Monthly Archives: February 2012

Team Duin vs Team Belloc

This post originally appeared on the Contact – Infinite Futures SF blog on February 26, 2012. I love all of my characters, whether they’re heroes, villains, gamers, pub musicians or AI sims. I feel like a parent who refuses to … Continue reading

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My StellarCon 36 schedule

I will be on the following panels for STELLARCON 36 (March 2-4, 2012): Friday 7:00 PM – Steampunk Artwork and Costuming – A discussion on steampunk, what it means, and how to capture its spirit in costume or on canvas. … Continue reading

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News about StellarCon 36 and more steampunk

This week, the winner is… bronchitis! If you saw me a month ago at Illogicon, you’ll remember my lovely dry cough. It got worse, and eventually turned into an I’d-be-dead-by-now-if-this-was-a-Victorian-costume-drama deep, chest-rattling illness. My kids were sick, too, so I … Continue reading

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Be my sci-fi Valentine

Science fiction has been a part of my life from a very early age, and no doubt played in a role in shaping my early concepts about romance and the types of men I would eventually love. So I thought … Continue reading

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Get thee to a book editor

STELLARNET REBEL would not exist without Linda Cashdan. She is one half of The Word Process, a partnership of two published novelists and veteran journalists who provide developmental editing, manuscript editing, ghostwriting, and assistance with book proposals and query letters. … Continue reading

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