The final season of Game of Thrones is about to begin in Fairbanks, Alaska and, thanks to modern technology, in a few other places as well. My Sunday dinner gang of 10 has been getting together since the show began, eating, talking, debating our way through the books and episodes… And did I say eating?Read More
All Things Alaska, from a writer's point of view.
Are you a fiction writer? Speculative fiction? Do you live in Alaska or the Pacific Northwest?
Attend NORWESTCON in Seattle and try this: Feeling brave? Want to see how your work-in-progress holds up in a cold read? Send the first page of your manuscript to email@example.com to have it anonymously read aloud and critiqued by a panel of pros on Saturday.Read More
I'm looking forward to two events to welcome our Interior Alaska (eventually) coming spring. On March first, for First Friday, I'll be signing books from 5 till 8 pm at Alaskana Raven Books & Things in the Co-op Plaza. Check it out if you haven't been there before; it's a treasure trove of all things Alaska and a great place to find that one special book you've been looking for.
Then, on Saturday, March 2, at 7:00 pm in the Bear Gallery at Pioneer Park, I'm honored to be reading along with David Marusek. I consider David the finest science fiction writer in the state, and we're lucky to have this opportunity to hear him read from the newly released second book in his series, Upon This Rock.Read More
The 21st Farthest North Jewish Film festival kicks off tonight with The War and the Peace, from France. It's been an amazing run, and I'm proud to have been part of it all these years. Here's the poster I made, with the schedule and information about the films. This year's selections are from France, Netherlands, Russia and the Ukraine, Canada and the USA, Israel and Palestine. Comedies and drama, documentaries and shorts-- hope you can catch a few, all at Alaska Coffee Roasters on Geist Road in Fairbanks.Read More
I’ve been reading Andromeda Romano-Lax’s blog in 49 Writers, Back in Print, Part II: Re-publishing your out-of-print book in digital format, and it reminded me that I have my own self-publishing story to tell. It’s mostly a how-to and if you’re interested, I hope you’ll read on.Read More
Yup. I did it. I found the perfect fit for my nerdy-wanna-be-alter-ego... Superhero Yoga is highly recommended, but an hour with the Norse Sword, Shield and Tactical Combat team made my day...Read More
Book Week isn't over, in Fairbanks or across the state. There are still more ways to celebrate and more books to read and author's to discover.
The Fairbanks Arts Association’s October literary reading features best-selling outdoors writer and photographer Nick Jans, reading from his book The Giant’s Hand: A Life in Arctic Alaska.Read More