There’s an interview with me at WIRED on Geek Dad where I talk about puppery, SFWA, Shades of Milk and Honey and writing in general. The article is in the Geeks of Note category, which is really kind of cool.
Charlie Jane Anders at io9 asked me and three other SF writers to talk about their experiences in the arts. She’s got Audrey Niffenegger, Rudy Rucker and Stephen Stanley each discussing how their art intersects with their writing. It’s interesting to me to see how much we have in common and how much we differ in how we approach both.
It’s a great examination of art and the creative process, and what it feels like to be an artist who’s looked at merely as a curiosity or as a momentary amusement for child barbarians. And art as a containment device for impotent rage.
Also, you have to check out the illustration that goes with the review.
(Tor Books – July 14 2020) Mary Robinette Kowal continues her Hugo and Nebula award-winning Lady Astronaut series, following The Calculating Stars and The Fated Sky, with The Relentless Moon. The Earth is coming to the boiling point as the climate disaster of the Meteor strike becomes more and more clear, but the political situation is already overheated. Riots and […]