Sifting the wash of the internet.
my blog is like this fucking grab bag except you never exactly know what you’re going to get in said bag
is it fandom???
is it feminist rants???
is it food???
who knows you could probably find a fucking crocodile in there
those moments when straight people assume you’re one of them and you feel like a gay secret agent
it’s an ace case
- me: I'm really enjoying coming up with Maori designs for the Valar.
- Mary: Yeah I really like them.
- me: I have a cool one for Melkor.
- Mary: You should draw him as a british soldier.
- me: *ugly laughing*
When people constantly tell me “old movies are boring.”
"Old movies aren’t funny because they don’t swear."
"There aren’t any cute guys."
"Are you trying to be a hipster or something?"
"its in black and white"
"There’s bad acting"
"the story is pointless"
lets not forget about Cary Grant
I have finally found the most perfect post in the history of Tumblr.
Pros and Cons of Houses
HOW IS EVIL LAUGHTER A CON
Exactly, welcome to Slytherin
Oh, tumblr, with your perfect timing.
One of Our Own
Hey, Pretty Deadly fans!
Our friend Summer — who did the beautiful illustrations of Molly and Johnny that accompanied Chad’s prose stories in volume 1, issues 1 and 2, — was in a bad car accident last week and is now recovering in the hospital.
If you get a chance to drop her a line on Twitter and let her know we wish her well, I’m sure there’d be some good karma in it for you.
She’s here: https://twitter.com/UziSuzuki
Uncanny Magazine Year One Kickstarter
Just last week I was publicly wishing for more SF/F/H short fiction venues. Paying venues.
The single most painful part of my job as editor of Apex Magazine is that I have to reject really good stories. Apex has a budget, and we have limited space, and we simply do not have ROOM to publish all the stories I want to publish.
These are good writers, and good works, and I want them to find a home.
Anonymous said: Out of curiosity, are you a Neil Gaiman fan? (I adore him!) I don't see you really post stuff about him.
I like some of his works, and not others. There are authors I think better of, and authors I think worse of. I respect the space he carved out in SF/F and comics, but don’t think he completed the work.