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… and I’m exceedingly pleased to say that mine, Of Sorrow and Such, which returns to the world of Sourdough to check on one of my favourite characters, Patience Sykes, is one of them!
There are also works by KJ Parker, Seanan McGuire, Daniel Polansky,
This is a great noise-pod – one day, Virginia, you too may earn yourself a writing assistant! No, you may not use them to send flowers to your mum or buy tasteless apology scarves for your wife/husband.
One of the things I spoke to the One Book Many Brisbanes mentees about last weekend was the importance of learning how to do a reading in public. Things like practice, realising that what looks lovely on the page doesn’t
Y’all know how I like writerly wisdom. Here the lovely Mary Robinette Kowal gives signing lessons!
Debut Author Lessons: 10 things about signing books
One of the ways that an author connects to the reader is by signing books. Here are some of the things that I’ve learned about signing things — not having a signing event, but the actual act of
Mary’s first novel, Shades of Milk and Honey, the fantasy novel Jane Austen should have written, was released into the wild this year (via the good graces of Tor and the lovely
Yes, I’m behind (as always – why do you look so surprised?), but below’s the list of the 2010 Locus Awards Finalists. Some great names there (very happy to see Mary Robinette Kowal there!), but what I’m really looking forward to is the showdown between Mieville’s The City & The City and VanderMeer’s Finch … I have it on good authority there
… eligible for the Campbell http://www.writertopia.com/awards/campbell
This is the awesome Mary Robinette Kowal receiving the award – in her glorious vintage dress – in 2008
There is voting required, it seems, and requirements for voting so check things out on the website … should you feel so inclined :-).
The talented and funny Mary Robinette Kowal has this to say about Evil Queens in Fantasy (a much maligned breed!) http://blogs.amctv.com/scifi-scanner/2009/04/evil-fantasy-queens.php