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Monthly Archives: January 2014
A couple of years and change ago, I shared the story of a government raid on the Nashville factory of Gibson, the guitar company famous for such iconic instruments as the Les Paul, SG, and Flying V. The purported reason … Continue reading
So, I’m off work today, as I was yesterday, and the Mondettes are home as well, all due to the arrival of DeathSnow 2K14. Although conditions in Mondoville were less dire than many anticipated — I went out to the … Continue reading
Last night I did a solo reading on campus — really, my first Broken Glass Waltzes-related reading. Publicity took the form of e-mails and posters, along with at least one professor bribing her kids with extra credit (I didn’t do that; … Continue reading
Rahul Kanakia is an SF writer in an MFA program at Johns Hopkins, and in a recent blogpost, he contrasts the people and attitudes he has seen in creative writing workshops in academia and in genreland (e.g., Clarion). And as … Continue reading
In the course of a conversation with the Spawn, the subject of why Lady MacBeth is evil came up. This led to my saying that one of the nice things about Shakespeare is that sometimes (as it is in life) characters … Continue reading
Details continue to emerge about the murder of a TA by a colleague at Purdue University yesterday. At this point, the pattern is all too familiar — the candlelight vigils, moments of silence, and the rest. However, I ran across … Continue reading