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At Worldcon in Spokane This Weekend

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

This weekend I’m at Sasquan, Worldcon in Spokane, Washington.

I’m on panels about magazines and worldbuilding, and I’ll be attending the Hugos for BCS‘s nomination for Best Semiprozine.

If you see me in the halls or the parties, say hello!


Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Here’s the audio mixer window for the final version of this week’s BCS podcast, a large-cast reading in honor of our 150th episode.

The story is by Bill Powell; featuring the narratorial talents of Michael J DeLuca, Tina Connolly, Bill Powell, and myself. It’s called “The Punctuality Machine, Or, A Steampunk Libretto,” a stage play featuring recitations and spoken songs (!) and two separate choruses (!). Look for it on Thursday!

Beneath Ceaseless Pies!

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Pie, beer, literary adventure fantasy, chemistry, the human heart in conflict with itself, and much much more in my friend and BCS author Fran Wilde’s latest episode of her podcast Cooking The Books, on me and Beneath Ceaseless Skies!

At Boskone This Weekend

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

I’m at at Boskone, one of the long-running Boston-area F/SF conventions, this weekend. (Weather permitting!).

I’m on three panels, one dealing with a subject that I love–stories told through documents–and two others dealing with online magazines or podcasting:

  • Great Podcasts and Where to Find Them (Sat 3pm): Panelists discuss some of their favorite podcasts, sites, and stories. (One of my favs being BCS 100: Boat in Shadows, Crossing” by Tori Truslow.)
  • From Pixels to Print: The Challenges of Running a Magazine (Sat 4PM): Funding, staffing, and managing your organization, and then printing (or enpixeling), distributing, and publicizing your precious products.

I also have a reading Friday at 9:00 pm, where I will probably read some of my Clark Ashton Smith pastiche.

Other than that, I’ll be wandering the halls with plenty of BCS flyers and postcards, in the bar, or trawling the party floor.  Feel free to say hello!