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Letters from Proxima Thule

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Yeah, Scalzi and I talked about you a bit at the Phoenix Comicon. We agree that you rock our world. ;)

I am aghast and immensely thrilled that such a conversation took place. PCC was clearly the place to be, man.

Palimpsest really is made of win many times over. Congrats!


And, stupid question, could you define dark fantasy as opposed to normal fantasy?

Also, I've got a poem that got what I'm interpreting as a positive rejection from Goblin Fruit (engaging, not fantastical enough). Worth a try?

Anything's worth a try.

Dark fantasy has elements of horror to it--of, you know, darkness. Taboo subjects, strong sexuality or violence, fear, boundary-crossing stuff.

Congratulations! It's an excellent award for an excellent book.

Thumbs way, way, WAY up.

I may be submitting some stuff to Apex in the near future. I hope I pass the audition. :D

Congratulations. The bisexuality and polyamory in Palimpsest made me so happy- it was so nice reading a book where being queer was the norm and accepted.

Congratulations! That's wonderful. :D

Congratulations, and welcome to the terrifying, horrifying, stressful, exhilarating, and altogether insane world of editing. It's a trip.

Congratulations! That's great news!

*crazy running around and whooping activity* XD


Wow -- Mega Conga Rats on the Lambda! This is quite the banner year for you and your works.

Dr. Phil

And in honor of your new editorship, I have taken your new guidelines to heart and just sent you the story "it scared you (me) to write".

Enjoy wading through the slush!

Dr. Phil

This is fantastic! Congratulations!

Congratulations, I'm so glad you got this well-deserved award and had so much fun getting it.

Edited at 2010-06-02 01:53 am (UTC)

Congratulations! For the record, that was one of the things that I loved best about the book, how many of the characters' bisexuality was accepted and included, and yes, how it didn't cause their tragic and immediate deaths or their social freakish outcastness. Hooray, go you!

I hope that you enjoy your gig as an editor!


*ahem* you has awesome.

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