Monthly Archives: March 2016

Odds and Ends

I owe you all a post (or two) about FOGCon, the East Bay’s charming literary SFF convention. Here, at least, is a link to the website. The con is not large, the focus is largely literary, the hotel staff are … Continue reading

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FOGCon, Before Registration

There is no fridge in my hotel room. How can this be? Oh, yes there is. I forgot that the Marriott disguises its room-fridges as… other ¬†things. But why disguise them? Probably to add a sense of elegance… but I’d¬†rather … Continue reading

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Hard Right

Here is a story I had a lot of fun writing. Ultimately, it’s not a successful story. I think the idea isn’t strong enough to carry the action — and I think the writing is clunky. And then there’s the … Continue reading

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The Writing Retreat

We did our share of tourist-tripping and still managed to get writing done. Margaret and I managed to write, at least a little (she got more done than I did) each morning. Much of my writing was revision. I had … Continue reading

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