At his blog, S.C. Flynn interviews me, primarily about my podcasting.
I got a jam packed lineup of people to talk to me about gaming and genre!
Another year, another post to let those of you who vote for science fiction/fantasy awards know what I have have that is eligible for your consideration.
I have no eligible fiction this year.
At Skiffy and Fanty, I also did a number of “Mining the Genre Asteroid” columns. At SF Signal, I curated a number of Mind Melds, and conducted a number of interviews.
I also wrote a number of other articles. Most Prominently:
Silk Road Fantasy and Breaking the Great Wall of Europe (at SF Signal)
Writing in Ink to Samarkand (at a Dribble of Ink)
I also wrote the overview for Guest of Honor Kate Elliott at the 2014 Fantasycon in York, England.
The Skiffy and Fanty Show, of which I am a co-host, is eligible for a Hugo award (Best Fancast) and also eligible for the Parsec Award. Although I would not be nominable myself, I also participate on a number of other podcasts eligible for both awards, including the SF Signal Podcast, The Incomparable, and SFF Audio.
The year 2014.
The year 2014 was the year my best friend Scott Olson died from complications from influenza.
The year 2014 was the year that, therefore, I did not go on the grand adventure to Alaska.
The year 2014 was the year I got Hugo nominated for a podcast (the Skiffy and Fanty Show) of all things. Surprising given I am shy and stuttering.
The year 2014 was the year I went to my first World SF Convention (in London!)
The year 2014 was the year I consumed over 115 books.
The year 2014 was the year that was another step in the road. I continue to plod along.
So, Jason Snell (this is your fault) convinced me I could and should do an “advent calendar”.
So, every day this month, I will showcase a photo of mine in a blog post. Check back every day for a new image.
For reasons I still can’t quite figure out (I blame Fran Wilde and Jaime Lee Moyer), I was interviewed by Jaime for the Online Writer’s Workshop.
The interview is in their October Newsletter:
So I was looking through the Wayback machine (thank you Internet Archive) on my old website on Glaciers
I was obsessed with seeing Mt. Rainier, enough that I had a couple of pages on the site about it.
I’ve seen a glacier, stood on a glacier, but I still have not seen Rainier.