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Next weekend is my first convention of the year! I’m looking forward to going back to FogCon in Walnut Creek, California. Friday afternoon at 3 pm, I’ll be joining Vylar Kaftan, Tina LeCount Myers, and Tyler Hayes to talk about … Continue reading →
My home life is still…complicated. My kid’s headaches are still out of control and the weeklong treatment at UCSF in January only seems to have made things worse. Getting away to FogCon last weekend was the first break I’ve had … Continue reading →
In the last week, I’ve been offered a Headstone of the Week feature at Legacy.com, invited to speak to a class called Over My Dead Body at the California College of the Arts, interviewed about 199 Cemeteries to See Before … Continue reading →
I’m joining Rebecca Gomez Farrell to celebrate the release of her first book on Saturday, August 26 at 4 p.m. It’s my first visit to the Octopus Literary Salon at 2101 Webster St @ 22nd, Oakland, California 94612. Octopus has food, … Continue reading →
I love to read from my books in public. I love the silence that descends as the audience grows rapt. More than that, I love to hear the crowd react to my words, noting when they gasp or if they … Continue reading →