Some things that have been on my mind, or recently escaped from it:
- I done been melded. SF Signal’s Mind Meld feature regularly surveys sf writers, editors, and agents on a different question each time. This week it’s If You Could Change Any Aspect of The Science Fiction Field, What Would it Be?” The answers covered a lot of ground, but I chose to opine on ebooks and dance the hate dance on DRM.
- I want my Sean Stewart. On the SF Novelists blog a few days ago, I wrote an open letter to Sean Stewart demanding that he stop working on ground-breaking interactive games and write new novels. I don’t think it’ll work, but dammit, I love his books, and nobody said bloggers have to be rational.
- Russians, however, want Georgia and Pandemonium. The Russian rights to the book sold weeks ago, evidently prompting them to invade countries that do not support new science fiction.
- Books are here! Del Rey sent my author’s copies, and they’re lovely to look at it. At WorldCon, Borderlands Bookstore owner Alan Beatts told me I’d won the cover lottery, and explained how the cover “read” very well from 10 feet away. So, let me give another shout out to Greg Ruth, the cover artist.
- You can get your own at the Book Launch Party. Come to Barnes & Noble of State College on Sunday, September 7, at 3pm, then over to my house for beer and chili — directions to the homestead will be distributied at the signing, or you can email me.
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