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ARISIA 2014, day one

ARISIA, the Boston sci-fi/fantasy con in January, kicked off yesterday at 3 PM, though things don’t really start to roll until after 5. Because E.J. Barnes, whose illustrations you’ve seen on my blog, is selling some of her art there, … Continue reading

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Back to ARISIA

So I’m off to ARISIA 2014, which bills itself as “New England’s largest and most diverse science fiction and fantasy convention.” As you might recall, I made up a┬áDragon Lady t-shirt before going last year. It got zero attention, which … Continue reading

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Panzers and plodders: Lessons in writing, part 1

They’re the two types of writers. Didn’t know that? Neither did I. Found this out when I was at Arisia, the Boston sci-fi/fantasy convention in January. You see, my hearing, like James Thurber’s eyesight, sometimes plays tricks on me. I … Continue reading

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Review: Timepiece by Heather Albano

It’s time for another book review, and like the last one, this one will tackle the book from a prospective author’s perspective. Like the book in the previous review, I picked this one up almost by chance. I was at … Continue reading

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After the convention, a prospective writer’s report

Yours truly went to Boston’s four-day sci-fi/fantasy convention, Arisia, this weekend. I did it partly as a fan, but mostly as a prospective writer (i.e., someone who wants to actually make some money and get some recognition for writing). My … Continue reading

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