Newsletter August 2017

Aug. 14th, 2017 06:03 am
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Posted by Keira Marcos

The summer passed by quickly, right? I think the July challenge went very well on Rough Trade and you can read my series, Revenant, on the site until October 1st when it will be deleted in the site clean off. I'll be working on the series off-line from now on and the episodes will be put on my own site as they leave beta.

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The Looking Glass

Aug. 16th, 2017 04:24 pm
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Title: The Looking Glass Series: Hold My Coffee Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis Relationship: Meredith McKay/John Sheppard Genre: Romance, Rule 63, Alternate Universe Word Count: 10,830 Summary: Things in Pegasus take a sharp, unexpected turn shortly after their arrival.

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August 16th, 2017: I have deployed EACH of these successfully! Nothing can ever go wrong with these phrases; it is a science fact.

– Ryan

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August 14th, 2017: Sorry if Star Trek isn't actually about stars treking all over people!! I'm PRETTY SURE it is though

– Ryan

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August 11th, 2017: Sorry if Lord of the Rings isn't actually about lording rings over people!! I'm PRETTY SURE it is though

– Ryan

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No. 30: on pretending that

All hell breaks loose, but first: some blood is shed, some words are said, and a vase is broken. “It is born; it will in time die.” 36 pages with color cover. $3.00 plus shipping and handling.

the Locomotive – majestic Generosity – Becker’s eyes – a Simple plan – spruce, mahogany, Iron & pine – what Nobody said – the Likes of them – “Oh” – how Does she Ever – blood & water, Lilies, glass – the Point of dreams – the Garbage Bag – the Towers, the Hills, the Sun – not yet a Dozen – Her sword – the Riches of the City – Peabo’s leaf spring – “It’s all good” – the Alarm clock

parenting for teens for parents

Aug. 7th, 2017 12:00 am
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August 7th, 2017: We are in the middle of PARENTS WEEK at Dinosaur Comics! I don't have no kids but I still wrote some parenting advice comics for you so I'm sure that's awesome!!

– Ryan

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Imagine, a few decades after the big changes, say, in the 2090s, when ordinary people have access to nanotech (the way today every fourth or fifth homeless guy wears a Walkman with sound quality that would have blasted a 1950s “Hi-Fi” enthusiast right out of his rumpus room). Suppose you could carry in a toothpaste tube the nanotech stuff to build a pretty decent one or two room house out of whatever junk happened to be lying around. And suppose that, after you were finished with it, the stuff went back into the toothpaste tube of its own accord so that you could use it again. Press, squeeze, and you’re a little less homeless—at least for the night. As ever, though, I imagine the police will still come by early in the morning with toothpaste tubes of their own, full of foam specially programmed to disassemble the hastily constructed shelters back into junk; and the again-homeless will be told to move on.

Samuel R. Delany

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August 4th, 2017: Thus begins PARENTS WEEK at Dinosaur Comics! I don't have no kids but I still wrote some parenting advice comics for you so I'm sure that's awesome!!

– Ryan