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Moore and Nagata Books in SFWA SF Storybundle

Tech Heaven

Linda Nagata’s Tech-Heaven and Nancy Jane Moore’s The Weave are both included in the SFWA Science Fiction storybundle. This storybundle was curated by SFWA President Cat Rambo and features a dozen science fiction ebooks. Tech-Heaven was published by Mythic Island … Continue reading

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Prologue to The Weave

The Weave

Here is the beginning of my new novel from Aqueduct Press, The Weave. It’s now available at Amazon and other booksellers as well as directly from the publisher. The Weave Prologue  I  A small girl — maybe five years old … Continue reading

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Speculative Science — and Fiction

Roboteer

My friend Alex Lamb has written an excellent essay on why scientists – and science fiction writers – should play with things considered impossible, like faster than light travel. His thesis, in a nutshell, is that the more everyone plays … Continue reading

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The Weave Is Available From Aqueduct Press

The Weave

BVC member Nancy Jane Moore’s new science fiction novel, The Weave, is now available in both print and ebook editions directly from the publisher, Aqueduct Press. According to the publisher’s website: The Weave brings us a first-contact story in which … Continue reading

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WisCon Report, With New Novel!

Nancy Jane with The Weave

My science fiction novel, The Weave, made its first appearance at WisCon. Aqueduct Press had copies shipped by the printer directly to the convention, making its table at WisCon and Madison’s Room of One’s Own bookstore the first places to … Continue reading

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