Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ask Bwana #51

BWANA #51 NOTE: this article first appeared in Speculations — May, 2002 I’d like to address a perceived rudeness that permeates the science fiction profession, and explain why it really isn’t rude at all. About 40 times a year I … Continue reading

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Weird Westerns to become a video game

I just sold video gaming rights to my four “Weird Westerns” — two in print (The Buntline Special, The Doctor and the Kid), one in press (The Doctor and the Rough Rider), and one not yet written (The Doctor and … Continue reading

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Ask Bwana #50

BWANA #50 NOTE: this article first appeared in Speculations — March, 2002 I received the following note from editor/publisher Kent Brewster attached to this month’s Ask Bwana questions: Editor’s Note: for our fiftieth issue, we thought it might be interesting … Continue reading

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A pair of reviews

Thought I’d share the closing lines of a Dog in the Manger review: “Told in an amiable first-person narrative dripping with sarcasm, Resnick’s engrossing puzzler (originally published in 1995) captures the essence of the antiheroic PI. Resnick, a noted science … Continue reading

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Ask Bwana #49

NOTE: this article first appeared in Speculations some time in 2001-2002? Just got back from the 2002 Worldcon in San Jose. The field is still in the throes of recession and contraction. There are no new book publishers, no magazines … Continue reading

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Ask Bwana #48

NOTE: this article first appeared in Speculations some time in 2001-2002? I discussed this a few years ago, but it’s probably time to mention it again. When you option a book to Hollywood, they pay you a certain negotiated amount … Continue reading

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