Category Archives: Hurrah

We lift a cup of brew to our authors for their stellar achievements!

The Milestone I Didn’t See Coming

I have two daughters, and one is an actress Because of this, she and her sweetie have worked at the Great Dickens Fair in San Francisco for… five? No, six years. First as scum (the local color who give the joint color); … Continue reading

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Ursula K. Le Guin in the News!

Ursula K. Le Guin, photo by Marian Wood Kolisch

News articles about BVC founding member Ursula K. Le Guin Continue reading

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Arrival! Story of an Audiobook—Part Two

(This continues the story of my journey to an audiobook of Neptune Crossing, begun in yesterday’s post. If you haven’t already read that, start there.) After several failed attempts at putting my SF series The Chaos Chronicles into audio via … Continue reading

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Launch Day! Story of an Audiobook—Part One

Today marks launch day for the audiobook of my science fiction novel, Neptune Crossing! Narrated by the Grammy-winning Stefan Rudnicki! I feel as if I’ve just discovered a planet. Or maybe traveled to one. It’s been a long journey—and I often … Continue reading

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A Pair of Hurrahs!

This week we celebrate a pair of Hurrahs. “Stealth” BVC member Mark Ferrari, husband of the inimitable Shannon Page, won Best in Show for his work presented in the art show at Westercon 69 over the Independence Day weekend. So that … Continue reading

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Hurrah!

BVC founding member Phyllis Irene Radford, writing as Julia Verne St. John, is getting great reviews for her new novel, The Transference Engine. This steampunk tale of Madame Magdala’s attempt to bring Lord Byron back to life will be released by … Continue reading

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Overview of Judith Tarr’s Work on Strange Horizons

Judith Tarr with Albert Einstein

Over on Strange Horizons, author and historian Kari Sperring has a great piece on all the things that make Judith Tarr’s historical fantasy so worthwhile. Here’s an excerpt: This is history with its eyes open, complex, realistic, difficult, uncomfortable, powerful, … Continue reading

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Linda Nagata’s Going Dark a John W. Campbell Memorial Award Finalist

Book View Cafe member Linda Nagata’s novel Going Dark is a finalist for the 2016 John W. Campbell Memorial Award, which honors the best English-language science fiction novel published in the prior year. Going Dark is the third volume of … Continue reading

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BVC Member Mindy Klasky Receives Career Achievement Award

On Saturday, April 30, BVC member Mindy Klasky received the Career Achievement Award from the Washington Romance Writers chapter of the Romance Writers of America. The award acknowledges a chapter member’s ongoing professional career, making specific note of the quantity … Continue reading

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David Levine’s “Damage” is Sturgeon Finalist

Damage by David D. Levine

Book View Cafe’s own David D. Levine is a finalist for the 2016 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for his short story “Damage”, which appeared in the January 21, 2015 online issue of Tor.com. Continue reading

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