The Science Fiction Worldcon was in Yokohama, Japan, about a decade ago. I attended, as a panelist and a pro, partly because it was a chance to experience Japan, something…Continue readingA city named Hiroshima
At a SF/Fantasy convention several years ago I was on a a panel that explored what a professional (writer, artist, editor, agent…) actually DOES at a convention, how they might…Continue readingPros at Cons
Vending machines for short stories(Photo: AFP) It is now possible to read stories that can be consumed in however much time you’ve got to kill. The ‘three minute’ format, for…Continue readingFree stories?
Washington Square North, Nov. 2, 2013. At Slate, David Rosenberg offers proof that New Yorkers will read absolutely anywhere by examing the work of photographer Lawrence Schwartzwald, who started a…Continue readingThey read WHERE?