Find To Labor No More at iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Google Play Books, Smashwords, Kobo, and maybe a few others I haven't thought of. The robot worker, it's a-comin. Automation, though we seldom think of it now, has already taken quite a few jobs that once were taken for granted. The elevator operator used to control... Continue Reading →
Change The Past I wish great-great-great-grandfather were less racist. I'll sneak in, edit his source code.
Recently, I got hold of a copy of Year's Best SF 17 from 2012. I'm about halfway through it. Judith Moffett's The Middle Of Somewhere brought up some old thoughts from the venerable 'genre wars' --- the eternal debate as to what constitutes a science fiction story, a speculative fiction story, fantasy, mainstream fiction, literary fiction, and...... Continue Reading →
When I started writing again---I played with writing short stories as a teen and young adult and didn't return to it seriously until very recently, around 40---I figured I'd write a bunch of science fiction. Real sci-fi-y sci-fi. You know, alien empires and planet-detonating death rays, that sort of stuff. I like reading space opera... Continue Reading →