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Spring Updating

Yes, spring is in full swing, but the thought of cleaning doesn’t quite appeal. Instead I thought I’d post an update on goings on since my last general blog post. Much of the new year has thus far been taken up with work on my new novel, a psychological thriller of sorts about Lady Godiva […]

Old and New

With 2011 winding down, I thought I’d spew a few thoughts before entering the new year… Back at the end of October, I attended the World Fantasy Convention in San Diego, where I was very happy to receive contributor copies of Allen K’s Inhuman Magazine #5.  The issue contains my story “The Lion of Orkahaugr,” […]

Midsummer Missive

With summer in full swelter, here are a few updates about recent items of note and upcoming fun… First, as reported in my last general blog post, the Historical Novel Society Conference in June was amazing; it continues to inspire me. I’ve updated the Gallery page of my website with a small sampling of my […]

Historical Novel Society Conference Recap

As the weekend comes to a close, this year’s Historical Novel Society conference has now itself become a part of history. But like those bygone eras we love to read about in novels, the weekend was full of moments I’ll revisit in the months to come as a source of ongoing inspiration. And that’s perhaps […]

Updates, Conventional and Unconventional

I hope folks have been enjoying the ZOUNDS! posts, which I’ve been managing to write with some degree of frequency.  It’s been a while since my last regular blog post, but I’ve finally got several items worth mentioning… First, on the convention front, two big updates. World Fantasy Convention: I’m happy to report that I […]

Convening in 2011

In past years, two of my favorite conventions have been Readercon and WisCon.  Unfortunately I’ll be missing both cons this year (one for the happy occasion of attending my sister’s wedding!), but I certainly plan to return to them in 2012. I will, however, be attending several conferences and conventions over the rest of the year, […]