A new interview with me is now out in a book of interviews conducted by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, How Geek Girls Will Rule the World, and it's available here. Other writers interviewed are Esther Friesner, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Anne Rice, and Lisa Tuttle. The book can also be purchased in paperback and as an e-book at Amazon.
...and I haven't abandoned this blog. After filing my taxes, I'll be back when there's something to report or post about. In the meantime, if anyone is interested in signed and inscribed mint copies of first editions of my books in hardcover or paperback, please let me know, and here's how to do so: just scroll down for info.
I will be speaking at the Mamaroneck Public Library in Mamaroneck, New York on March on Sunday, March 24th, at 2:00 PM. For more information, contact the library's Teen Room at (914) 630-5875 or Linda Bhandari at (914) 630-5890. The library's site is here and information about its programs, including this appearance, is here.
As a girl, Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote to NASA asking how to become an astronaut, only to receive a reply saying that NASA wasn’t accepting women as astronauts. This was the tale that inspired my 1999 alternate history story “Hillary Orbits Venus,” which is now available in e-form in Wildside Press’s Sixth Science Fiction Megapack, which also includes stories by Nancy Kress, Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, Samuel R. Delany, George Zebrowski, and more. And it’s a bargain at the price.