Monthly Archives: June 2015

The End of My Exile

Hubby and I have lived in Vermont for more than eighteen years. We bought and sold our first house here. Both our children were born here. But we don’t belong here. My tagline has always been A Writer by Birth … Continue reading

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My ROW80 Update for the Week You know that wagon I fell off of last week? It drove off without me. I ran behind it for a while, tripping over my own feet while yelling “HEY! Wait up!” Alas, it … Continue reading

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VT Speculative Fiction Writer’s Series

In the August company of Michael J. Martinez, Alice Eckles, Toby McNutt, Amy J. Murphy, and Asher Ellis, I will be doing a reading with the Vermont Speculative Fiction Writer’s Series at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont, on … Continue reading

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The Other Path

I got derailed while cleaning out the garage today. I came across my old drafting supplies, still in excellent condition and not too terribly old. Has it really been more than ten years since I was in school? Since I … Continue reading

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Polyamorous Sudoku

  Scroll to the bottom for this week’s ROW80 update. When creating a fictional world, it is important for an author to work out all the relevant details even though those details won’t make it into the final story. The … Continue reading

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