I have my first pair of new glasses since 2009. I can see leaves on trees! And freckles on the lovely person who helped fit my glasses! In other news, I am apparently nominated for four separate Locus awards in four separate Locus award categories: Novella, novelette, short story, and collection. All three of the [...]
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I’m thrilled that Range of Ghosts is the 2012 Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Epic Fantasy! The other SF/F category winners are John Scalzi and N. K. Jemisin. Yay books!
Range of Ghosts is a Tiptree Honor Book! And also the recipient of an awesome review over at A Dribble of Ink. This year’s Tiptree Award winners are: The Drowning Girl, a Memoir, by Caitlin R. Kiernan (my personal choice for the best SFF novel published last year!) and Ancient, Ancient by Kiini Ibura Salaam. [...]
I’ve been down with a stomach bug for a couple of days, which is no fun–it’s interfering with my attempt to return to climbing twice a week, for one thing. Still, I managed an 11 mile run last week, so it’s probably not a bad time for a little enforced rest. I’ll be skipping my [...]
So. I have survived Chicago and am safe back at my dear Mr. Lynch’s place in western Wisconsin. And as you may have heard by now, the SF Squeecast both did a live recording (with Sarah Monette and Jay Lake as guests) and won a Hugo. photo credit: tor.com I had an amazing con, despite [...]
First things first: It’s publication day for Chicks Dig Comic Books, edited by Lynne Thomas and Sigrid Ellis. Here’s a picture of my long-suffering, desperately-in-need-of-a-bath dog with a pile of awesome nonfiction on his back. The anthology includes “You’re on the Global Frequency,” my essay about how Warren Ellis wants you to save the world, [...]
I’m plugging away at Shattered Pillars (just got through a botched execution, and am on to an ironic death) and I’m pleased to share the news that The Sea Thy Mistress has been nominated as a science fiction novel for the Romantic Times Award. (I didn’t win that World Fantasy Award, alas, but I got [...]