This week on the Oddcast, Nebula-award-winning science fiction author James Patrick Kelly talks to us about the rewards of writing short stories, of braided novels and collaborations, and of the creative method by which he’s brought out his latest novel, Mother Go, through Audible.
Last night’s reading at the KGB Bar was a terrific good time for me. I thank Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel for arranging this; people like Rick Bowes and John Kwok for being on hand (and Liz Gorinsky–Happy Hugo night, Liz!); but most of all, the pleasure of reading alongside Rajan Khanna, whose previous two books I will now perforce go out and find. I took just one shot of Raj reading, but it turned out nice and impressionistic…as if Edward Hopper painted it. (Hope Elizabeth likes it, too.)
Come to the KGB Bar for an evening of fantastical readings.