Brenda Cooper

Archive for July, 2011

Worldcon 2011 Schedule

I’m pretty happy with the 2011 Worldcon schedule.  Lots of Mayan December launch activity, a reading for No Man’s Land, a party, and some great topics to discuss.  I hope to see many of you there. Thu 13:00 – 14:00, The Amish Approach to Changing Technology: The Error of Presumed Neutrality of Technology (Panel), D05 (RSCC) […]

Contest to Celebrate early e-release of Mayan December

I got an unexpected gift today from Prime Books. Perhaps it will cause a few of you to get gifts, too. Mayan December can now be purchased in eBook for Kindle and Nook. So here’s how this might benefit you. The first three people who review the book in either platform and contact me via […]

Year’s Best 28

Year’s Best SF 28 Out! My story, “My Father’s Singularity” is among many great stories in this anthology.  Available widely.

Readings, Columns, and Interviews

I got to read at Tuesday Funk while in Chicago week-before-last.  This is thanks to Bill Shunn.  One the web now:  recordings of most of the readers.  I highly recommend dropping in to watch a few – and don’t miss Bill’s poem.  It’s short and sweet and he reads very well.  If you want to […]

Interviews on the web

Recent interviews on the web I had two really fun interviews come out recently.  They can be found at: Heidi Ruby Miller’s Pick Six MilSciFi interview relating to my story, “Cracking the Sky” in the No Man’s Land anthology

Clarion West Write-a-thon Update and Misc.

Well, I’m reduced to my portable computer at the moment.  My Sony all-in-one gave up the ghost yesterday morning and refused to turn on.  No, I didn’t lose any writing files – I back those up.  But I decided I needed my email badly enough to pay to get it transferred (I could do this […]