John Scalzi is one of the most popular and acclaimed SF authors to emerge in the last decade. His debut, Old Man's War, won him science fiction's John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. His New York Times bestsellers include The Last Colony, Fuzzy Nation, Lock In, and also Redshirts, which won 2013's Hugo Award for Best Novel. Material from his widely read blog Whatever has also earned him two other Hugo Awards. He lives in Ohio with his wife and daughter.
My view for the evening, at The Adventure Zone event in Cincy. I got to make static noises! https://t.co/FUJTgwz3K5
by @scalzi - an hour ago
DON'T PATRONIZE ME, GOOGLE ASSISTANT https://t.co/1dhtJ3YXqI
by @scalzi - 2 hours ago
Cloud break. Or soybean break, your choice. https://t.co/SqkkVrcn5V
by @scalzi - 5 hours ago
Good stuff here about being a working fiction writer today. https://t.co/2fLJ18qgMF
by @scalzi - 6 hours ago
RT @IreneGallo: We are looking to hire a senior designer specializing in young adult SFF. If you have some YA book cover experience and are…
In one of my occasional attempts to make this particular account not entirely about my career, pleas...
by @scalzi - 13 days ago
The great science fiction writer Harlan Ellison died this morning. I have a piece about him up at th...
by @scalzi - 20 days ago
The Collapsing Empire just won the Locus Award for Science Fiction Novel, 2018. I'm delighted. I pos...
by @scalzi - 25 days ago
Now that my brain is no longer the consistency of cottage cheese, I've written a bit about writing T...
by @scalzi - 29 days ago
This morning around six or so I completed The Consuming Fire, which is the follow-up to The Collapsi...
by @scalzi - one month ago
You Deserve A Flower - 12 minutes ago
Hey everyone, you all deserve a flower! What for? For whatever you think you did well on this week! Maybe you cleaned your room for the first time in months, maybe you did really awesome at your job recently, or perhaps you drew a really pretty picture. Whatever small or big thing you accomplished this […]
View From a Hotel Window, 7/18/18 : Cincinnati - 7 hours ago
I’m doing a thing this evening in Cincinnati, and usually when I’m in Cincy I head home because it’s drivable, but tomorrow I’m doing a thing in Kentucky, so it made sense to stay here in town. And then on Friday I head to Cleveland for another thing! I am just doing a lot of […]
The Big Idea: Nicole Kornher-Stace - 10 hours ago
Nicole Kornher-Stace has some esoteric random influences for her novel Latchkey, which include a classic philosophical work, a popular video game… and a disease. Well, sort of for the last one. Here she is to sort it all out. NICOLE KORNHER-STACE: When I was eight years old, I had a teacher with advanced chronic Lyme […]
Sunset 7/17/18 - 23 hours ago
Or, as I noted elsewhere: “Tonight’s Sunset as a Hotel Room Painting.” I think I could get at $25 for this! Here’s what it look like zoomed out a bit: We do have pretty skies here, I have to say.
The Big Idea: James Patrick Kelly - yesterday
Today, Hugo and Nebula Award winner James Patrick Kelly is here to tell you why you need more short stories in your reading diet. And coincidentally, The Promise of Space and Other Stories, his latest collection of short stories, just happens to be out! JAMES PATRICK KELLY: I rise in defense of the humble short […]