I will be on the following panels:
Indistinguishable from Magic: SF or Fantasy?
Fri 1:00 PM
Hero’s Quest and Other Story Structures
Fri 2:30 PM
Writing Optimism in a Dark Age
Fri 7:00 PM
Authors Who Read
Sat 10:00 AM
Chicago-SF Book Club – We’re discussing European Travels for the Monstrous Gentlewoman, another of Theodora Goss’s delightful romps through Victorian gothic literature.
Sat 2:30 PM
A personal essay about my grandfather is now the featured essay on www.bioStories.com. It will be in the archives if it’s not longer the featured essay when you look. Enjoy!
I am now looking for a new agent since the Grayson Literary Agency closed, and I have a new book. The novel is called Velocity Blues and it’s a fast paced, SF, suspense, radical trip.
I completed my MFA in creative writing at Stonecoast (The University of Southern Maine) in January, 2018.
At least I’ve completed a 4th or 5th draft of said novel. It’s feeling done.
This one is also my MFA Thesis. I’ll be finishing my MFA in January.
I’m now a year into getting my MFA in Creative Writing from Stonecoast at the University of Southern Maine — A truly amazing experience.
One of my favorite stories, “The Shooting Gallery,” has been published in the September 2016 issue of Mystery Weekly. The cover photo is from that story. They did a great job of presenting it. Mystery Weekly Website.
Grand Mal Press free book for a review of Walking Shadow in March
I will be at Capricon (a local Chicago area SF/Fantasy convention) 2/06/2014 to 2/09/2014. I will be on a few panels as follows:
Is Canon a Fading Concept – Friday, 02-07-2014 –
7:00 pm to 8:15 pm – Birch B (Programming)
The Short Story as Art Form – Saturday, 02-08-2014 –
10:00 am to 11:15 am – Birch B (Programming)
What’s Green, Seven Feet Tall, and Has Horns? – Sunday,
02-09-2014 – 10:00 am to 11:15 am – Ravinia A