Posts Tagged ‘norwescon’

My Norwescon Schedule

Tomorrow is April 13, so if you’re in the Seattle area, that means Norwescon is here again!

I hope to see new friends and old over the next few days. If you get a chance to drop by my reading, it will be on Saturday at noon (Cascade 2). I’ll read from my upcoming book, At the Table of Wolves.

Also, I’ll be at these panels: Read More…

Opt Out Or Fight Back?

I don’t often rant, but here’s one that gets to me: When self-appointed cultural caretakers continue this simplistic and tedious snobbery about science fiction. You know what I mean. Critics who still think of science fiction in terms of the Star Trek of decades ago or make an immediate association with bad films and some of the drek that gets published in our genre.

Authors like John Updike, Margaret Atwood, Philip Pullman and Kurt Vonnegut (ah, farewell) who are “uneasy to think that they write fantasy” (Pullman’s words) or outright deny their work is anything of the sort. Read More…