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Fantasy, heroes and science fiction in our society – guest post – V. S. Holmes

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Name: V. S. Holmes Location: New England Bio: V.S. Holmes is the author of SMOKE AND RAIN, the first in an epic fantasy series. Her favorite genres include fantasy, science (of both the non-fiction and fiction varieties), and most anything else she finds in her hands. While not writing,…

Here is my interview with Layla Stevens

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
Name Layla Stevens Age 35 Where are you from originally I am from Tulsa, Oklahoma but moved to Pensacola Florida in 1996, Though Tulsa will always have my heart. A little about your self `ie your education Family life etc. Well, I was born and raised in Oklahoma till I was…

Starship Observational Signatures *********** Centauri Dreams

Posted: 24 Mar 2015 09:35 AM PDT Now and again in relatively rarefied SETI discussions the topic of starship detection comes up. Specifically, if there were a starship moving through the interstellar medium in the general vicinity of our perch in the Orion Arm, would we be able to detect any sort of signature in […]

Here is my interview with Mike Billington

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
Name: Mike Billington Age: 67 Where are you from? I was born in New Haven, Connecticut but I’ve lived all over the Eastern Seaboard of the United States and currently live in Spain. A little about yourself: i.e. your education, family life, etc: I am the oldest of seven boys in…

Origins of the Malandanti – update

Originally posted on The Opening Sentence:
Who were (are) the Malandanti? I came across them when I was researching witchcraft for the second Toten Herzen novel. To understand the Malandanti you must first learn about the Benandanti. Benandanti means ‘good walkers’ (Benandante is the singular) and were a group of people from the Friuli region…

…another Celt pal comes to visit the blog… David Williams… ceud mile failte…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…a neat wee diversion here for yeez in the form of a Guest Blog post from a fellow-Celt, Author David Williams… today I’m bestowing on him Honorary Scotsmanship, for reasons yeez’ll quickly understand as yeez read his piece below… enjoy… Master Williams in his highly effective undercover camouflage as a…

Rossini, I take it all back

Originally posted on Green Writing Room:
WARNING: If you are not an opera fan, I’m going to let rip, so jump to the pictures at the end. See also Nina Mishkin’s post BEL CANTO AT THE MET. On Tuesday we saw the encore of the Live from the MET performance of Rossini’s Donna del Lago in the…

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