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I’ve known Emmy a couple of years and count her as a role model. She is one of those people who lifts everyone around her up. She’s also relentlessly creative: writing stories, editing books, making crafts, setting up author events. … Continue reading →
Last month at the Nebula Conference, I had the honor of filling an hour of Fran Wilde’s time with questions about everything from how to celebrate successes in a writing career (her rewards sometimes involve socks) to the minutiae of … Continue reading →
Tiffanie Shaw — one half of Kaylie Lanshaw — is a member of the Flint Area Writers, the writers group that taught me to write when I lived in Michigan. I met her at a book signing at Barnes & … Continue reading →
I think I met Kathryn Sullivan at the Broad Universe Really Fast Reading in Kansas City, but I heard her work for the first time in Spokane at the 2015 WorldCon. She’s one of my sisters in Broad Universe, an international nonprofit … Continue reading →
A. L. Kaplan is another of my sisters in Broad Universe, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and editors in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other speculative genres. A. L. Kaplan’s love of books … Continue reading →