And I hope to see some of you at Tus Con this year, which starts on October 31 at the Hotel Tucson City Center (Inn Suites). I finished proofing the galleys for that last of the trilogy, “The Earth Saver,” before we went cruising, so I’m hoping it, too, will be on the market by the time Tus Con rolls around at the end of October. I was a theatre major way back in the day, and my first writing success was as a playwright.
Thanks to my hard-working editor, April L’Orange, for seeing the project through. I’m referring to the best little local SFF convention–Tus Con–which takes place Oct. I just checked the Phoenix Pick website, and “Children of the Earth” is now available for purchase as ebook or paperback from amazon.We visited a number of local breweries and wineries along our way, hiked and exercised enthusiastically, and I’m finishing up the season only a couple of pounds heavier.I regret to report that I will not be at Tus Con this year, as I have a conflict.The EVI-D70P is equiped with a variety of convenient features such as auto ICR function, Alarm function and RS-232C/422 serial control , making them ideal for any remote shooting applications such as distance learning, indoor and outdoor security systems, courtrooms, event venues, concert halls, and more. Technical Specifications:* Video Signal: PAL* Image Sensor: 1/4Exview HAD Color CCD* Effective Pixels : 752 (H) x 585 (V)* H. 11-13, 2016 at the Radisson Hotel Tucson Airport, 4550 S Palo Verde Rd. Good Lord willing and the Creek don’t rise, I will be there this year. Yes, there are places in Arizona that are balmy during the summer months, such as Payson (tucked under the Mogollon Rim), Prescott (The Mile High City), Flagstaff (7000 ft.) and even Sedona (where Oak Creek Canyon provides shade).
Martin, so if you don’t come to see me, come to see him!
The only way to sell a play is to get it produced, and I refuse to produce my own stuff.
As I’ve said elsewhere, I’m a lousy producer, and my plays deserve someone better. 8-10, and I’ll be there, bragging about my latest short story sale to the e-zine “Intergalactic Medicine Show.” It’s a near-future SF piece called “Into the Desolation.” It will run sometime next spring, probably the March issue, but I’ll post when I have the definite info.
Work, school, relationships, or different phases of the moon can sometimes bring down the hairiest of man.
When that happens, one may turn to one's faith, the bottle (not recommended), howling at the moon, or friends and family to work things out.
“The Earth Is All That Lasts” is in process, and I’m proofing the galley for “Children of the Earth” now. I made it till almost this morning with all the windows open. It’s amazing how things have changed in the past 15 years.