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WEBSITE UPDATE 2/12/2017 ED BRYANT’S DEATH I got really sad news on Friday–Edward Bryant, my dear friend and fellow SF writer, had died. I say “sad” rather than “terrible” because he had been ill for a very long time, struggling … Continue reading
Connie recently was interview for the “Report from Santa Fe” show on public television. It is now available to view online here.
A few years ago I discovered a book called A CHRISTMAS CRACKER, which its author described as a collection of entries from his commonplace book. I didn’t know what that was, but when I looked up the definition, I realized … Continue reading
A few years back I wrote a novella called “All Seated on the Ground,” about an alien invasion in which the aliens didn’t attack or try to take over the planet or even demand, “Take me to your leader”–they just … Continue reading
THE TURING LAW I just read that the British Parliament is moving forward with a bill which will pardon thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of homosexuality. (The actual crimes they were charged with ranged from buggery … Continue reading
Episode 285 of The Coode Street Podcast interviews Connie Willis about Crosstalk, which is now out in the U. K. and Australia. And there’s also a new interview on Goodreads with Connie.
WEBSITE UPDATE–“SILENT NIGHT” I got a great e-mail from Mylinda Hull, a Broadway actress living in Brooklyn who had played Anytime Annie in the 2001 revival of 42nd Street (reprinted here with her permission): “My name is Mylinda Hull and … Continue reading
WEBSITE UPDATE–MARCH 30, 2016 by Connie Willis April Fool’s Day is Friday, and I’ve already begun bracing myself for it, not because I don’t love April Fool’s jokes but because I don’t want to fall for them. Especially NPR’s April … Continue reading
Connie Willis and her daughter, Cordelia, will be doing programming at Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention happening this coming weekend (Aug 19-23) in Spokane, Washington. Connie’s schedule on the Sasquan Web Site Cordelia’s Schedule on the Sasquan Web … Continue reading