For your comic-y pleasure.
Benazir Bhutto assassinated Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in the wake of a suicide bombing that killed at least 14 of her supporters, doctors, a spokesman for her party and other officials said. Bhutto suffered bullet wounds in the aftermath of
The third and final part of the Fantasy Literature Roundtable is up today at Fantasy magazine. (Read parts One and Two as well.) In this section the panelists recommended several excellent fantasy books by and about People of Color. I made a list of the
Oh look at me being politically correct! And warring on Christmas! Just a quick note to say Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Go Kwanzaa, Up With Solstice, and other festival greetings to my readers. I hope you’re all safe, loved, and happy this season.
The holidays are a crazy busy time for me because I work for a fashion magazine and, of course, we’re spending all of our time trying to get people to buy things. It’s the kind of work that makes me hate the holidays. It also
Ike Turner is gone. Predictably, people can’t stop talking about That Movie and about Tina. One thing I keep hearing is that, though Ike was a great musician and pioneer, all people can talk about is his abusive nature and drug habit. What a shame
A little over a year ago I met a writer named Catherynne Valente at an SF con. Since then I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know one of the most amazing people on the planet and acquainting myself with her fabulous fiction. My favorite
A meditation on what governments get up to during war time. Most American adults are aware that, back during World War 2, our government rounded up Japanese immigrants and Japanese-Americans and put them in internment camps. But were you aware of who the government chose