Daily Archives: August 6, 2015

An Easter Egg Hunt in August?

Don’t ask me why, because I have no idea why. The heat? The phase of the moon? A lost bet? Nope. All I know is that I have hidden six Easter eggs in the Book View Café store. And I’m … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Still Alive (and Dead)! — Schrödinger Sessions

Not really Schrödinger’s cat, but she is in a box. I’ve just come back from an incredible weekend at the Schrödinger Sessions: Science for Science Fiction, at the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland, near Washington, D.C. The … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

ArmadilloCon panel

On the panel on trends in feminist science fiction at ArmadilloCon (panelists pictured above in a photo by Elze Hamilton), Stina Leicht observed that she consciously decided to use her given name as a byline when she started writing. But … Continue reading

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