Things Greeting Cards Debut at the Locus Awards

Things Greeting Cards Debut at the Locus Awards

At long last “a sad” greeting cards are for sale. They will debut this Saturday at the Locus Awards signing this weekend at the Best Western Executive Inn at 200 Taylor Avenue North, Seattle WA 98109. The signing is a short window, but check out who will be there! Saturday 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.: Autographing session with books available for purchase thanks to University Book Store. Signers include Liz Argall, Greg Bear, Annie Bellet, Robert Jackson Bennett, Neil Clarke,…

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Wiscon in images

Wiscon in images

Illustrations kindly signed by their subjects Kelly Sue DeConnick Amal El-Mohtar Wangangresse – Spells and Skin Talk Kiini Ibura Salaam, Andrea D. Hairston, Pan Morigan, Sheree Renee Thomas Revenge of Mecha Miscreants and Municipal Mysticism Mark Oshiro, Annalee Newitz, Charlie Jane Anders, Sunny Moraine, Claire Light Burning up on Re-entry Kat Tanaka Okopnik, Jed Hartman, Benjamin Rosenbaum, David J. Schwartz, Eugene Fischer

See you at Wiscon?

See you at Wiscon?

I’m resting up (and working away) in Chicago until we head over to Wiscon in Madison Wisconsin, for a most excellent convention (and then I head home and swear never to leave the house again, until next time). I’ll be around the con (I need to figure out how to print more Things stuff as I ran out at the Nebs) but there will be two places in particular you should look for me. First is the FRIDAY NIGHT UNCANNY…

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Nebula Awards wrap up

Nebula Awards wrap up

The Nebula awards were hosted in Pittburgh this year and once again I was delighted by the proceedings. These were my third Nebulas and it’s been so interesting seeing how they have grown and developed. My most distinct memory of Nebulas 2015 was David Hartwell chuckling with delight to see all these new young people (young in writer age and mixed bag in terms of physical age) turning up. 2016 built on what came before and turned itself into a…

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Will I see you at Norwescon?

Will I see you at Norwescon?

Happy 40th birthday  Norwescon! Norwescon this year is on April 13–16 at SeaTac, WA Come say hi, I’ll be on programming, running a workshop for anyone who wants to create comics and my autograph session will be on Saturday. Make sure you pop by the autograph session if you would like me to draw a Things sketch for you, it’s always lovely to meet folks who love the comic. Thursday Escher Girls & the Hawkeye Initiative 9:00pm – 10:00pm @…

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Mayara responds to “Monster Girls Don’t Cry” by Merc Rustad

Mayara responds to “Monster Girls Don’t Cry” by Merc Rustad

Mayara, the tamarin the size of a tamarind seed, brings you her response to “Monster Girls Don’t Cry” by Merc Rustad over at Uncanny Magazine. Go check it out! “Monster Girls Don’t Cry” contained a lot of what I was soul food to me when I was teen, speculative fiction with enough teeth, hope and strength. It reminded me of what Merc has said about her mission and vision when she writes stories (you can read more about that from…

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e-postcards from the Things

e-postcards from the Things

Subscribing is definitely the best way to make sure you get a hug for your pocket, but you can have a sneak peak at today’s e-postcard and look at last fortnight’s postcard if you what to check out our newest work in progress http://eepurl.com/ctLf3T And apologies for the dark blue urls! I shall fix the template!    

Tomorrow I send out my first e-postcard!

Tomorrow I send out my first e-postcard!

Would you like to join us? Would you like to feel more nourished as you make, create and re-find the spark? I’d like to send you electronic postcards – nuggets of wisdom, sketches, reflections on the craft, and a guarantee you’ll never miss another Things comic. You don’t even need a stamp. Liz and Things, words to lift you in the good times and sit with you in the bad. Sign up now! You found us! * indicates required Email…

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Orycon, availability, and a boost for your own creative process

Orycon, availability, and a boost for your own creative process

Home from Orycon It filled me with so much joy to see old friends and meet new fans. You guys inspire me and I will try to work harder for you every day. We have some challenging years ahead of us and it will be important to find a multitude of ways to bring the awesome. I was impressed by the quality of conversations in many spaces at Orycon and I hope to be back next year. Available for commissions,…

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