Sunday, November 19, 2006

Jayme Lynn Blaschke

BlaschkeNOFEARThanks for stopping by to check out my obligatory "Who is this guy?" post here at No Fear of the Future. In case you're wondering (and I'll be deeply traumatized if you're not) I'm Jayme Lynn Blaschke, a science fiction and fantasy writer as well as journalist and PR flack from Texas. If you're a science fiction fan from the U.K., there's half a chance you may have heard of me, as Interzone has published more short fiction of mine than anyone else, not to mention a dozen or so interviews I've conducted with sage and knowing genre types over the years. If you're not British, then the pickin's get a bit leaner. I've published a collection of 17 interviews through Bison Books titled, Voices of Vision: Creators of Science Fiction & Fantasy Speak, and have had reviews, interviews and articles appear in such venues as The Brutarian, Green Man Review and The Science Fiction Chronicle. My background's in journalism (big surprise, that) and for three years I served as the fiction editor over at RevolutionSF.

For those of you with a keen interest in such things, an original work of my short fiction, Coyote for President, is available over at RevSF, as is a reprint of another story of mine, Cyclops in B Minor. If you're more in the mood to read something printed on dead trees, you might check out Cross Plains Universe if you can track down a copy, which contains my story "Prince Koindrindra Escapes."

Finally, I have a somewhat spartan website at JaymeBlaschke.com and a slightly more entertaining blog titled Gibberish. What fix of me you don't get here you're liable to find there, in spades. Sorry this post is so dull and info-dumpy, but hey, it's a first post. I'll do better next time. Maybe.

6 comments:

Doug Potter said...

Jayme!

Prince Koindrindra Escapes is one hell of a story and a big part of what makes Cross Plains Universe a great anthology. Are there any copies left if anyone wants to buy one?

Best-
Doug Potter

Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

Doug! Thanks for the kind words! Yes, FACT still has copies available from their website. Check out http://www.fact.org/. I think they're going for $19 each. Willie's got 'em too.

Clark said...

Hi Jayme I am trying to find the continuing saga of Memories. Could you point me in the right direction.Clark

Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

Clark, my apologies, but Memory 39, published at the end of July, is the last one I've managed to complete. No. 40's partially done, but I've been so overwhelmed by day job demands and non-fiction projects that it's been hard to block out time for even the seemingly modest requirements of Memory. Proddings from folks like yourself help, though. I'll try and get the next installment finished in the next week or so. Thanks for your interest!

Clark said...

Hi again Jayme I've got up to 38. Where can I find 39 of memories. My memory is slipping ;>} Clark

Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

Here you go, Clark:
http://nofearofthefuture.blogspot.com/2009/07/memory-39.html