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In Which I Speak of Zeke

Zeke is our household robot.  Yes, in a house so full of women that even the dogs are all female, someone-not-me named the vacuum-cleaning robot Zeke.  So I mentioned Zeke in a blog post over at Dothefuture.com.  I used to warn audiences that “The Robots are Coming,” when in reality, “The Robots are Here.”

In which I appear at Do the Future and Futurismic

Talking in a rather up-beat fashion about the future.  Early last week I got to attend Microsoft’s tech-fest Day 0 and to chat with people there.  I wrote a post pretty specifically about that for Do the Future, and incorporated it into my monthly column over at Futurismic.  I am feeling a bit more upbeat […]

Do The Future Now Online!

My good friend and professional pacific northwest futurist, Glen Hiemstra, has started a new web-based venture at www.dothefuture.com.  It’s a pretty website, and quite well done.  Of  more interest to me, it’s a good antidote for the negative language I often hear about the future.  It’s about action, choice, and the people working to make […]

Publications

Wings of Creation is now out in mass market paperback.

It’s on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.

 

The  silver ship series is now available in audiobook format from Audible.com 

 

 


The Creative Fire can now be pre-ordered at Amazon.com and at Barnes and Noble.

Wings of Creation can now be pre-ordered in Mass Market paperback edition.

Westward Weird is now available — my first published ghost story

One of my favorite shorts, “My Grandfather’s River,” has been included in this beautiful new anthology named RIVER, edited by Alma Alexander and now available via Dark Quest Books.

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