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The Island Inn from Space

Courtesy of Google Earth. By the way–the deadline has been extended to June 30th!

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It seems the tenth time is the charm! Paul Melko’s consolation prize is that he was elected South/Central Regional Director of SFWA.  This is a three year term.  Poor sucker.

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It’s a Wonderful Town

Off to my old stomping grounds, New York, New York, for the Nebs. Hope to get in interviews with Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden, James Patrick Kelly, Laura J. Mixon, and any others who make there. Viable Paradise is well and ably represented on the Ballot. We have VP instructor Jim Kelly up for his […]

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Jack’s Shack at EoB

Did a post with a fiew pictures about Jack Williamson’s writing shack over at Eat Our Brains (which we mentioned during the Emily Mah interview.) Here’s a picture I didn’t put up.

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VP Meetup in LA

So, as announced in the previous post, I’ll be in LA and it looks like we’re going to try a VP Meetup Saturday at 7pm (April 21st.)  Several people already interested. For more information see the Viable Paradise Yahoo Group.

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Travel to LA

I’m going to be participating in the “Big Read,” an April 21st event put on by the Santa Clarita branches of the Los Angeles County Library System. One of the other panelists is David Barr Kirtley, VP alumnus and published author currently doing graduate work in screenwriting at USC. He’s agreed to do an interview […]

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…bit by bit.

Have completed the Jennifer Pelland and Greg Van Eekhout interviews and will be netcasting them in the next couple of days. Current Nebula Nominee and VP (IV) Alum Paul Melko has agreed to do an interview and we’re working out the timing. — Update:  Make that Current Nebula AND HUGO Nominee, Paul Melko.

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Upcoming Interviews

We’ve suckered talked Greg Van Eekhout (VP III) and Jennifer Pelland (VP VI) into interviews about their VP experience on the ‘cast. Also, keep an eye open for the Radioactive Spider Episode where Jim Macdonald and Debra Doyle reveal the mysterious origins of Viable Paradise deep in the mists of antiquity the nineties.

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