Here's what's been on my other blog since early March:
On our karate discipline's "Go Ju Kata," which was all our dojos from all over the country doing 50 katas together over two hours.
SHE RIDES! I finished and turned in Systema Paradoxa: All-the-Way House.
My piece for Tor.com on how WandaVision explored consequences in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
On the new novel by my friend Melinda M. Snodgrass.
Talkin' Turning the Tied, with some details about my story in the anthology.
From the virtual Farpoint: me, Mary Fan, and Kelli Fitzpatrick talkin' Star Trek: Discovery.
On getting my second shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Two books with me in them on sale!
Monday music: "Brewing in Elsinore."
The audio of Spider-Man: Down These Mean Streets is out!
Monday music: a rap of the Canterbury Tales prologue.
Midweek music: "Walkin' Like Brando."
Icarus, a graphic novel I scripted, was one of the three finalists for the Ben Franklin Award for Best Graphic Novel, given by the Independent Book Publishers Association. (It won Silver.)
On being fully vaccinated from COVID-19.
I'm on The Captain's Table Podcast talking about my Star Trek novel The Art of the Impossible.
Monday music: "Open All Night."
An open letter to Balticon, which I am not attending.
Stuff I put on my Patreon in March.
Friday fanfare: "Kodachrome" by Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem.
Monday music: "New York State of Mind" by Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem.
Midweek music: "Sweet-Tooth Jam."
I put 11 thoughts about the new Star Trek announcements on "First Contact Day" on my Patreon.
Margaret Wander Bonanno, RIP.
Friday fanfare: "Can You Picture That?"
I say it's my birthday! And it's way better than last year's!
On Wrenn's and my fourth wedding anniversary.
IT'S A BOOK! I got my copies of Systema Paradoxa: All-the-Way House!
I'm going to be a guest at Pensacon in May, my first in-person convention since the apocalypse started. (Ironically, my last in-person convention was also Pensacon in February 2020...)
Stuff I've posted to Patreon in April.
I have autographed books for sale!
I never could get the hang of Thursdays, in which my wife breaks a bone.
My Sunday feeling: Happy Mothers Day!
A decade of writing for Tor.com.
Jupiter's Legacy is a huge disappointment.
My first in-person event of 2021 is helping inaugurate readings at Ample Hills Creamery in Brooklyn on Tuesday the 18th!
The compleat bibliography of Keith R.A. DeCandido.
Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours, an omnibus that includes Down These Mean Streets, is out in eBook format!
I'm on two nifty Dragon Con American Sci-Fi Classics Track panels, one on The Addams Family movie at 30, one speculating on what the MCU would've been like if it had started in 1988 instead of 2008.
Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch:
"Dark Frontier," "The Disease," "Course: Oblivion," "The Fight," "Think Tank," "Juggernaut," "Someone to Watch Over Me," "11:59," "Relativity," "Warhead," "Equinox," Fifth Season Overview, "Equinox, Part II," "Survival Instinct," "Barge of the Dead," "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy," "Alice," "Riddles," "Dragon's Teeth," and "One Small Step."
KRAD COVID readings:
Star Trek: S.C.E.: Invincible Book 1: Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.
Star Trek: S.C.E.: Invincible Book 2: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.
Star Trek: S.C.E.: Here There Be Monsters: Part 1 and Part 2.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier:
A brief history of the title characters in the comics, plus reviews of "New World Order," "The Star-Spangled Man," "Power Broker," "The Whole World is Watching," "Truth," and "One World, One People."