Tag Archives: Vonda N. McIntyre

Adventures at Sasquan

Little Sisters

Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention, was definitely a Book View Café Event. Nineteen of us – more than a third of the co-op – showed up. BVC’s own Vonda N. McIntyre was a guest of honor, which gave … Continue reading

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Sasquan Worldcon Report 3

Since Vonda McIntyre is the Guest of Honor here, Book View Cafe had to throw its first publisher party. I ran it, Madeleine Robins baked a cake, and Sara Stamey (who has a car and a Costco card) bought provender, … Continue reading

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BVC Members Participate in SF Storybundle

StoryBundle

“The Women in Science Fiction Bundle came about when our curator (award-winning and bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch) heard from some young writers that “women didn’t write science fiction, present company excepted.” That’s silly, of course, so she teamed up … Continue reading

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BVC Members Participate in “The Write Stuff” Storybundle

Book View Cafe members Leah Cutter, Vonda N. McIntyre, and Judith Tarr are part of the “Write Stuff” Storybundle, which runs from May 13th through June 4th. Here’s what it’s all about, from bundle curator Kristine Kathryn Rusch: Writers need … Continue reading

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SF Gateway Reviews Vonda McIntyre’s Dreamsnake

Online genre magazine SF Gateway ran a very nice write-up of Vonda McIntyre’s work. The review, written by Kevin McVeigh, is entitled From the Attic VII: Vonda N. McIntyre. Vonda fans can read it here. I’d say this rates a big, zesty HURRAH!

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Report from San Antonio

LonestarCon3. Worldcon. My first. Fun. The best part was meeting fellow BVC authors Patricia “Pooks” Burroughs, Kathi Kimbriel, and David D. Levine, who should be paid to do voiceovers his reading voice is so smooth and lovely. Kathi gets quiet … Continue reading

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The joy of new hats

Yesterday I had friends over and one of them, Kim Hirschman of Uncertainty Studios, flat-out gave me one of her hand-made felt hats. Here it is. Continue reading

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The Moon and the Sun Goes to Paris

Vonda N. McIntyre’s alternate history The Moon and the Sun, which is set at Versailles during the reign of Louis XIV, will be produced at La Cité du Cinema, a cutting-edge film studio in the Paris suburb of St.-Denis. The 16-acre … Continue reading

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Appreciating Anne McCaffrey

by Vonda N. McIntyre Anne was a force of nature, a larger-than-life person of enthusiasm and generosity. I’ll always remember how kind she was to me when I was a no-name pup. Dreamsnake unexpected won the Hugo for Best Novel … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Defines Personhood

Supreme Court of the United States Defines Personhood Flash Fiction Satire by Vonda N. McIntyre In an expected decision today, the United States Supreme Court reaffirmed its definition of Corporations as persons, and redefined organic beings as unpersons. Unpersons include nebular avatars, bionic individuals (including biological … Continue reading

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