Monthly Archives: May 2016

My first WisCon

Tomorrow I’ll be going to Madison for my first WisCon. I’ve never been to Wisconsin before, so I’m really looking forward to it. Here is my schedule. It’s pretty loose, which means there is plenty of time to hang out and meet people.  I … Continue reading

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The Fatal Book

In 2005, the writers club I grew up in invited me to join them for a reading at the Borders Books in Flint, Michigan.  I was thrilled by the invitation.  This was the group to whom I first read my … Continue reading

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Martha Allard’s Black Light

Martha Allard and I started writing together decades ago. We’ve collaborated on short stories. I published her essays in Lend the Eye a Terrible Aspect and Death’s Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries. She published a faery tale of mine in Out of … Continue reading

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Borderlands hosts another Sponsors Open Mic

This Friday, May 20, Borderlands Bookstore celebrates its sponsors with another in its series of Sponsors’ Open Mics at 7:00 pm. From the Borderlands newsletter:  “Borderlands’ sponsors are an intelligent, talented, and diverse group of people, and many of them are writers! … Continue reading

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Reviewing on Goodreads

Goodreads wrote to tell me that I’m in the Top 1% of reviewers on their site. That seems weird to me. I’ve written fewer than 400 reviews there — 387, to be precise.  That doesn’t really seem like that many, … Continue reading

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