After my story got published at Asimov’s last month, I did a short interview with them about the story. Check it out. https://fromearthtothestars.com/2020/02/05/qa-with-b-s-donovan/
This is my first publication in a professional magazine. And this is the physical copy. And it feels so… real. It’s finally tangible. And the feeling is amazing.
I’m reading a book, basically a transcription of stories told on the Moth stage. One story kind of hit hard. Let me quote it here. Western mental health workers who came here [East Africa] immediately after the genocide, and we had to ask some of them to leave.” I said, “What was the problem?” And … More Moth Wisdom
In 2016, I joined a writers group so I could flex my old dream into maybe more than a hobby. Writing. The long-term dream is still there, but the skill is not much more than a hobby. I’ve published one short story and sold another (still not published, but sold, I cashed the check). Over … More My New Pen
Book Review The Postman By David Brin Note: I spoil. That said, the novel is over 30 years old, so if you haven’t read it, where have you been for the last several decades? Tropes abound in post-holocaust fiction. The struggle against the fall into chaos. A man (or woman, but let’s face it, usually … More Book Review – The Postman
Book Review Rogue Protocal By Martha Wells I spoil. This is a 150 page story, the 3rd in a 4-book series. The second book felt a little pricey. The last 3 were released in May, August, and October, 2018. So it’s a 600 page novel split into four full-priced morsels. I’m certain that I’ve detected … More Book Review – Rogue Protocal
Book Review Six Wakes By Mur Lafferty I don’t always buy every book that’s nominated for the Hugo best novel, but I do check them out to see if they appeal. In 2018, the nominees were: The Stone Sky, by N.K. JemisinThe Collapsing Empire, by John ScalziProvenance, by Ann LeckieSix Wakes, by Mur LaffertyRaven Stratagem, … More Book Review – Six Wakes