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on the Word Press blog

Here's what's been on the Word Press blog over the last month or so.....

I posted two final reading lists: stuff in worlds of my own creation and collaborations, shared worlds, and other miscellaneous stuff.

I've also been posting embedded vidoes of my KRAD COVID readings on the Tube of You, in which I've read "Letter from Guadalajara" (from 2011's More Tales of Zorro), "Diary of a False Man" (from 2000's X-Men Legends), "Back in El Paso My Life Will Be Worthless" (from 2015's The X-Files: Trust No One), "When the Magick Goes Away" (from a 2012 crowdfund, reprinted in Tales from Dragon Precinct), "loDnI'pu' vavpu' je" (from 2005's Star Trek: Tales from the Captain's Table), "Arms and the Man" (from 1997's Untold Tales of Spider-Man), "Materfamilias" (from 2020's Bad Ass Moms), the first chapter of 2001's Here There Be Monsters (part of the Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers series), "Many a Mile to Freedom" (from 2001's Farscape: The Official Magazine #1), "Catch and Release" (from 2013's Tales from Dragon Precinct), and "Ragnarok and Roll" (from 2011's Tales from the House Band Volume 1).

Monday music is "Beautiful Madness" by Robbie Robertson.

More readings from Across the Universe: Tales of Alternate Beatles, including Patrick Barb reading "When I'm #64," Beth Patterson reading "Cayenne," Sally Wiener Grotta reading "The Truth Within," and Carol Gyzander reading "Deal with the Devil."

The publisher of my "Precinct" books and Without a License, eSpec Books is having a "stuck at home" sale where all their eBooks are $.99 each!

From the archives: wow, does Daybreakers suck...

The eSpec Books reading series! The first set has Danielle Ackley-McPhail reading "Brothers (from Defending the Future: Dogs of War) and "A Legacy of Stars" (from the eponymous collection), Jeff Young reading "Bucket Brigade" (from Defending the Future: In Harm's Way), and me reading two chapters from To Hell and Regroup, my collaboration with David Sherman. The next bunch includes Danielle reading from Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn, her collaboration with Day Al-Mohamed, and also reading her stories "The Heart of the Sun" (from Flashes in the Can) and "Turtles All the Way Down" (from The Die is Cast), Christopher L. Bennett reading an excerpt from Arachne's Crime, James Chambers reading "The Last Great Monologue of Evil Intent" (from The Side of Good/The Side of Evil), Jeff Young reading "Finder" (from The Society for the Preservation of C.J. Henderson), Megan Mackie reading an excerpt from Finder of the Lucky Devil, and Alma Alexander reading from The Second Star.

I say it's my birthday, as I talk about celebrating my 51st birthday in lockdown...

A nice review of A Furnace Sealed.

Shore Leave officially postponed, unsurprisingly.

Laura Anne Gilman and I are interviewed by Mike Zipser for Fast Forward.

Monday music is "Nothin' I Can Do About It" by Michael McCloud.

My talk on the business of writing for the Stay In Place Virtual Writing Conference that was held over Facebook.

I'm a guest on The FBI's Most Unwanted podcast talking about The X-Files.

A general expression of hatred for the state the world is in right now.

A celebratory Mothers Day post for the mothers in my life.

Martin Pasko, RIP.

Irons in the fire update.

From the archives: a most excellent birthday, from 18 April 2008, where I spent my 39th birthday at New York Comic-Con having an amazing time.

Results of an informal poll asking my social media contacts how they first encountered my writing.

I'm on "Morning Flight," the YouTube series from my alma mater, Cardinal Spellman High School.


And there's the usual posts pimping the Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch (including "Persistence of Vision," "Tattoo," "Cold Fire," "Maneuvers," "Resistance," "Prototype," "Alliances," "Threshold," "Meld," and "Dreadnought") and my Patreon (which has had a crapton of new content over the last few weeks).
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