The Rambling Writer Returns to Greece, Part 25: The Two Faces of Dionysos

My fascination with the Greek god of ecstatic revelry, Dionysos, has only grown as I research and write more about my near-future healer Ariadne and her connection to ancient powers. After I visited the Korykeion Cave near Delphi, where the … Continue reading

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Linda Nagata Nominated for Sturgeon Award

BVC’s own Linda Nagata is among the finalists for the 2018 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, which honors the best short science fiction of the year. The award is given annually by the Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction at Kansas University.

The story that earned the nomination was “The Martian Obelisk,” which appeared on Tor.com.

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BVC Announces Orcas Intruder by Laura Gayle

After all the intrigue of the last few weeks, Camille Tate just wants to have a quiet Thanksgiving weekend with her family at her new home on Orcas Island. But when her next-door neighbor Lisa’s home is broken into and ransacked, Cam realizes the intrigue is far from over.

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