Archives for December 2011
(Double quotes because one of those is the set of air quotes I’ll use whenever I mention this movie in future.) As everyone who ever participated in high school theatre knows, Shakespeare is pretty resilient. You can have a Midsummer Night’s Dream where the lovers are Greek, the players are Elizabethan, Titania’s fairies are ballet dancers, and Oberon’s are bikers, for example, and the play will probably survive. (I hope. If not, and that comedy has been ruined forever, then my sophomore-year production apologizes.) In an attempt to warm up… Read more »

Recent Work

My award-eligible work in 2014

2014 Recommended Reading List includes:
The Girls at the Kingfisher Club (novel)
Dream Houses (novella)
"The Insects of Love" (novelette)
"Aberration" in short story.

Sleepy Hollow Season 2 recaps: "Spellcaster"

TV recaps: Babylon, "Hackney Wick"

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    robertogreco:

    Halcyon Maps on “Constellations throughout the ages”:

    Though on the short timescale, stars appear to mantain nearly fixed positions in relation to each other, long-term observations show that all stars indeed move and all constellations gradually change over time.
    This chart shows how the various constellations and asterisms on the night sky(namely the Big Dipper, Orion, Crux, Leo, Cassiopea and Lyra) changed throughout the human history and how will they look to an earth-based observer in the distant future, due to the proper motion of stars in our galaxy.

    (via Aaron Stewart-Ahn)

    03/26/15

2015 Appearances

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March: ICFA (Orlando, FL)