Writers, Artists, and the ACA

There’s a call to action farther down. If you’re already convinced that the ACA is important to keep, skip down for action steps. A lot of people are talking about the GOP and the new President-Elect’s likely actions on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as the ACA or Obamacare. I personally…

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Genrenauts Season One Collection

I’m very excited (like hovering over my chair excited) because today is a big landmark in my writing career. Today marks the result of countless hours of writing, planning, and promotion, as Genrenauts: The Complete Season One Collection releases to the world. If you’re coming here through random happenstance and haven’t about Genrenauts, it’s like Leverage meets…

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The New Landscape – Platforms, Crowd Funding, and More

Last November, I wrote a post called The New Landscape – Access, Discovery, and Media De-centralization. I’ve decided to call that essay the first in a series (The New Landscape), and today I want to take the topic in a new direction, jumping off of this point: Here’s what I see as the dominant progression for a creator…

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Nebulas Schedule

Hello all! This week, I’ll be traveling to Chicago for the Nebula Conference, put on by SFWA, the SF/F writers professional guild (I’ve been a proud member for basically my entire professional career). I wasn’t planning on attending the conference this year, but a SFWA faerie convinced me to attend and present on some programming. Therefore, I’m very excited…

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Genrenauts update

Hi everyone! I want to take a minute to talk about what’s next for Genrenauts. I’ve been very happy to partner with Tor.com Publishing for the first two Genrenauts novellas – The Shootout Solution and The Absconded Ambassador. We’ve also got “There Will Always Be a Max,” a Genrenauts short story, coming April 6th for free on…

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