Gakked from my darling wife, the first of the end of the year round-ups:
Post the first line of the first blog entry for each month:
January: Check it out! The first issue of new magazine Sci Phi Journal, with stories by the likes of Stephen Dedman, Geoffrey Maloney, and yours truly.
February: It had to happen: the A-Boy turned 15 on Saturday, and for his present, we acceded to his desire to invite a whole bunch of friends to go paint-balling.
March: So we’re back, after a week in Snoozing-By-Sea.
April: According to Westnet, yesterday’s welcome-to-the-run-up-to-winter thunderstorms knocked out our local server, and they’ve no idea when it will be back on line.
May: The Katharine Susannah Prichard Speculative Fiction Awards 2008
June: One of the most outlandishly talented of my Clarion South students, Peter Ball (he of the unicorn porn physics) has a story up at Fantasy Magazine this week.
July: Goddamn, it’s been a year for losing genius’. Now George Carlin is dead, aged 71.
August: This Sunday, 17th August, at 3pm, the Chairperson of KSP, the CEO of the Shire of Mundaring and the Competition Judge – that would be me – will present the awards to the winners of the KSP Speculative Fiction Competition.
September: From their weekend trip to their Nanna’s, my cool kids:
October: Seanie, you’re my best and oldest friend, and you know how it is: some days, you don’t choose the music, it chooses you.
What does it all mean? Write your answers on the back of a brick marked What Does It All mean? and send it to anybody but me….