Tag Archives: Vermont

The Hotel

We’ve been in the hotel for a week now. To summarize: my parents sold the house we had been renting from them. For a long list of personal and practical reasons, we decided to move back to Colorado where I … Continue reading

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Steampunk Festivities

This weekend I was honored to participate in the author reading at the Springfield Steampunk Festival alongside Elizabeth Bear, Brett Cox, Jennifer Eifrig, Bruce Hesselbach, and Daniel Mills. The reading was part of the Vermont Speculative Fiction Writer’s Series organized by … Continue reading

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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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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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Interview With Cameron Garriepy

In the eighth grade, Cameron wrote her first romance novel on an antique typewriter, using a stack of pink paper. Detours between that draft and her publishing goals have included a BA in Music, a professional culinary education, and twelve … Continue reading

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