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Jan. 22nd, 2009

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veritas nos liberabit

CW 2008 Classmate Kristin Janz made the recommended reading list for the Nebula 2008 pre-ballot for her short story "Veritas Nos Liberabit".

It's a great story, I adore Kristin, and I am so incredibly proud of her, and her fabulous story.

See this? I'm beaming. Totally beaming.

Dec. 27th, 2008

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The David Gemmell Legend Award for Fantasy

is currently involved in the voting process. I would like to encourage anyone who has had the opportunity to read Peter V. Brett's The Painted Man (or The Warded Man in the U.S.) and enjoyed it to go to the Gemmell award site and vote. (For Peat, of course ;).)
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Dec. 17th, 2008

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Carlton Mellick III's "Candy-Coated"

is now being pimped at BoingBoing by Cory Doctorow. Did I not tell you this was good stuff? I'm telling you, CM3 writes rocking stories! AND he's an amazing live performer.

Dec. 10th, 2008

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kelly link does it again

We all know that Kelly Link's Stranger Things Happen is up on-line under a Creative Commons license, right?

Well, it gets better. She's now put Magic for Beginners up under the same license in celebration of the publication of her first YA collection, Pretty Monsters.

More about Pretty Monsters to follow.

Dec. 5th, 2008

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4Emphasis

Need a web page? Need an already existing one spruced up? How about uniquely designed business cards? Check out Caren Gussoff Sumption and Chris Sumption's 4Emphasis. They do all this and more. You will not be sorry.
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Sep. 22nd, 2008

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heroes at tor

The gorgeous and extremely talented Theresa DeLucci writes about Heroes over at the new Tor.com.

She may turn me into a TV watcher yet. ;)
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Sep. 19th, 2008

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TLAPD 2008

Avast, maties!

To celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day, Shimmerzine has posted their pirate issue on-line.

It's wonderful reading. I strongly encourage you to specifically check out Rajan Khanna's "The Furies". It's a powerful story and he's a fantastic writer.