Laura Anne

Norwescon 2022 has decided to use a hybrid format for this year’s convention,  limiting in-person membership to allow for social distancing, and allowing those who don’t feel comfortable attending in person just yet to view panels.  It’s not the interactive convention of our dreams (yet) but hopefully tech (and finances) will allow that to be […]

Give Me Lights

Occasionally while in the car I play CD Roulette, pulling something at blind random out of the multi-case and playing it.  This morning on my way down to visit a friend, the CD that came up was Styx’s “Cornerstone.”  And the first song that came up was “Lights.” Instantly, I was transported back to when […]

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

Keeping an eye on the Politico scoreboard, mainly out of historical habit, I guess. Trump and Biden are both at 49.4% in Georgia. Yes, we have Stacey Abrams to thank for much of this, but I’d like to think that John Lewis is kicking some conscience-ass, too. .7% difference between them in Pennsylvania. Yes, point-seven. […]

It feels odd, in the middle of *makes helpless gesture at America* all this to be talking about new books, but it’s maybe also exactly when we need to talk about new books? Or, in this case, the return of an older book. And one with unexpected relevance to current* days. Because BRING IT ON, […]