Category Archives: Field of Words
Back to writing, in collaboration with my Brisbane friend Sian and the assistance of author wrangler Rachel & author wrangler assistant Cuinn Cattledog. And, oh yeah, I’m blogging again too, did you notice? Continue reading
This was my halfway prize from my municipal liaisons for passing 25K words for NaNoWriMo last night.
The difference between interstellar space and a good cup of joe.
Writing science fiction (as opposed to science fantasy) requires research & reading. Here’s some of the spacy stuff I read, so that I can write spacy too.
In which I celebrate the imminent start of NaNoWriMo 2012 — & the resurrection of my writing life.
In which I channel my character Esti Gusev — or at least I channeled something. I.e., sometimes the hazards of space travel can come right down to Earth. (A la Neil F. Comin’s book The Hazards of Space Travel: A Tourist’s Guide).
Yesterday after I posted about publication of my story “Pushaway” to my Facebook wall, my friend Cyd told me that I have an author profile on Goodreads. And what is Goodreads? It’s “the largest site for readers and book recommendations … Continue reading
My story “Pushaway,” which tells the story of how my character Esti Gusev grew up in a toxic religious community on Mars, has now been published in the anthology Subversion: Science Fiction & Fantasy Tales of Challenging the Norm, edited by Bart Leib.
Does Anyone Beat Your Heart for You by Melissa S. Green | crossposted at Bent Alaska does anyone beat your heart for you — oh yes I know there are some who will quicken it or slow it at their … Continue reading
I feel like talking about the Book of Job again, because (1) I’ll be giving a talk that starts out with my Job poem “Sermon” next month & (2) I’m reading a lot of old emails about a particularly Job-relevant period of my life.