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Daniel Ausema
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writer, stay-at-home dad
writer, stay-at-home dad

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On a Panel at Comic Con, Fort Collins
I've been invited to be on a panel at the Fort Collins Comic Con in two weeks, along with some other local writers. I don't even know who else will be there with me yet, but it should be a fun time. Old Firehouse Books , a local bookstore in Old Town here, ...
On a Panel at Comic Con, Fort Collins
On a Panel at Comic Con, Fort Collins
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A pair of reprints
In the first three years of the magazine Diabolical Plots, I had stories in two (years 2 and 3). Now Diabolical Plots has released collections of all those short stories from the first three years. Diabolical Plots: The First Years includes my story "The Bl...
A pair of reprints
A pair of reprints
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Children at the borders
How is this even an issue? I wrote a big post about all the ways immigration, walls, and borders have shown up in my writing--and how it's affected me personally and many people I know or am related to/descended from. About, as well, my work with children i...
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Silk Betrayal is certified for Underground Reviews
I haven't used the Underground Reviews site in the past, so I'm not entirely familiar with how they work. But their focus is on smaller, independent presses and self-published books. To make sure they get books that aren't just tossed onto Amazon without th...
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Doppelganger Showdown
My mid-grade/YA short story "Doppelganger Showdown" is in this issue of Frostfire Worlds . My contributor copy recently arrived, so here's what it looks like in the wild. The story has a variety of inspirations, including my own daughter and the take on fai...
Doppelganger Showdown
Doppelganger Showdown
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World Book Day, Spain
World Book Day doesn't seem to get a lot of attention here in the US, at least not in places where I've lived. It is an internationally recognized day, though, and I remember it being a big event in Spain. I was always told the date was chosen because April...
World Book Day, Spain
World Book Day, Spain
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Featured on my local library's blog
A couple of months ago, someone from my local library reached out to me about being featured on the library's blog. Last summer I had added Spire City, Season 1 to the library's offerings, through a program for self-published books. So they wanted to ask me...
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Guest post: Lindsey Duncan
Earlier this month I had the honor of visiting Lindsey's blog to talk about the origin of The Silk Betrayal . And how it's her turn to come visit over here. Her SF novel Scylla and Charybdis has just been released. I read the opening chapter(s?) some years ...
Guest post: Lindsey Duncan
Guest post: Lindsey Duncan
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Catching up, "Gasps of the Scaled City"
Another story that came out earlier this year was "Gasps of the Scaled City" in Weird City #2 . This story takes a very surreal image--a city that is built into (and out of) a gigantic fish, its scales teased upward into the houses and buildings of the city...
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Welcome to Pacific City!
For a third iteration in a row, I have a story in SFFWorld's yearly (ish) anthology series. This year they created a shared world of heroes and villains (super and otherwise) set in an imaginary city on North America's western coast, Welcome to Pacific City...
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