Archive for October, 2012

October 26, 2012

Fish Eats Lion

Fish Eats Lion is an anthology of speculative fiction published by Singapore’s Math Paper Press.  The anthology will include my short story “Rewrites.”  Unfortunately, I won’t be in Singapore for the launch on Nov 4, but if you are there, perhaps you’d like to stop in on the event.

The launch will be a part of the Singapore Writers Festival, held on 4 November at 4:00 p.m. in the ilovebooks.com Pavilion. There will be five readers whose work appears in the anthology, Victor Ocampo, Andrew Cheah, Noelle de Jesus, Wei Fen Lee, and Marc de Faoite.

October 14, 2012

Shanghai Launch of Voices of the Elders

Voices of the Elders will be launched in Shanghai on November 3. The event will be held at Wharf 1846, at 601 Waima Lu.   The reading will begin at 4pm.

Feel free to come and bring your friends.  The event is open to everyone.

 

October 1, 2012

Hit or Miss, September 2012

Here’s what I’ve been reading and viewing for the past month.  (You can click on the links for short reviews or comments I’ve left elsewhere.)

Hits

  • Zoheleth (J. Francis Hudson)
  • Northern Girls (Sheng Keyi)
  • A Short History of Nearly Everything (Bill Bryson)
  • Icarus Airlines (Taylor Mali)
  • Vulcan’s Workshop (Harl Vincent)
  • The Plague (Albert Camus)
  • Hachi (movie)
  • From the Cables of Genoside (Lorna Dee Cerventes)
  • Source Code (movie)
  • Moneyball (movie)
  • Player Piano (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.)
  • White Deer Plain (movie)
  • Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (onstage)
  • Orlando (Virginia Woolf)
  • Edgar Allan Poe Collection
  • Six Degrees of Separation (John Guare)

Along with the most recent issues of several magazines, including:  Beyond Centauri, Star*Line

Misses

  • none!

Neither Hit Nor Miss

  • The Future of Ice (Gretel Ehrlich) – this one is hard to rate, because there were things I loved and things I loathed

So how was September reading and viewing for you?