SF Signal, John Anealio's blog, and SFFWRTCHT

It's been a busy week, and though I wanted to get this post up last night, the day just slipped away from me.

Earlier this week, SF Signal hosted a Mind Meld on The Value of SFF Awards. Jo Walton, Jaym Gates, Heather Massey, Alisa Krasnostein, C.S.E. Cooney, Sissy Pantelis, Laura Anne Gilman, Madeline Ashby, Lynne Thomas, and Cheryl Morgan all turned out some very interesting perspectives on awards and their value. Oh, and I threw my two cents into the bucket too.

I visited John Anealio's blog and talked about my five favorite musical artists on Sci-Fi Songs. That one was a lot of fun to write and I thank John for asking me to visit his blog.

Earlier in the year, Bryan Thomas Schmidt asked me if I would fill in for an author who had to cancel on SFFWRTCHT (we originally had scheduled me to pop in on SFFWRTCHT this month), and I did. Bryan took all those tweets, sifted through them, and put together a lovely interview. I talk more about some of the worldbuilding in Miserere there too.

I hope you'll take a minute and check out all of these great blogs. Say hi and tell them that Teresa sent you.

Join me on Twitter for SFF Writer Chat #sffwrtcht

Bryan Thomas Schmidt, author of The Worker Prince, runs the excellent SFF Writer Chat on Twitter (use the hashtag #sffwrtcht or follow @sffwrtcht).

On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. EST, I'll be the guest author for #sffwrtcht.

I've often popped in to follow the #sffwrtcht hashtag on Twitter. It's a very friendly place to hang out, so if you have time, stop in and say hi or just lurk. We'll be glad to have you!

We will be talking about fantasy, science fiction, and writing. If you have a question about Miserere, bring it along and I'll do my best to answer in 140 characters. I look forward to seeing you there!