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Myke Cole on PTSD, Gay Rights and Military Fantasy

My weekly (for now) series of interviews from Phoenix Comicon continues with Myke Cole. The Iraq War veteran and Coast Guard reservist is the author of the “Shadow Ops” trilogy of military fantasy novels (he describes them as X-Men meets … Continue reading

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And That’s a Wrap

Phoenix Comicon 2015 is done, my feet and back are recovered and I’m starting to get caught up on my writing. Time to start reflecting on what went wrong this year, what went right and what we’re going to do … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans of Comicon Attendees…

Well, today started out with big plans. That uniformly fell apart. Such is the way of Con Time. Distractions arise, appointments are double-booked, hangovers, crowds… In short, schedules have to be flexible. And unfortunately, while pulling double duty I didn’t … Continue reading

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Halfway Through the Busiest Five Days of My Blogging Life

I’ve survived two days, but the worst is still coming. I’ve managed to see no panels, see no TV stars and barely seen the exhibit hall. And I’ve had the time of my life.

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Ann Leckie on Hugos, pronouns and Genitalia Festivals

So another reason why I have been slow to post lately has been the volume of freelance interviews I’ve been doing lately. Like talking to the current queen of space opera, Ann Leckie. Squee! In a recent interview for AZCentral, Leckie, … Continue reading

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