A Lovely Review
Review

A Lovely Review

And not one I wrote, but rather written on Vulcan’s Kittens by Margot St. Aubin, who gave a fascinating perspective to my work that I hadn’t even fully acknowledged while writing it. I’m not Catholic, but my background is deeply religious, and I’m certain that C.S. Lewis’s Narnia lent a lot to my writing, especially … Continue reading

Young Science Fiction
caregiver / childhood / family / fiction / motherhood / mythology / parenting / reading / science fiction / writing

Young Science Fiction

I’m working on a short story today, about a boy and his dog… and the boy’s spaceship. Then Dave Freer posted this: Zamzummims, where he laments the loss of Science Fiction Giants in the world of the young. We need writers who can give our children wonder, adventure, and a solid science in their fiction. … Continue reading

Pressing Restart
fiction / writing

Pressing Restart

I’m trying to get my writing restarted after the move. This morning I had an amusing moment when I opened my email and found that Amazon was recommending Vulcan’s Kittens to me as something I might enjoying buying. I went on to read Sarah Hoyt’s ongoing series about a novel in 13 weeks, which if … Continue reading