First Full Day of Vacation

Okay, here I am having finally gotten this blog set up. I can check yet another item off of my to-do list. I have a five page list of things to get done before I leave for L.A. tomorrow, and so most of today has been spent doing those five pages worth of things. I’ve […]

First Full Day of Vacation

Okay, here I am having finally gotten this blog set up. I can check yet another item off of my to-do list. I have a five page list of things to get done before I leave for L.A. tomorrow, and so most of today has been spent doing those five pages worth of things. I’ve […]

Standing On the Shoulders of Giants

I’d like to preface this eulogy with a brief story in order to explain the challenges I faced in producing an encomium worthy of representing my grandfather’s life and my feelings toward him so please bear with me for a moment. My grandmother died on April 21, 1997 and on that same day, I saw […]

Standing On the Shoulders of Giants

I’d like to preface this eulogy with a brief story in order to explain the challenges I faced in producing an encomium worthy of representing my grandfather’s life and my feelings toward him so please bear with me for a moment. My grandmother died on April 21, 1997 and on that same day, I saw […]

My best rejection slip so far

Today I received my best rejection slip ever. It was like hitting a home run that went just foul. It was for my story “Wake Me When We Get There” which I had sent to Asimov’s. It made it out of the slush pile, past the readers and all the way to the editor, Sheila […]

Protected: Wake Me When We Get There

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Protected: The Last S.F. Writer

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Cast of Characters

I am very fortunate to have a number of good friends, many of them virtually lifelong. As a matter of course, they make appearances on the blog, often frequently. The purpose of this entry is to give frequent readers a bit more insight into the cast of characters that make frequent appearances. For convenience, I […]