This weekend is the next Tucson Festival of Books! After six years, it’s hard to believe this event hasn’t been part of Tucson forever. I’ll be there this Sunday, signing
When it comes to picture books, not understanding the natural world inevitably leads to tragedy. Millions of Cats by Wanda Gág A cautionary tale about the dangers of relocating wildlife.
My review of Goodnight Moon, as posted to Goodreads: A heartbreakingly spare story about the heat death of the universe. One by one the things of the world are bid
So. There’s a trailer online for The Force Awakens, aka Star Wars episode VII. And I have thoughts. (ETA: Here’s the first full trailer. The thoughts below are–more or less–nchanged
CAPITOL CITY (PANEM) — Capitol University sophomore Jayden Sanderson studies a 3D simulation of a lush forest. He zooms in on a river that flows placidly through the trees. “There.”
As many of you know, my first sale was to one of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover anthologies, and that sale gave me my first glimmer of hope that I could
So on the livejournal version of last week’s post about the hard-to-define magic-y mythic-y lyrical fantasy genre, the subject of books that have this feeling without being fantastical came up.
So, there’s a certain kind of book I’m always on the lookout for. It’s not the only kind of book I’m on the lookout for, but it is the kind
(I’m behind on actually sharing my reading thoughts here, but do post more regularly on Goodreads as I read.) I first read Pen Pal on the author’s blog, where it
Books Read in 2013: 1. The Planet Savers, Marion Zimmer Bradley (start of a Darkover reread that I never quite finished) 2. Arrow, R.J. Anderson 3. Sword of Aldones, Marion