I’m Talking Golden Age Science Fiction, Evernote, and Lots More on The Three Hoarseman Podcast

unday evening, I had the wonderful opportunity to be the guest on the Three Hoarseman podcast. I chatted with hosts Fred Kiesche, Jeff Patterson, and John Stevens about Golden Age science fiction, Evernote, productivity, what I’m reading, and much more. If you’re interested, you can check out the podcast for yourself. As always, I sound […]

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 […]

I’m on the SF Signal Podcast This Morning: “Authors We Can’t Get Enough of (and Why)”

ast week, I was part of the Hugo Award-winning SF Signal Podcast hosted by Patrick Hester. Among the other guests wereJosh Vogt, Jeff Patterson, Andrea Johnson, Paul Weimer, and Larry Ketchersid, with John DeNardo lurking in the background as always. The topic this week was “Author We Can’t Get Enough of, and Why.” There are some great authors […]

I’m Part of the SF Signal Mind-Meld on Recent SF/F That Deserves More Attention

ver at the Hugo award-winning SF Signal, I participated in this week’s Mind Meld: Recent SF/F That Deserves More Attention. Also participating: Jessica Strider, Derrick Johnson, and John H. Stevens. I list 5 books that I’ve read this year that I think are worthy of more attention. Head on over to SF Signal to find […]

I’m a Panelist on the SF Signal Podcast on SF Readers vs. Fantasy Readers

ver at SF Signal this morning is the podcast we recorded last week on the topic of SF Readers vs. Fantasy Readers. Panelists for this week’s podcast include: Jeff Patterson Paul Weimer Jay Garmon Josh Vogt Jamie Todd Rubin Patrick Hester It was a fun discussion. If you are interested in this sort of thing, […]

I’m Part of Today’s Mind-Meld Over At @SFSignal

Over at SF Signal, Paul Weimer, Mind-Meld Master, has asked the question: What books do people expect you to love or read, but you don’t? Why? I answer this question, along with many others, including my friend, Damien Walters Grintalis. Head on over to SF Signal to read what I had to say. (Hint: it […]

The SF Signal Podcast, My Daily Science Fiction Story and My Capclave Reading

Just a couple of items for bleary-eyed folks on Monday morning (a holiday in this part of town, although not for me). I am on the current episode (#156) of the SF Signal Podcast. Along with Derek Johnson, Stina Leicht, Jaym Gates, Justin Landon and Patrick Hester, we discuss whether or not optimistic science fiction […]

I am on Today’s SF Signal Podcast, Episode 150: A Panel Discussion of the 2012 Worldcon

Last Wednesday, I stayed up way past my bedtime to be a part of the panel discussion that makes up today’s SF Signal Podcast, Episode 150, talking about the crazy time we all had at the 70th World Science Fiction Convention in Chicago a few weeks ago. And by “crazy time,” I mean, you know, […]

The Hugo Award-Winning SF Signal!

I’m still catching up on a few posts I’ve wanted to write since heading home from Chicon. I realize I haven’t yet got to say how thrilled I was when SF Signal won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine. It was a highlight of the convention to see John DeNardo take the stage and accept […]

I’m part of this week’s SF Signal MIND MELD on Point of View

Over at the Hugo-nominated SF Signal, Paul Weimer has put together an impressive collection of author responses to questions about Point of View in fiction for this week’s Mind Meld. So many responses that the Mind Meld is broken into two parts. You can find Part 1 over here. My response, among others, can be found […]

I’m part of today’s Mind-Meld over at SF Signal

Today’s Mind Meld at SF Signal asks, “What are the most interesting books in your to-read pile?” You can find my answer there, as well as answers from Patrick Hester, Charles Tan, Paul Weimer, Derek Johnson, Larry Ketchersid, Jessica Strider, Matt Cadin, John H. Stevens, and Fred Kiesche (whose list, in length, puts the rest […]

My interview with Nancy Fulda (@nancyfulda) is now available on SF Signal

While at the Nebula Weekend, I finally had a chance to meet fellow-Codexian, and Hugo- and Nebula-nominated writer, Nancy Fulda, in person. We sat down to chat about her award-nominated story, “Movement” and other things. You can find the interview over at SF Signal.