There is a guitar on the ISS, designed for playing in Zero Gravity. I wrote a story about this (available on Smashwords for the Kindle and other eReaders) called “Unplugged“.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Does it bother anyone else that the Google Doodle for Hertz’s 155th birthday is not a sine wave? They used half circles, some distorted, to create a sine-wave looking thing, but a true sine wave crosses the x axis at a 45 degree angle. I suppose using the half circle is a cheap way of […]
The SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America) has decided that a professional sale is one that pays more the 5 cents a word, totals more than $50 and is to a science fiction or fantasy magazine that has been in operation more than a year. I sold my story “Finny Moon” to Lore […]
Andre Norton – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
I’ve had a story idea for a while. It is based on a an O Henry story, but one of his early westerns. I think it would translate well into Science Fiction. I think this is the missing piece.
I’ve been reading Jim Shannon’s blog for a few years now. His life parallels mine in a few ways (except he’s from Canada), including adopting cats. He has a small apartment, and I have a small house and each of us has more cats than we need. Unfortunately with cats, they have short lives and […]
I have seen the honey bee dance that is used by bees to tell each other how to find flowers. A bee returns to the hive with a load of nectar and dances around in a circle and then moves, wagging back and forth in the direction of the source of the nectar. The bee […]