Check it out for yourself by clicking the link!
Which is the only explanation I have for the glitch that kept today's EATING AUTHORS post from going live nearly nine hours ago like it was supposed to. Those of you familiar with the concept of Klingon "Replacement Proverbs" should assume you've just read one before you proceed.
The rest of you are encouraged to simply follow the link below and check out what this week's guest, Steve McEllistrem, has to say about his most memorable meal.
But all is not lost! Oh my, no. You can still follow the link below and read up on her most memorable meal!
My guest is Jennifer Brozek, editor, RPG writer, and fiction author. Click the link to learn about her most memorable meal.
Let's all just take a deep breath and a step back and relax for a moment by clicking on the following link to read about this week's EATING AUTHORS guest, Sara Stamey, and her thoughts on her most memorable meal. Okay?
Drop by and find out why it's all about the meat!
And, while you're checking things, follow the link below to check out Josh Vogt's most memorable meal; he's this week's guest over at EATING AUTHORS.
How's that for a sweet segue?
Wow, who knew I was such a morning person?
Anyway, if that all seems a bit too much, no worries. You can ease into the day (and the week, if need be) by following the link below and reading about what this week's EATING AUTHORS guest, Matthew Kressel, says is his most memorable meal.
In addition to following the link below to visit EATING AUTHORS and learn about her most memorable meal, this would also be a good time for you to order the excellent book, LAST SONG BEFORE NIGHT
Join me at 7pm on Wednesday, January 20th at
Barnes & Noble
1805 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
NB: Plans that I arrive riding on the back of an elephant are apt to fall through, owing to the likelihood that the signing will take place on the bookstore's 3rd floor and the inability of the elephant to fit in the elevator or navigate the escalator. I share your disappointment.
- Hypnosis4WritersHypnotist, present
- Buffalogic, Inc.Author, present
- Paper Golem LLCPublisher, present
- Wedge Medical CenterChief Compliance Officer, present
I'm also the founder and director of the Klingon Language Institute, which has been a very wild ride. More recently, I began a speculative fiction small press, Paper Golem, aimed at serving the niche of up-and-coming new writers as well as providing a market for novellas.
In 2007, I was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer; in 2010 I received a Hugo nomination for best short story; in 2013 I garnered a Nebula nomination for best novella. In fiction I'm probably most known for the series of stories, novelettes, and novels about the Amazing Conroy and his buffalo dog companion, Reggie.
I live near Philadelphia with my wife, Valerie, who is neither a psychologist nor a Klingon speaker.
If you add me, you'll go into my Unknown Follower circle until I hear from you with some idea which of the above (and it can be more than one) you're better suited to.
- Kansas State UniversityPsychology, 1985 - 1987
- Kansas State UniversityPsychology, 1983 - 1985
- California State University, NorthridgePsycholinguistics, 1979 - 1983
- University of California, Santa CruzPsychology, 1977 - 1978
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The Overview. Jay Lake is an award-winning American author of ten science fiction novels and over 300 short stories. He is also one of more