Monthly Archives: January 2012

Tor and Military SF: Scalzi and Ringo? What about Haldeman?

In her post on Women in  Military SF over at Tor.Com, academic, frequent Tor blogger, and self-described “cranky feminist,” Liz Bourke, has this to say about women and race in Military SF: Military SF is, fundamentally, a politically conservative genre… the wild-eyed … Continue reading

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It’s Hugo Award and Campbell Award Nomination Time…

Don’t forget: the Hugo and John W. Campbell Awards are open for their nomination period. To nominate a work, you must have been a member of the last WorldCon (Reno), or you have to be a member of the 2012 … Continue reading

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Help me get some buzz going for Germline? Tor is running their Reader’s Choice Awards and the rules are loose, so you don’t just have to nominate one work for best novel, one for short story, etc. – you can … Continue reading

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Recap: Fiction Published in 2011

Looking back on 2011, it was the busiest year I’ve ever had. I wrote and submitted two books (the sequels to Germline), wrote and submitted I don’t know how many short stories, worked a full time job, and found the … Continue reading

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