The problem with people who don’t cry very often is that when they do cry, there’s maybe a decade’s worth of sorrow backed up, and they can’t even stop crying when the killer headache sets in. And then they can’t leave the house because their eyes are practically swollen shut and they don’t want even one person to ask them what’s wrong because they won’t tell. This is my way of saying, I’m not having a great day.
Oh, right. The question of the week. Here it is . . .
What’s your definition of the Fantasy/Sci-Fi genre, and who are your favorite writers?
Wednesday, LitPark will host a roundtable discussion between Sci-Fi humorists, including an editor/publisher, some writers, and a couple of guys you’ll know from their films. I think it’s especially important for those of us who don’t often read Sci-Fi to listen in, so we can stop the practice of locking ourselves into unnecessary camps and outdated opinions. Okay? So, Wednesday, join the conversation – it should be a good one and a funny one!