* Today there's a new interview with me about my book The Intersection of Fantasy and Native America here at Talking With Tim.
* There's still time to vote in the nomination round for the annual Sofanaut Awards. There are a number of great contributors, stories, and illustrations that are eligible, and anyone can take part in the voting. I am on the ballot in two categories in this round, "Best Narrator" and "Best Fact Article Contributor." If you'd like to take part, you can vote here! Many thanks to those who have participated.
* Lord Dickens's Declaration is a new novella by Lawrence Santoro. Beginning yesterday, the story is appearing for free on the podcast StarShipSofa in three parts. Lord Dickens's Declaration is also available for purchase as a fully illustrated, limited edition e-book for the month of December only and all proceeds will go to Spider and Jeanne Robinson to help with their expenses due to Jeanne's illness. For more information, go here. StarShipSofa appreciates whatever you can do to help spread the word about this fundraiser.
* My fundraising dinner/talk for the Friends of the Rudisill Library at Lenoir-Rhyne University, which was postponed due to my illness this fall, has been rescheduled for March 4, 2010. Ticket information will be available soon, and I will post it when it's available. My talk will be “‘I Take My Life in My Hand’: A Tale of Two Cherokees and the Trail of Tears.”
"History is not a burden on the memory but an illumination of the soul." - Lord Acton