Link to Recording of Cat reading a poem.
Reading took place September 18, 2017 at the Cottage Bistro, Vancouver. It was part of a double reading series with Pulp Literature launching their issue 16. White Dwarf Books attended to sell copies of the books! It was a great night! I thoroughly enjoyed it and it reminded me of the Edmonton poetry scene where I first read my poems.
Many thanks to all who organized and attended!
I’m pleased to invite SF fans & writers to a book launch sponsored jointly with Pulp Literature and EDGE.
It’s at the Cottage Bistro in East Vancouver for Monday September 18th at 5 pm until 7:30 pm for readings and book sales. (Book sales will be handled by White Dwarf books.)
BC Authors who may be there to read from their works include: Susan Pieters, Miki Dare, paulo da costa, Linda DeMeulemeester, Steve Fahnestalk, Catherine Girczyc, Roxanne Gregory, Matthew Hughes, Guy Immega, and Rhea Rose. To RSVP click this link:
Eventbrite Co-Launch Tesseracts 20 and Pulp Lit
My story Night Market has been accepted for publication in the Reality Skimming Press ‘Vancouver Sci-Fi Anthology’!!!
PUBLISHED December 2017: Vancouver Sci-Fi Anthology on Amazon
I’m so excited!
TESSERACTS 20 Compostela Anthology is now available as an Amazon Exclusive.
Two of my poems are published in this prestigious anthology edited by Spider Robinson and James Alan Gardner.
You can view the link here.
Here are all the scheduled release dates:
- KINDLE Exclusive E-book: Available NOW
- E-book Everywhere Release: September 4, 2017
- Print in Canada: September 11, 2017
- Print in USA: October 9, 2017
In between dance mom activities and rest, I’ve enjoyed several great meals out plus some writing time. Ah the wilds of Whistler- 3 Starbucks and a Westin patio that’s got its own waterfall! I’m doing just fine here 🙂
It’s the time of year when Eligibility Lists form for the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Awards – the Aurora Awards.
This year, I’m happy to report, I’m on the eligibility list. If you’d like to nominate my story, “The Cup” in Polar Borealis & thus allow me to proceed to the Nominations List, click here: Aurora Awards site.
This is a really great deal, btw, because for Canadian Aurora voters, you can download a package of the top novels in the field before voting for them. It’s been an incredibly great way to see what’s new in SF&F and have nice pdf versions I can read on my Ipad.
And, you could, ahem, nominate my little story 🙂
To read my story: Just go to http://polarborealis.ca and click on “Current/Back Issues” in the header, then scroll a short distance down to the link.
I’ll be attending VCON41 in Surrey, BC again this year Sept 30 to Oct 2, 2016. So far I’m scheduled in as:
- Panel on “Upcoming television SF Television” 19:00 – 19:50
- Panel “What is it about Dragons and Other Fabulous Beasts?” 22:30-23:20
- reading from one of my stories Sunday 10 – 10:25
- Panel on Building Monsters 12 – 12:50
VCON is always a blast as well as having great resources for writers and other SF/F creators!
This year’s themes are puppetry in SF/F and the small presses. The great thing about general Cons like this is the variety – of things to do, people to meet and so forth!
GOH is Robert Sawyer.
I’ll be working on a costume for J too, based on the latest Star Wars movie! My non-writer friends can always find panels on science or art. It’s a great all-around good time.
Find info at http://www.vcon.ca