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My Nebula-Eligible Stories (One in Particular)

As I do every year, I’m listing my stories from 2013 that will be eligible for the Nebula Award. This year, however, I’m going to highlight one particular story, for reasons noted below. Highlighted story: “Selected Program Notes from the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer”, which appears in both […]

Time Travel and Narcissism

I am inordinately fond of time travel stories. I’ve published a few of my own, (see, e.g., (“Liza’s Home”, “Conflagration” and “The Never Fair”), and long argued that their juxtaposition and confusion of memory and expectation allow for a kind of emotional resonance you can’t achieve anywhere else. Tell me […]

SFF Podcasts

I listen to a lot of audio fiction. My commute is only about 20 minutes each way, but it’s astonishing how much you can get through over time. Moby Dick, for example, and Crime and Punishment, and most of the Ender series, and all of Lord of the Rings with […]

Narrative of a Beast’s Life

I really should write more reviews. I read a lot, and have opinions about everything, and I have a lot of praise to bestow. Time, time is the issue. I’ll eventually getting around to posting some comments about the Nebula nominees I voted for, anyway. But as for now: Just […]