Look at what arrived a couple of weeks ago: the ARC of the Inhuman Peace, the second book in my Commonwealth Empire trilogy! I’m told by Gautam Shenoy that the books have already started showing up in bookstores, so . . . it’s out?? It’s out!So I’m actually quite happy that this book is out, because it’s easily been one of the most difficult parts of my career so far… Read More »The Inhuman Peace is out!
by Yudhanjaya Wijeratne A story from the Salvage Crew universe BOOT CYCLE 3,0402CLEAR BUFFER I left home when I was three. Or rather, I should say they made me leave. I would have stayed there forever, surrounded by the comforting glow of florescent lights.But instead they threw us all out.My first memories of childhood are all of darkness. There was a dusting of stars. Anything that could seduce me –… Read More »ODYSSEUS
Continued from previous. So, recap of recent events : Many in the writing community expressed their sorrow that this had happened. Some in the Sri Lankan Comic-con community, angered [and, I feel, with good reason], went a step forward, responding quite harshly . I have been unable to talk them out of it, so needless to say the search record will stay tainted. Despite my dislike for Bellet’s actions… Read More »“Incidentally, there is support for Wijeratne’s story”: part two – aftermath and decision trees
“Incidentally, there is support for Wijeratne’s story”: a response to file770 and a record of the Nebula Award madness
I’m going to tell you a story. This is about being nominated for the Nebula Awards , and accusations, and fury. I’m going to tell it slow and in much detail as I can, because I want to, and because context is important. I have seen much slinging of words but no context. When I started writing this, it was 8PM. I had intended to use the writing of this… Read More »“Incidentally, there is support for Wijeratne’s story”: a response to file770 and a record of the Nebula Award madness