Nebula Weekend!

I’ll be attending the Nebula Weekend in DC, starting in a number of hours that is much shorter than the number of hours actually required for me to prepare for it! Good times.

I’ll be in and out (especially as I’m not staying on-site), but here’s where you can find me for sure:

Friday, 5:30-7:00pm: Book Signing. Does what it says on the tin, only more illegibly and with a pen that will probably run out of ink halfway through.

Friday, 9:00-11:00pm: Reception! Jackets will be worn, Shirley Temples will be consumed.

Saturday, 6:30pm-10:00pm: The Nebula Reception, Banquet, and Awards. (This will be an exciting evening, though right now it’s looming largely as the cause of me cursing a blue streak at my carry-on, which can hold my regular clothing but is not prepared for a formal event and seems confused at what I’m asking it to carry.)

See you this weekend!

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"

Genevieve on Tumblr

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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)