Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Archive for July, 2009

Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Employees Part One

The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Employees Part One Kristine Kathryn Rusch Really, this section shouldn’t be titled “Employees.” It should be titled “People You Hire To Do Stuff For You.” But that’s too long and a little too wordy, even if it is accurate. You see, the word “employee” has a specific meaning in the culture […]

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E-Male in Two of the Deadliest

My mystery story, “E-Male,” has just appeared in Two of the Deadliest, edited by Elizabeth George. Lots of great writers in here. I’m ordering a reading copy so I don’t mar the one that goes on my shelf. If you want one, order here. Send to Kindle

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May 2009 Recommended Reading List

  Didn’t post this in June due to computer malfunction.  So here’s May’s list, better late than never.   Not a lot on this list since this month has been exceedingly busy.  I taught a workshop and read a mountain of book proposals (Note to editors out there:  Beware—good writing ahead lurks in your mail).  […]

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