I can’t write tonight: I had my yearly eye exam, and the doctor put something in my eyes to dilate them, and I can’t look at the screen without the letters going all blurry. All that blurriness makes me dizzy, gives me nausea. So what to do?
I’m just going to tell you a couple of writing things, and then I’m going to rest my eyes. For those of you in the Boston area, I’m going to be doing a reading at the Boston University Barnes and Noble in Kenmore Square, on February 7th at 7:00 p.m. You can find the official poster for the reading below. I’m also going to be chatting with people and signing books at the Concord Bookshop, on February 9th at 2:00 p.m.
Recently, three interviews with me were posted: on SF Signal (with the wonderful Charles Tan); on Daemon’s Books, which posted a lovely review of the book; and on The Qwillery, which also posted a lovely review and is doing a book giveaway.
Also, believe it or not, I do still have other things going on, other writing projects. A short story of mine called “Beautiful Boys” will be in Asimov’s Science Fiction, and I have another short story coming out, but I can’t tell you about that one yet. Also, my article “A Brief History of Monsters” will be in Weird Fiction Review, sometime in February.
I’m sorry, I know, this post is all about the writing. But I can’t think clearly enough to write about anything that would be more interesting, right now. I’ll be back in better form tomorrow, I promise.
And here is the poster: