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New Visions

New Visions

Here at Weird Sisters Publishing, new visions keep popping up. Sometimes They are literal visions, AKA illustrations, of the sort I shared a few weeks ago in the post about a new way of approaching Warren C. Norwood’s adventure-filled Windhover Tetralogy. One of the new visions I’ll share for the first time in this post has been seven months in the making. Another came into being quite suddenly. And at the end of the post I’ll talk about a convention…

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Because Archon’s Doing it Right

Because Archon’s Doing it Right

By Jan S. Gephardt I am happy to report that I’m going to Archon 44 after all. Why? Because—and only because—Archon’s doing it right. The Email That Changed Everything You may recall that a few weeks ago, I very reluctantly decided to withdraw from this year’s FenCon, a Texas science fiction convention that my son and I have come to love. I had been watching the COVID-19 trends in the St. Louis area and growing more and more convinced I’d…

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Jan S. Gephardt, a tough act to follow

Jan S. Gephardt, a tough act to follow

Jan S. Gephardt, the older of the two Weird Sisters, has always been a tough act to follow.  Super-smart and insanely talented, she was also three years further along the trail to mastery of all essential life skills than her baby sister, which was intensely frustrating for G. S. Norwood from just about the beginning of time. The older-kid advantage As children, Jan took the lead in making up stories for their shared playtime.  The two sisters stayed up far…

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