Category Archives: Long Dark
This was my halfway prize from my municipal liaisons for passing 25K words for NaNoWriMo last night. Continue reading
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).
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.
I haven’t been writing many posts on Henkimaa lately, but I have been (1) writing on Bent Alaska; (2) organizing my writing; (3) writing; (4) thinking about writing posts on Henkimaa.
This excerpt from Rachel Meikäläinen’s Whole Numbers delves into the meaning of the word integrity.
How the main character of Mistress of Woodland became a philosophical forebear of my fictional Consensus society in Long Dark and Cold.