My Favorite Guest Post of 2014

was fortunate to be asked to write quite a few guest posts in 2014. But my personal favorite was one that I wanted to write. Fortunately for me, John DeNardo and the other good folks at SF Signal were willing to have me, and they published my post, “Daddy, What’s Dungeons & Dragons” on their […]

Guest Post Over at SF Signal: “Daddy, What’s Dungeons & Dragons?”

ast week, the Little Man, now 5, asked me The Question when my copy of the latest edition of the Player’s Handbook arrived in the mail: The Little Man just asked me The Question: “What’s Dungeons & Dragons, Daddy?” #dnd5e #passiton — Jamie Todd Rubin (@jamietr) August 23, 2014 Well, when you’re five year-old asks, you’re […]

Guest Post: “Created Words in Science Fiction — how do they work?” by Juliette Wade

I am currently away on an Internet Vacation. I’ll be back online on March 31. Today, in my absence, as a special treat, I am so pleased to have a guest post by my friend, and fellow Analog-writer, Juliette Wade In addition to being a wonderful writer of stories, Juliette is also a linguist by […]

I Have A Guest Post Over On the Evernote Blog

vernote is holding another Paperless Challenge and as part of that event, I have a guest post over on the Evernote blog today. The paperless challenge is the perfect opportunity for people who’ve wanted to go paperless to get started. In addition to the sharing of ideas with other people participating in the challenge, there […]

My interview with Barry N. Malzberg is now live at SF Signal

I had the pleasure of interviewing Barry N. Malzberg1 for SF Signal last week. We talked about the science fiction of the 1950s and his involvement with The Galaxy Project, an effort to bring back some of those classic novelettes and novellas that appeared in Galaxy during that decade. Head on over there to check it out. This […]