If you’re in Albuquerque tomorrow, chances are that I’ll be part of a signing at Page One at 1:30. I say chances are because we had our mini version of the apocalyptic windstorm yesterday, and it might snow today. If you’ve ever been to central New Mexico, you’ll understand that snow is viewed as a strange alien substance to be treated with extreme caution in case it explodes. So it’s quite likely that I’ll be at Page One at 1:30. If it gets rescheduled, I’ll let you know here as soon as I find out.
But if you’re an aspiring writer, I know where you can come hang out with me for sure. I get to be the weekend lecturer at this year’s Taos Toolbox. The full-week instructors are Walter Jon Williams (who I’ve worked with for many, many years and who taught me a great deal of what I know about writing) and Nancy Kress (who also rocks). Applications for this year’s workshop opened yesterday. If you’re trying to break into professional-level writing, there’s no place better to work on craft than Tolbox.