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Friday, March 23, 2007

It’s been five years since the publication of The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer, and that fundraiser has started selling again! Here’s an early news item about the book’s creation: Bookflash: Writers Uniting Against Cancer.

Monday, March 19, 2007

Visit Blackfeet Indian History to learn about Blackfeet Indians and other Native Americans. Bill Wetzel, one of the authors of The Acorn Gathering, is a Blackfeet Indian and wrote about reservation life in one of the stories he contributed to that collection.

Friday, March 16, 2007

From Lubbock Online Entertainment Briefs: 3/13/07: Dean, Simolke will autograph new books. Sterling Dean’s novel is a science fiction adventure, Phast Times. A description follows below.

All Captain Galrang Elbercroft wanted was to make a decent profit. Somehow, he managed to get tangled up in a web of deceit and violence while on a routine trading mission to an asteroid mining colony. Now he and his crew, along with the colony’s citizens, must battle a mercenary horde. They will have to use everything they have, their courage, their wits, and the capabilities of their sentient cargo vessel to survive against the merciless forces of a rapacious interstellar megacorporation.

Read more about The Return of Innocence: A Fantasy Adventure.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Torchwood, the spin-off from Doctor Who, is now available on DVD in the UK. Watch here for details about the American release; we already have the Torchwood books. Doctor Who airs in America on the SciFi Channel and BBC America, but I haven’t seen anything about either station airing its spinoff. Captain Jack, the main character on Torchwood, appears in numerous past and upcoming episodes of Who. Jack is a bisexual character, played by the handsome and openly gay actor/singer John Barrowman.