The West Wing Marathon

Every time we have a Presidential election, I find myself drawn back to a favorite show: The West Wing. I’ve found that it’s a nice reprieve from the ongoing presidential primaries, debates and mud-slinging, but I also find that I’ve been approaching the show in different ways each time. The first time I really sat … More The West Wing Marathon

The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Gardner Dozois

One of the first science fiction books that I ever bought was one edited by Gardner Dozois, one of his Year’s Best Science Fiction collections (#18). I really loved anthologies early on (and still do), picking through and reading the summations of the prior year, and the fiction that made up the best of that year. … More The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Gardner Dozois

Destination: Venus

I have a new nonfiction article up on Clarkesworld Magazine, Destination: Venus, a followup to Destination: Mars from last year. Like the last post, it covers a topic that I’ve been getting more and more interested in: how did we discover the Solar System, and how did we interpret those findings? Science Fiction is the ideal … More Destination: Venus

PSA: Facebook Page

For a while now, I’ve been feeling guilty about the number of links I’ve been foisting on friends on Facebook – it’s increased as I’ve taken on more freelance work. To alleviate this, I’ve set up a personal page, which will feature all of the things that I’ve been writing, and other SF/Writing type links … More PSA: Facebook Page