Instead, allow me to introduce you to this week's EATING AUTHORS guest, Brian Niemeier. Brian kicks off this year's series of Campbell Award nominee meals. Follow the link below to read his.
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.
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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