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Wings of Creation Mass Market

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Wings of Creation can now be pre-ordered in Mass Market paperback edition.

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Westward Weird Now Available

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Westward Weird is now available — my first published ghost story

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I’ll be reading from Mayan December in Olympia on Thursday night at the Timberland Regional Library in Olympia.  Love to see some of you there!  The snowpocalypse appears to have quieted, but it is still a cold and snowy landscape, at least around out house.  So if you do come, drive carefully!

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River Anthology Can Now be Ordered

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One of my favorite shorts, “My Grandfather’s River,” has been included in this beautiful new anthology named RIVER, edited by Alma Alexander and now available via Dark Quest Books.

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New Futurismic Column Posted: The Grand Lie

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Things can’t go on as they are.  I think that’s what the Occupy people are sensing, even if they aren’t very organized about it.  For my Futurismic column this month, I wrote a bit about what I call The Grand Lie.  Drop by and give it a read….

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A Good Speech….

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I am lucky enough to know one of the best technology futurists – Mark Anderson of SNS.  He runs the best conference I’ve ever attended:  FiRE, or the Future in Review (yes – it’s even better than science fiction cons).  But that’s a different topic.  He also publishes a newsletter, and a piece of that content was what he hoped would be the speech President Obama would deliver on the jobs issue.  That speech was so good that Mark was asked to make it more widely available. He complied; it’s posted on his blog, A Bright Fire.  It’s worth reading.

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In which I receive a precious birthday gift

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This is Raffy.  Raffy started out white and un-decorated, and KT the marvelous painted it with galaxies and stars and other bright splashes of multimedia color.  I believe – given the blond hair – that Raffy is supposed to be me clothed in imagination.

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In an Iron Cage

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In an Iron Cage now available at Amazon

This is a fun Steampunk anthology from Dark Quest Books.  My story is set in the Yucatan Peninsula, between the two time-lines of Mayan December.  Drop by and pick one up!  This is the ebook version, a print version will be out soon as well.

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Mayan Reading (Watching!): The Fountain

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One of the authors whose books I’ve been using for reference in this time period mention Darren Aronofsky’s movie “The Fountain” to me.  It really does seem to mirror the Mayan sense of time, and I liked it very much.  It’s part new age trip, part science fiction, and all love story, complete with some magical cinematography.  It’s very strange in a good way.

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