Good news. I’ll spare you the kind of entry that I’ve been doing for the last several months. Tell your friends. No serious issues here. Nope.
Instead I’ll talk a little about my experiences going to three different, even very different comic shows in the last month and a half or so. Long Beach […]
Emerald City Comic Con, 2015 report and debriefing. […]
There’s a visual pun here, but I’ll let you figure it out.
Right. This week. Busy one. Getting ready for Emerald City Comic-Con coming up next week, and I’ve got a number of things to get done before that.
First off is a story called “Chunked” which just went out to an anthology, though […]
Being the update for March 11, 2015
I never know where to start these. Probably because I’m still struggling with doing these updates for people who may or may not be reading these. I mean, I already know what happened and where I’m wandering to next. Mostly.
For instance, I managed to […]
So I’ve been wracking my brain, trying to figure out why things are the way they are. Not everything, mind you. I don’t have the time to compose a supertheory of super-everything. But when I spend time in a place or situation, my brain gets to considering how it got there, the way it is […]
Ah, one of my infamous travelogues/con reports. It’s been a little while.
I’m still pretty new at science fiction/fantasy shows (as opposed to comic shows, which were old hat for me in 1990 and 2008 as an exhibitor). Still getting used to things. Still figuring out how to talk to […]
Galaga – Taken at High Scores Arcade Museum in Alameda, CA.
Spent last weekend at FOG-Con in Walnut Creek. Show went well. More details later, just getting this up now to remind me that I need to say something about it. Spent a lot of off-time taking pictures around Orinda, Alameda and in San […]
I’ve only attended science fiction shows as a fan. Let’s just get that out of the way. But I figured I should try and change that since I’m actually writing the stuff now. And by ‘the stuff’ I’m using an entirely humorous way to refer to my work. At least […]
Convolution 2013 went well, though I took almost no photographs worth keeping thanks to the low light. The blurring went all wrong. Sometimes it just doesn’t come together.
Though the show did pretty well. Okay, a couple hiccups, but those were dealt […]
In addition to folks like Brian and Wendy Froud and Richard and Wendy Pini and Richard Kadrey, the fine folks over at Convolution SF have extended an invitation for yours truly to appear as a guest of the show and do some panels/programming.
I’ll try not to mess it up too badly, but I’m kinda […]