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Just Time for a Quick Update

Home again, home again, jiggety-jig! I did a non-trivial amount of traveling in May, first for the Nebulas and then to the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop (as shown above--trust me, that entire diagram makes perfect sense), but now I'll be kicking around the homefront until Worldcon in August.

You can watch recordings of the Nebula Awards ceremony and selected panels from the conference on the SFWA YouTube channel (see next section for more content). I'll be posting my Launch Pad notes #SOON (but meanwhile, you can check out previous attendee Mary Robinette Kowal's journal entries). And don't forget, your Worldcon membership also gets you the Hugo Awards Voter Packet which includes digital editions of many of the nominated works!

You'll always find my complete upcoming appearance schedule at:

Synopses and Queries: How Do They Work?

Here's a downloadable PDF of the presentation I gave at the Nebulas. Please note that I use my own first novel as an example, so these slides contain major spoilers for Waypoint Kangaroo:

Give It Away Now

I don't remember how I found this article on "Top 5 Sci-Fi Soundtracks," but it actually lists ten film scores, and as it turns out I own five of those. Take a guess at which soundtracks are in my music library and you could win a fabulous prize in the mail!

Guess the Music

apropos of nothing: SPACE PEANUTS
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