Scattered

1) For authors who have submitted, or who may submit, to the Journal of Unlikely Entomology, there has been some minor shifting of our deadlines. There are also a few announcements of things that have been and things to come, which you can read about here.

2) The Children of Main Street made Locus’ 2010 Recommended Reading List, which means that’s it’s also on the Locus Award Ballot, not even as a write-in or anything. Given that I only had two stories printed or pixelated last year, I can legitimately say that half of everything I had published in 2010 made it onto the Locus Recommended Reading List. So there.

C) If anyone happens to have a spare $45,000 lying around, they should totally buy this, and give it to me. Just saying.

4 or D) I really shouldn’t compensate for stress by increasing my caffeine intake. Feeling rushed, fragmented, and distracted FASTER doesn’t particularly benefit anyone.

Fiv-E) Septa wins the fail war. Today, I was forced to disembark from a train because the engine managed to break in such a way that it could only go backwards.

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