Monthly Archives: August 2014

Accessing the Future, Blog Hop Part II

Yesterday, I posted up Part One of a conversation about the crowdfunding campaign for the speculative fiction anthology, Accessing the Future, which will be calling for stories that explore the intersectionality of disability, along with gender, class, race, and sexuality.  I’m very … Continue reading

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A look at “Accessing the Future” …

About a week or so ago, I found myself at the Accessing the Future Indiegogo Campaign Web site, reading about this speculative fiction anthology, which aims to “explor[e] disability & the intersectionality of race, class, gender & sexuality.” The campaign, which … Continue reading

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Wrap up and coming attractions…

The Cold Run book tour and giveaway is winding down, although if you haven’t had a chance to enter, don’t worry. We will be hosting another one very soon to celebrate the print release of the book. It’s been a … Continue reading

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Blog Tour Ahead!

Rick Keller and the rest of the team are going to be getting out and about from now until the end of the month. Check out these “Coming Soon” dates, including reviews, promos, excerpts, and even a few guest blogs … Continue reading

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Some thoughts as I head toward transition…

Today I had the opportunity—or rather was assigned the opportunity—to attend an event geared towards soldiers who are transitioning, preparing to transition, or thinking about transitioning out of the military. After attending the week-long transition workshop last week, I wasn’t … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Jennifer Stromer-Galley…

Earlier this year I sat down with Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Associate Professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, and Vice President of the Association of Internet Researchers. Professor Stromer-Galley also served as the primary thesis advisor, mentor, and role … Continue reading

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Some progress … and some lack thereof…

My partner and I have been trying to move forward on our documentary on women leaders in the US Army Military Police. We’ve drafted a budget, a plan, a research approach, some crowdfunding strategies, etc. However, one thing I didn’t … Continue reading

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Lead role in a cage…

A few reviews have popped up for Cold Run, and while they are by and large positive, the first two that I found on Goodreads both mentioned the same problem – the book is hard to get into. Don’t get … Continue reading

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Weekend rundown…

Yesterday was kind of exciting. In addition to it being Cold Run release day, it was also my mom’s birthday. She and my nephew Mikey are down for a week to celebrate, so even though the morning was a “hard … Continue reading

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Cold Run is live!!

Three years ago I sat down with a character who had surfaced during one of my writing exercise sessions. A grumpy, disgruntled werewolf, Rick Keller showed up in my notes the night that the organization he used to work for … Continue reading

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