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Kat Richardson
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Bestselling author of the Greywalker novels.
Bestselling author of the Greywalker novels.

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Kitsap county and Seattle-area folks who have an interest in the upcoming Fast Foot Ferry between downtown and points West, please take this survey and pass it along to like-minded folks you know. 

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Oh how I wish I had cable TV! (even if it is on at 10 a.m. Eastern time on Sundays.) Congrats to Eddie and the Film Noir Foundation for their upcoming show. If you like films noir and film history, you'll love this.

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Still more workshoppery and stuff: aside from the all-day workshop on character in March, I'll also be workshopping and paneling at Norwescon, along with a bunch of cool authors )( Liz Argall, Curtis Chen, Brenda Cooper, Nancy Kress, Lisa Mantchev, Tod McCoy, Lee Moyer, Evan Peterson, Kate Ristau, Sienna Saint-Cyr, Nisi Shawl, Patrick Swenson, and Mark Teppo.) 

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Still some room for students in my upcoming 1-day character workshop forClarion West. Register soon!


My pseudonym, K. R. Richardson, has had a good day. This turned up on Friday at Publisher's Marketplace (I'm told--I didn't see it) and a shorter version appeared today at Quill & Quire:

K. R. Richardson's novel SCATTERED OBJECTS, a gritty cop drama set in a futuristic, multi-layered and multi-racial society, where an idealistic rookie from a powerful family and the planet’s first cybernetically enhanced forensic investigator from an ethnic under-class must solve a brutal crime, to Rene Sears at Pyr Books, by Sally Harding at The Cooke Agency. (World English)

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The Seattle area has an unusually large number of blind and visually impaired residents, partially due to the number of research programs into blindness, adaptive technologies, and the intersection of blindness and deafness. In spite of that, many blind and visually impaired individuals have difficulty getting a job here and it's much worse in other US cities. It's kind of galling to see someone who wants to work being sneakily kept out of their fields of study or other work by frightened people who don't understand that being blind doesn't make you useless, "difficult," or unqualified.


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Forwarding this open submission call for writers of feminist fiction. Please read all the guidelines, as this anthology is looking for stories that fall outside the "standard" boundaries and their yes/no list is quite specific. http://press.futurefire.net/p/problem-daughters.html

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Hungry Ghosts, @sblackmoore's third Eric Carter book, is finally out! Oh boy, oh boy! Go get it!

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Funniest thing I've read in a while. Even the comments are hilarious! "Good morning and welcome to the Star Fleet's brand-new Leroy Jenkins Center for Eh Fuck It Studies!"

PNW Weather:
Snow: "Apres moi, les deluges."
Rain: "OK!"
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