Monthly archives 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 […]

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

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).  […]

Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Money, Part 7

< The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Money, Part Seven Kristine Kathryn Rusch It’s nice to be back in my office in the middle of the afternoon, which this space is designed for. The light is better and I’m not groggy, which always makes writing more fun. Last week, I figured I could cover billing in a […]

Defect in the New Space Opera 2

  My story, “Defect,” has just appeared in The New Space Opera 2.  Lots of good writers in this book.  (I can hardly wait to read my copy.)  You can buy one here. Send to Kindle


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