History professor Heather Cox Richardson is one of the nation’s leading experts on American political history and the Republican Party in particular. While she is aware of, and appalled and frightened by, evidence of the President’s apparent plans to steal the election, she is adamant that opportunities still exist to save the situation. Read every […]
On his fiction review page Quick Sip Reviews, Charles Payseur posts a flattering and thought-provoking review of my story “Laws of Impermanence” in Uncanny Magazine. There are things about this review that I like even better than the story. 😉
There’ve been some discussions involving an SFF “canon” recently that have sent my busybrain on a whole bunch of related tangents. Bear with me. Whenever I plan a literature class, I’m heartbroken that there won’t be a time to assign all the works I’d like the students to be exposed to. It’s excruciating making the […]
Thank the Lord and little fishes! The publishing glitch has been resolved, and Anthems Outside Time and Other Strange Voices is now fully available (in both print and ebook form) on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound.org, BAM!, and elsewhere! If you’ve been waiting to order it, now’s the chance! (Pass it on.) (…In other news, […]
My guest post on The Big Idea (part of John Scalzi’s Whatever blog) went live today! You can see it here: https://whatever.scalzi.com/2020/07/16/the-big-idea-kenneth-schneyer/ Here, just for fun, is a pic of Scalzi & me at a con four or five years ago:
Announcing a SCAVENGER HUNT for Anthems Outside Time and Other Strange Voices! The questions below can mostly be answered by reading the stories in the collection plus the author’s notes – although some might require a few minutes’ search-engine research too, unless you’ve a head stuffed full of trivia. The first person to get all […]
There will be an online launch party and reading for my new collection, Anthems Outside Time and Other Strange Voices, this coming Thursday, July 16, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time! There will be Q&A for those watching live. My dear friend Liz Argall, who co-wrote one of the stories in the collection, will serve as […]
As some of you know, I’m married to Janice Okoomian, Ph.D., a professor of English and Gender & Women’s Studies at Rhode Island College. The Armenian Mirror-Spectator just published her insightful article, “Armenian Americans and the Construction of Whitness”. Link to the article here: https://mirrorspectator.com/2020/07/06/armenian-americans-and-the-construction-of-whiteness/
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