Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong (shadesong) wrote,
Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong

Thor's Day

Hello to new readers julia_reynolds and songspell!

State of the 'Song
Still exhausted, but not as much as yesterday.

is in pictures! 18, 19, and 20, from her flash fiction workshop. Note that she is like "Visual aids as story prompts? Pfft, I got this. I do this all the time."

We have just passed the halfway point. Home in another week and a half.

The auction site is fixed. Go bid, and tell all your friends!

Also sponsor me! I am only up to $225. Let's get the ball rolling.

The illustrious John O'Neill of Black Gate Magazine is spreading the word. Make like John O'Neill. :)

Also, expect minibios of my fellow bloggers later today, and maybe a few short fiction pieces!

Dating While Feminist
Tonight at Lir!

I find it baffling that, between this and a few other things I've been asked to speak at, Public Speaker is actually a valid career path that accurately reflects some of what I've been doing over the past few years. What?

Speaking of which...

What would you like to hear me talk about?

I napped the day away yesterday and thus did not collect any link soup for you.

Daily Science
Scent explained mathematically: An interdisciplinary team of neurobiologists and mathematicians...has managed to mathematically describe an important basic computation in the brain: pattern decorrelation. Their mathematical model provides a sound explanation for former observations in the olfactory bulb.

OH GOD NAP. Seriously, my recovery time is bothering me. But no, after work, there is Blogathon prep to do, and the Dating While Feminist thing tonight.

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