December 3rd, 2010

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Table of Contents for From Nature's Patient Hands

Here is the table of contents for my new book From Nature's Patient Hands: A Collection of Poetry.  It lists all the poems in this book, along with the front and back matter.  Some of these originally appeared on my LJ, some came from in other venues, and some are newly published in the collection.  Poems visible online are linked so you can read them.

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Table of Contents for Prismatica

Here is the table of contents for my new book Prismatica: Science Fiction Poetry Spanning the Spectrum.  It lists all the poems in this book, along with the front and back matter.  Some of these originally appeared on my LJ, some came from other venues, and some are newly published in the collection.  Poems visible online are linked so you can read them.

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Who am I in reflection?

I found this fun meme today. You can use poetry as well as fiction for me, if you wish. *chuckle* If you know why some of this is a trick question, since I've covered it before, you can either ignore that or handle it creatively in your discussion.

Pretend for a minute that the only contact you have ever had with me is through my fiction. We've never exchanged LJ comments or emails, never hung out in chat or on IM, never talked on the phone or met each other at a convention, none of that stuff. The only thing you know about me is the kind of fiction I write. Based on the way I write my characters, and the way they speak, think, and behave, what does that say to you about what kind of person I am, my attitudes and opinions about real-life issues?
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Poetry Books on Your Kindle

minor_architect bought a copy of Prismatica and confirms that the PDF displays just fine on Kindle. (It might take a bit of poking around depending on how you have your device set to receive transmissions, if you're getting the book emailed from me.) So if that's your e-reader of choice, you're good to go with my poetry books. Both Prismatica and From Nature's Patient Hands are available as ebooks in PDF format, for $7 each or $13 for the pair.