In case you missed it…Venom’s my homie…

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I had a great time at WorldCon 2015 held in Sasquan, Filled with amazing writers and enough tense moments for a decade, I watched the most amazing costumes at the Masquerade. You can check out all of the winners of the Hugos and the amazing costumes at Olav Rokne‘s site: Love, Venom.  

Our First Review! From Publisher’s Weekly.

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 The SEA Is Ours: Tales from Steampunk Southeast Asia Edited by Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng. Rosarium (rosarium- publishing.com), $15.95 trade paper (270p) ISBN 978-1-4956-0756-1  The tropes and trappings of steampunk alternate history bind together this exciting anthology of stories set in and inspired by the broadly defined region of Southeast Asia (SEA). The editors […]

“Seashell” Nominated for Sundress Award!

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My short story, “The Seashell” has been nominated for the “2015 Sundress Best of the Net Anthology!” Who would have thought. This was actually my first story to be “published” this year. I spent the entire year working my tush off writing story upon story (one of which went through forty rewrites) to try to […]

Drunk AIs LOVE me!

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Thank you, thank you beloved fans. I wish I could approve all the wonderful comments I’ve been getting on my various post since I launched my website about two weeks ago…but my conscious won’t let me. Instead, let me just post some of the comments I’ve been getting from AIs that go out, apparently get […]

Goblin on a steampunk angle

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Been taking time to enjoy a select few of the authors noted on this year’s (controversial) Hugos. I started with The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison. Since I don’t have time to actually crack open a book and read ‘ol skool style – I bought an audio version.

Wah the Hugos! Wah Wah!

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This is my first year participating in WorldCon and even voting for the Hugos. It seems mired in a lot of politics and scandal – the majority of which I will not go into because Wesley Chu does a fine job of doing it for me: