- New headshot.She has a full bowl of clean water in the house. Just saying. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSad about how much rain we've had lately. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSleeping hard after a full day at the doggy day care. #doggo #dogsofinstagramDog ball. #dogballI get it, @krogerco, you're trying to show us a guy with hair on his arms, but it just looks like he's extruding maggots from his skin.
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Climate change brought on by an ‘event’ leads to a sort of Mad Max future, with nomaid communities of desert-adapted vehicles/ships forming, the better to protect themselves and to seek water. A tight drama is enacted, with a bit of … Continue reading
“Bring on the Rain” by Josh Roseman takes place sometime in the mid-22nd Century, years after Earth had been hit for two days by a solar flare, killing three-quarters of the population and rendering all the surface water undrinkable. William … Continue reading
“Bring on the Rain”, originally published in the July issue of Asimov’s, has been reprinted in audio form by StarShipSofa. I was asked to narrate the story as well – it’s a new experience, narrating my own stuff – and, … Continue reading
The standouts for me were Rusch, Spinrad, and Josh Roseman. Being mentioned in company like that still makes me squee a little. Okay, more than a little. Back For More:–July Asimov’s – The Magazine – Asimovs.com Forums
Use of the present tense in narrative writing is generally a technique of the avant-garde, but here in “Bring On the Rain” it’s put to its use in a piece of military-oriented fiction, seeming either out of place or too … Continue reading