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YOU CAN NOMINATE SMOKE CITY FOR A HUGO AWARD!

Alriiight! Since nominations are now open for the Hugo Awards, I just wanted to remind Worldcon members that my novel SMOKE CITY (Meerkat Press, 2018) is totally eligible in the Best Novel category. If you enjoyed it this year, please consider voting for it! Thanks so much. And if you have any questions about the voting process or anything, here's the full skinny: http://www.thehugoawards.org/ And here's all the info and blurbs and ordering info and whatnot about SMOKE CITY: http://meerkatpress.com/books/smoke-city/

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PUNK, PUNKER, PUNKEST?

FINALLY PUTTING TO REST WHAT IS AND IS NOT PUNK, FOR ALL OF YOU POSERS, or, A New Rebel Noise Column by Keith Rosson Laying down the hard and fast rules of what is and is not punk over at Rebel Noise. Finally. Click here to get the skinny. You can thank me later!

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HEY, I’M IN THE HUFFINGTON POST!

Excited to announce that my essay about being a legally blind artist and designer is up at the Huffington Post! A big honor for me, please consider giving it a read. And as always, if you need any art or design work for your project, please reach out. I'd love to work on something with you!

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I’M TEACHING A WRITING CLASS! YOU SHOULD ENROLL!

Really excited to announce that I'll be teaching a class on crafting magical realism/fabulist fiction through Litreactor in a few months! Here's the class description, and please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Looking forward to working with a great group of writers, so I'd love to have you enroll, which you can do here.  Class Description Humanize the fantastic... ...and in the process learn more about yourself and your characters. That's part of the sly wonder of magical realism. When creating a magical realism story, writers don’t invent new worlds, but instead...

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USED VINYL AND THE RISK-TO-HAPPINESS RATIO

I wrote a thing for Rebel Noise about shopping for used records and the risk-to-happiness ratio involved. You can check it out here, if you're into that sort of thing. Meanwhile, my agent has started shopping my new novel around to editors, and I'm just sitting around in that half-lit twilight where I've just finished a big project and am not sure what to do next. After writing three books in four or five years, it's a pretty nice feeling. I'm sure I'll move on to the next thing here soon enough, but for now, I feel pretty good just listening to crappy punk records and drinking coffee.

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