Archive for August, 2011

What Do You Think…

…about me continuing to put up my old Analog short fiction? Frankly, it’s a pain in the ass. Either I pay somebody a lot of money per page (by my standards) to scan and copyedit the stories, or I dictate them via Dragon Naturally Speaking and then copyedit the transcriptions myself. Still, I’d sorta like […]

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“Bank Robbery” Is Now Up At Amazon As A .99 Cent E-Book – Epub Also Available

The title pretty much says it all, but here are the links. Amazon: Epub Format for Sony Reader, iBooks, and Nook: Click here to download Bank Robbery. As always, these editions are DRM-free.

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A Glimpse of What Is Coming Over the Next Horizon For Books (and Writers)

This drew a great deal of discussion over at Daily Pundit, but I thought it would work well here, too. Daily Pundit » Just As The Map Is Not the Territory, The Book Is Not the Story Boston Review — Richard Nash and Matt Runkle: Revaluing the Book Why do we think that a person […]

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Fantasy and SF Free on Kindle?

Amazon.com: Fantasy & Science Fiction, Free Exclusive Digest: Kindle Store: Spilogale Inc. Fantasy & Science Fiction, Free Exclusive Digest [Kindle Edition] by Spilogale Inc. I’m not entirely clear on what the caveat “Digest” actually entails, but I’m going to sign up for this deal anyway. F&SF published the first story of mine to see print […]

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Do You Like My New Header Graphic?

That’s Stockton Street in San Francisco’s Chinatown.  I used to live right up Russian Hill from there, and did a lot of shopping for fresh produce, and Chinese barbecue – pork, chicken, and duck – down on that street. I think that pic captures a lot of what I like about San Francisco, as well […]

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