I write a column for Jim Baen’s Universe called “Notes From the Buffer Zone,” and the latest went up earlier this month. I somehow missed it. Also, the first in a series of related fantasy stories makes its appearance in the August JBU. “The Blitz Experience” is the first of four (which you can read separately) that will appear in JBU before the magazine goes […]
I couldn’t make it to Worldcon this year, so Asimov’s kindly sent my award this month. Here I am, showing it off in my office, the uninterested Sir Galahad of Kitten behind me. Such fun! Thanks to everyone who voted for “The Room of Lost Souls.” Much appreciated!
Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Patience Kristine Kathryn Rusch Full disclosure time: I have no patience. Or very little patience. I do a good imitation of a person with patience in public, but in my everyday life, I have no idea why everything I want isn’t here the moment I want it. I do understand the irony of me writing a […]
Dean just posted our writers workshop schedule for 2010 on his website. There are a lot of workshops for beginnings, professionals, and master level writers. Check that out here. We also have one more workshop open to anyone in 2009. If you want to get into publishing–fiction or nonfiction–or if you are in publishing but can’t see the overall picture of the industry (and how […]
Mike Resnick asked me to write the introduction to his latest collection, Dreamwish Beasts and Snarks. The volume just came out, and it has some of his best stories inside. You can order a copy here–and I recommend that you do!
I’m still behind on my posting. This should be July, but I haven’t finished preparing it for uploading. I hoped to have June up a month ago. Ah well. Here’s what I wrote at the end of June: Another strangely busy month, but I got a lot more reading done—and it was good reading. Some months it hasn’t been. In fact, as a reading month, […]
My story, “Discovery,” has been nominated for the Shamus award, given by the Private Eye Writers of America at Bouchercon. To say I’m thrilled is an understatement. You can see the entire list of nominees here. Some excellent books and stories on here, folks. Congrats to all the nominees!
Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Deadlines Kristine Kathryn Rusch Here’s the problem with waiting until the last minute to do something: the day arrives and it is the worst possible day to do that thing. Take today, for example. I have a migraine, I didn’t sleep much, it’s the hottest day of the year so far, and we’re still moving. In […]
John DeNardo asked me to participate in his MindMeld column. This one’s on social media, and it has a lot of interesting folks making interesting points. The specific question is how will social networking change publishing? We all grabbed our crystal balls and tried to answer. Now I’ll use my social networking connections to let you all know about it. LOL! Check it out here.
Asimov’s has just published my novella, “Broken Windchimes,” in its September issue. The lovely John Picacio cover is for Lisa Goldstein’s story. You can order a copy here or download it here.