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Recent Reads

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 06:41:47 +0000

It’s been while since I said anything about what I’ve read lately—I don’t think I’ve written a review post since this one I shared in September, in fact! One reason is that I haven’t managed to read as much as I’d like. Writing, a toddler, overtime at work… they all converge on me having less […](image)

“Focus” in Neil Clarke’s Best Science Fiction of the Year, Volume 3

Thu, 01 Feb 2018 12:39:00 +0000

So, Neil Clarke recently published the table of contents of the Best Science Fiction of the Year, Volume 3, collecting his picks for the best stories of 2017. To my immense happiness, my short story “Focus,” which was originally published in Analog, will be included in the volume… and in very good company. It’s not […](image)

About That Dragon, Cancer

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 02:50:15 +0000

I thought I'd share some thoughts about the game That Dragon, Cancer and my experience of it.(image)

Which Way the Wind Blows

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 15:59:56 +0000

One of us must know which way the wind blows, right? So I launch Twitter on my phone, and see this: Hey, someone followed me! I wonder who that is? Er… (Clicks header image…) I don’t know quite what specifically that map is supposed to signify, though it’s immediately apparent the northern border with China […](image)

A Backlog of Game Logs

Fri, 05 Jan 2018 04:47:29 +0000

More funny-dice game stuff, for the moment. If that interests you, read on.   Back on the Trail of Cthulhu: A couple more sessions in (most recently last night), I continue to enjoy playing Trail of Cthulhu. It’s funny: I’d recently been thinking about how large skill lists often mean a game is aspiring to […](image)