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Posts Tagged 'readings'

  1. Capclave Schedule (Including the First Public Reading from “Geosynchron”)  • 
    This weekend, I'll be at the Capclave convention in Rockville, MD. Here's my schedule, including the first public reading from my upcoming novel "Geosynchron."
  2. My Capclave 2008 Schedule  • 
    If you're going to be attending this year's Capclave in Washington, DC (okay, technically it's in Rockville, MD), here's my schedule for the weekend.
  3. Balticon 42 Wrapup  • 
    Chaos and science fiction conventions go together like rum and Coke. Which makes Balticon 42 about 180 proof. But hey, just because Balticon was chaotic and organizationally challenged in places doesn't mean it wasn't fun.
  4. This Thursday: My Reading at the Library of Congress  • 
    My first science fiction short story has just been published, and if you’re in the Washington, DC area, you can see me read it at the Library of Congress this Thursday. The story is called “Mathralon,” and it’s available as part of The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two, edited by the incomparable […]
  5. “Infoquake” News: Baltimore/DC Readings Next Week, “Book of the Year” Review  • 
    The latest news on "Infoquake," including news about readings and new reviews.
  6. Infoquake News: More Interviews, Appearances, Forums  • 
    My novel Infoquake continues to gather momentum and make news. Here’s the latest: B&N Rave Review and Interview Now Online. Paul Goat Allen’s rave review of Infoquake (where he calls the book “one of the most impressive SF debuts to come along in years” and the author “the love child of Donald Trump and Vernor […]