I haven’t finished my Hugo nominations yet–not even close. But I have been collecting links. There’s so much good stuff out there that it’s honestly pretty overwhelming. (A good problem to have, of course.) In the past I let that stop me from even thinking about participating in the nomination process, but you know what–it’s okay … Continue reading Last Minute Hugo Nominations Link Roundup
The first convention of the year for me is Gallifrey One in Los Angeles. It’s a Doctor Who convention, but it’s also kind of the Doctor Who convention, despite being a cozy, fan-run, American event. It’s not perfect, but it’s an amazing experience. Its superpower is the ability to make everyone, from guests to new fans, … Continue reading Convention Anticipation
In the last few days, Twitter’s been debating whether or not all writers need to take attend a writing workshop. For some, being able to attend is a privilege; for others, being able to find alternatives to attending is a privilege. If you’re thinking about it yourself, I’ve compiled a non-exhaustive list of English-language sff workshops and … Continue reading Writing Workshop Roundup 2016
(for introverts and others so [dis]inclined) Are you, like me, an introvert who wants to go do things? You know, conventions, book release parties, all those other things out in the “real world” where the sun and the trees and the other people live? Sometimes my wish to go do things and my wish to … Continue reading People Give Advice About Things: 70 WAYS TO ENJOY BIG EVENTS
We’ve cleared out the tabs that have been clogging up our browsers, and we’re sharing them with you. Links include thoughts on diversity panels, cool rocks, translation, and cosplay (over 30-40/while black/in hijab).