Nancy Jane Moore
(And if there are parts of the city not so well-lit at night, dark passages in which the person who enters might come back out as someone else entirely, or perhaps not come back out at all, well, these are not the places a tourist needs to know about.)
I attended Clarion West in 1997, have been active in SFWA and Broad Universe, and am one of the founding members of Book View Café, the online writers’ cooperative. I have two books out and my short fiction has appeared in a variety of anthologies, magazines, and online venues.On the non-writing front, I've studied martial arts, primarily Aikido, for 32 years. After living in Washington, DC, for many years, I'm now back in my native Austin.
Conscientious Inconsistencies, PS Publishing (collection, 2008) Changeling, Aqueduct Press (novella, 2004). Ebook version, Book View Cafe (2011) Recent short fiction publications: "Writer to Manage Baseball Team," Book View Cafe "New Lives" in The Shadow Conspiracy II, Book View Cafe "Emergency" in Breaking Waves, Book View Cafe "Or We Will All Hang Separately," Futurismic "Gambit" in No Man's Land, Dark Quest Books
Lately I've begun to realize that the defining characteristic of most of my fiction is exploration of ideas. That doesn't mean I can't be funny, and I certainly haven't abandoned the adventure story (my first love). Nor does it mean I know what the ideas are before I start writing.
I am revising a novel at the request of a publisher. I will work on this novel every day during the Write-a-thon.