Author Archives: Gregory Gadow

A few updates

I’ve not been very good about blogging, so let me update. The Longest Night trilogy has been put on the back burner for now. The worldbuilding will not go to waste, however: I have started work on a stand-alone novel, … Continue reading

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My panelist schedule for Sasquan (Worldcon 73)

I am very excited to be a panelist at my first Worldcon! It’s in Spokane this year, August 19 through 23. If you are there, stop in to the panels I will be on. Edit: I’ve been added to the … Continue reading

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My panelist schedule for Norwescon 38

I am head of Stage Management this year and I am editor/publisher for the Daily Zine, so when you catch a glimpse of me running around with a panicked look on my face, you will know why. Fortunately, I will … Continue reading

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Divine Duds

She held up the dress and smiled. Despite the conservative cut, it covered only three dimensions: not exactly boardroom attire but it would serve to keep the Old Boys off balance until after the vote. Perfect. Tossing it onto Her … Continue reading

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National Novel Writing Month is here!

I haven’t been making as much progress on my novel as I had been hoping, so I’ve signed up with National Novel Writing Month to help keep me on track. The challenge is to write 50,000 words of a new … Continue reading

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International Blasphemy Day

Blasphemy Rights Day International is observed September 30. It promotes the idea that one should be allowed to examine, discuss, even criticize, religious beliefs and practices exactly as if it were any other topic. Sadly, in much of the world, … Continue reading

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Code Like a Pirate: Arrr!

Goodness, I has been a while. Ok, here is a little something for Talk Like a Pirate Day. Or as I like to call it, Code Like A Pirate Day. And so I present to you the language Arrr! The … Continue reading

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UPDATED! My panelist schedule for Detcon

I will be at Detcon 1 from July 17 through July 20. I’ve even been given panels! My final (for the moment) schedule is: Panel Fri 15:00Ambassador Salon 2 Current Voices: LGBT Authors & Artists Our panelists discuss and recommend … Continue reading

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Apocalypse

Martial law and the vaccine had been successful, and the remnant of humanity danced in the street at the destruction of the last monster. But beneath their feet, the virus had found a new host. The city’s vast population of … Continue reading

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Progress!

A few weeks ago, I got laid off from my job. For most of the almost 18 years I was with the company, I was the in-house developer for the desktop applications we used in the back office, and the … Continue reading

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