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I just received a proof copy of The Merchants of Zion in the mail. It looks pretty good I think!
Until Sunday, The Furies of Mars is free. It’s about an astronaut stranded alone on Mars, and while it isn’t post-apocalyptic per se, it does touch on similar themes and concerns. Go read it! And if you like it, please … Continue reading
2015 will be the Year of Publishing, and the Year of Blogging, I declare. Unz writer and PhD student Razib Khan has an editorial in the New York Times. It boils down to this: women have the most extreme views … Continue reading
A Key West Horror Story is available for free on Amazon until Sunday. Go download it.
Since moving to Nashville, I’ve tried to get into country music, relying largely on suggestions from the music threads of Lawyers, Guns, & Money. Drive-by Truckers have a song, “Puttin’ People on the Moon,”with the lyrics: Mary Alice got cancer … Continue reading
We went to the Nashville rally for Ferguson and Michael Brown. There were over a hundred people there. Most of speakers spent their time tut-tutting each other about black/white stuff, from all viewpoints. I was glad to see more than … Continue reading
Buy my fiction. Or let me me proofread/edit your book, paper or grant. More money from those means less dayjobbing, and more blogging.
I have to say, I am digging the New Yorker’s new website. And, as far as I can tell, they have gotten rid of comments. It must have been my tweet that did it. How does The @NewYorker have such consistently bad … Continue reading