Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Muse of Research: Math and Other Marvels (S. L. Huang)

One of the great pleasures of reading is hanging out with folks whose storytelling game is totally different from my own. S. L. Huang writes the action-packed adventures of a mathematical mercenary-superhero, Cas Russell, whose style of math and narration … Continue reading

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Muse of Research II: Food As World Building (Lev Mirov @thelionmachine)

One of the things that draws us inexorably into another world is the food. From Marcel Proust’s cookie that launched a million words to the favorite treats of space station dwellers thousands of years in the future, what we eat … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 26 June 2016 (WIP Ship’s Heart)

Each Sunday, Weekend Writing Warriors offers a selection of eight-sentence excerpts from writers in multiple genres and forms. Check out the full roster here. *** The refectory was another puzzle: bright and airy, as if there were no need to … Continue reading

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Midsummer Update – Poetry Debut

Today my poem “Just So Story (The Four Faces of Luck)” was published in Liminality’s Summer 2016 issue. This poem is one of a group that has come out of world building for the universe of my novels Ship’s Heart, Inside … Continue reading

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