey Mudd, and, despite not graduating from there, I will return for my class’s twentieth reunion. The place has a powerful gravitational pull. Plus, someone said there would be strawberry donuts. I […]
I’m adverbially excited to be at this year’s Emerald City Comicon, because a) it sounds like a really fun time, b) it’s my first year as a fledgling pro, and c) it’s a short bus ride from home so I can flee when I’m at capacity and not have to […]
In this breathless and hilarious followup to the Philip K. Dick Award-nominated Windswept, former labor organiser Padma’s worst nightmare comes true: she gets yanked out of early retirement.
Padma Mehta has to save her city, her planet, and Occupied Space from a devastating crop-killing plague — all before Happy Hour.
Hey, I’m going to Norwescon! Are you going to Norwescon? Let’s hang out at Norwescon! Here’s where I’m going to be, assuming both the U-Link and the Democratic Party caucus both run on time. Yes, I’m going to be commuting via train and bike so I can do both my […]
I’ve been busy moving boxes around (a bunch of people are going to show up next week with jackhammers to tear up our basement in order to keep it from flooding), so I haven’t had time to sit down and write this: HOLY CRAP, MY BOOK GOT NOMINATED FOR THE […]