Go check out my review of Clarkesworld #125 here. Continue reading Clarkesworld #125 Review
People who know me personally know I am a musician by training—specifically a composer and conductor—though now an author by choice. I woke this morning fully intending to dive back into the fourth draft of my latest novel, but the last week still weighs heavy on my psyche. That was my annual trek to San Antonio for the Texas Music Educators Association convention—a meeting which is still the largest of its kind in the world. There musicians from all over the state (all over the world, actually) get to meet, discuss, listen to amazing performances of ensembles both amateur and professional, and recharge their creative batteries for the remaining push through the school year.
I attended, not as an author or blogger, but as just another musician, ready to learn and be entertained. Both these goals were fulfilled, but not in the manner I intended. Instead of being thrilled by great musical performance from the various bands and orchestras, I was subjected to the further Mackification of the music scene.
Go here to check out my latest review of Shimmer #34. As usual, no punches are pulled… Continue reading Review–Shimmer #34, November/December 2016
My latest anthology review is up at Tangent Online. Go take a look… Continue reading Anthology Review – Unidentified Funny Objects 5
Go to TangentOnline.com to see my latest review. I try to be nice, really I do… Stories reviewed: “The Warrior … Continue reading Review–Apex #88, September 2016
Head on over to Tangent Online for my latest review of Fantasy & Science Fiction. A couple or three of … Continue reading Review–F&SF Sept./Oct. 2016
2016 HUGO AWARD FOR BEST SHORT STORY… “Cat Pictures Please” by Naomi Kritzer (Clarkesworld, January 2015) which I reviewed here … Continue reading Congratulations to Naomi Kritzer!