Today’s Magic District was originally the subject of some great plans when I came up with the idea. Great plans. Unfortunately, the plans were utter crap, so I went with a list of What I’ve Learned From Fiction About Weddings.
And yes, as it says, I’ll be getting married this weekend, so expect sparse blogging. Sparser. Anyway.
So, following those lines, here are a few important questions:
No teapot this week — and yes, I’ve been lax on that score for a while. But since I’ve been neglecting my blogging in general, why should the teapots escape?
(Yes, the correct answer there is “because they’re teapots.” We’ll just skim over that for now, shall we?)
Instead, I have an announcement: My story “When the Gentlemen Go By” has been selected to be in Best Horror of the Year 1. This is just awesome — I loved writing this story, and I’m honored it was chosen. And the book looks pretty cool, too — I mean, take a look at this:
So, no teapots today. Horror instead!
I’ve been really lousy about blogging lately, and I promise I’ll have more up soon (I’ve got a couple of announcements, and then there’s the Wiscon-is-awesome statement, and…yeah, way too much stuff). As both excuse and explanation, I present this week’s Magic District post: In which I steal an old post.