Assumptions

It’s Always Been Awful Under the Boot: On the Fatigue of Everyday Horror

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015

In May of 1921, a group of vigilantes burned down a wealthy community in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the course of about 16 hours. More than 800 people were admitted to local hospitals and...

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The F Word

Thoughts on That Controversial Awards Announcement…

Posted by on Apr 5, 2015

So, that Tiptree list, amirite? (what, you thought there was another awards announcement I was interested in talking about? Silly rabbit!) I had a few people ask why MIRROR EMPIRE...

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The Writing Life

On Internet “Bravery”: This is not Nazi-Occupied France, Folks

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015

My grandmother grew up in Nazi-occupied France. When she was nineteen, she and her friends found a Nazi boot containing a severed human leg while walking along the river. For every...

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Bookery

Books I Read on my Twitter Vacation

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015

My to-be-read pile is a thing of wonder, as my voracious need to own all the books will never keep up with my pace of reading all the books. At any rate, taking a Twitter vacation...

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Recent Posts

Why I Don’t Generally Boycott Conventions

Why I Don’t Generally Boycott Conventions

Mar 31, 2015

Most people know I not only check the woman box on forms, but I’m not exactly the straightest arrow in the quiver (I know! Shocker!). I’m often known for angry, loud feminist rants online. So why is it, then, that when people loudly declare that they won’t attend conventions with harassment policies, or that they are no longer going to...

Writing Income Timeline: The Long Game

Writing Income Timeline: The Long Game

Mar 31, 2015

Now that the year’s taxes are done, it’s time to play the yearly “How much I made writing fiction last year game! I’ve written before about how fiction earnings have made up about 12-15% of my yearly income in times past. Since I know you all love these graph posts, here’s a nice neat graph of how much I’ve made in fiction...

What I Did on my Twitter Vacation

What I Did on my Twitter Vacation

Mar 30, 2015

It’s amazing how much you get done when you’re not on social media. Here’s what’s been happening. STORY SALE I have a new short story in Jonathan Strahan’s upcoming Meeting Infinity anthology, which has a fabulous Table of Contents. The story is called “Body Politic” and it’s dark and weird, as you’d expect...

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