Monthly Archives: October 2007
Me, today First day of snow in Anchorage this year, though doesn’t look like it’ll last. Enough that I had to brush the snow off my car this morning, & take it real slow & easy driving to work. At … Continue reading
From Kadu’s point of view: what she lives with, having killed a man to effect her escape from her greatest enemy. This is a new writing based on an original narrative account written for a collaboration with a friend. Which, who knows, one day we may get back to.
S10 test. Chugach Mountains, 10x zoom. The reset continues, with a little help from my PFD. This pic represents part of that: a new camera, a Nikon Coolpix S10, that arrived yesterday — still learning my way around it, obviously, … Continue reading
This is the poem, written in 1995, mentioned in the previous post. Spiritus Mundi From the hot core of the planet come these rocks I bend to pick up near the railroad tracks and mud flats, green with algae at … Continue reading
A few notes about what terraforming is. A terraforming project on an extrasolar planet is the context of my SF novel-in-progress “Cold.”
In which I set up the private membership-only blog cold-brrr.blogspot.com for the writing of my 2007 NaNoWriMo SF novel “Cold.”