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Rabid Puppies: the Enfoaming! — the Slate
Here is the Rabit Puppies slate. Take your pick, or add your own!
Monster Hunter Nemesis by Larry Correia, Baen Books
The Chaplain's War by Brad Torgersen, Baen Books
Skin Game by Jim Butcher, ROC
Lines of Departure, by Marko Kloos, self-published
The Dark Between the Stars by Kevin J. Anderson, Tor Books
"One Bright Star to Guide Them" by John C. Wright, Castalia House (Spanish)
"Big Boys Don't Cry" by Tom Kratman, Castalia House (German, Italian)
"The Jenregar and the Light" by Dave Creek, Analog October 2014
"The Plural of Helen of Troy" by John C. Wright, City Beyond Time / Castalia House
"Flow" by Arlan Andrews Sr., Analog November 2014
"Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus" by John C. Wright, The Book of Feasts & Seasons
"The Journeyman: In the Stone House" by Michael F. Flynn, Analog June 2014
“Championship B’tok" by Edward M. Lerner, Analog Sept 2014
"The Triple Sun: A Golden Age Tale", by Rajnar Vajra, Analog July/Aug 2014
"Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust, Earth to Alluvium" by Gray Rinehart, Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show
BEST SHORT STORY
"Turncoat" by Steve Rzasa, Riding the Red Horse
"The Parliament of Beasts and Birds" by John C. Wright, The Book of Feasts & Seasons
"Goodnight Stars" by Annie Bellet, The Apocalypse Triptych
"Tuesdays With Molakesh the Destroyer" by Megan Grey, Fireside Fiction
"Totaled" by Kary English, Galaxy's Edge
BEST RELATED WORK
Transhuman and Subhuman: Essays on Science Fiction and Awful Truth, by John C. Wright, Castalia House
"The Hot Equations: Thermodynamics and Military SF" by Ken Burnside, Riding the Red Horse / Castalia House
"Wisdom From My Internet" by Michael Z. Williamson, self-published
"The Science is Never Settled" by Tedd Roberts, Baen Free Library
"Letters from Gardner" by Lou Antonelli, Sci Phi Journal #3
BEST GRAPHIC STORY
Reduce Reuse Reanimate (Zombie Nation book #2) by Carter Reid, (independent)
BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION (Long Form)
Coherence, James Ward Byrkit
Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn
Interstellar, Christopher Nolan
The Maze Runner, Wes Ball
The Lego Movie, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION (Short Form)
A Game of Thrones: "The Mountain and the Viper"
Grimm: "Once We Were Gods"
BEST EDITOR (Long Form)
Vox Day, Castalia House
Toni Weisskopf, Baen Books
Jim Minz, Baen Books
Anne Sowards, ACE/ROC
Sheila Gilbert, DAW
BEST EDITOR (Short Form)
Vox Day, Riding the Red Horse, Castalia House
Jennifer Brozek, Shattered Shields
Bryan Thomas Schmidt, Shattered Shields
Mike Resnick, Galaxy's Edge
Edmund R. Schubert, Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show
BEST PROFESSIONAL ARTIST
Sci Phi Journal, Jason Rennie
Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Edmund Schubert
Black Gate, John O'Neill
Tangent SF On-line, Dave Truesdale
SF Signal, Jon DeNardo
Elitist Book Reviews, Steve Diamond
The Revenge of Hump Day, Tim Bolgeo
"The Sci Phi Show", Jason Rennie
Dungeon Crawlers Radio
Adventures in SF Publishing
BEST FAN WRITER
Matthew David Surridge
THE JOHN W. CAMPBELL AWARD
Eric S. Raymond, "Sucker Punch", Riding the Red Horse
Rolf Nelson, The Stars Came Back
Amy Turner Hughes
Originally posted to Welcome to Arhyalon
He stalked my friend. His PR and his publishing house's PR should be destroyed for that. Nobody should publish with him. Nobody should buy anything published by him.
I may not convince you but maybe someone who's otherwise neutral will decide not to buy anything by your husband unless he changes publishers.
Edited at 2015-02-03 01:32 pm (UTC)
I am always delighted when you come to visit my blog...but you have made life miserable for VD and his friends and followers for some years now. Many of them. All the time. It is not fair to bully and harangue someone--which is what you have done, always slamming people on their own websites--and then turn around and complain when finally someone does something similar to you.
You are better than all this. You have all sorts of wonderful gifts and a love of nature. You don't need to spend your time caught up in hatred.
VD isn't going to bother you if you don't torment him. He has better things to do.
You can be free of hatred and live a good life.
Um, it's totally within my right to complain about Vox's actions.
Vox went after my friends on Twitter.
Vox posted the place I volunteer on his blog and encouraged his followers to harass me there.
Vox looked up my friend's videos on Youtube and posted them on his blog, and then he found her contact information and harassed her.
And one of Vox's friends talked about raping her. The rest of his followers talked about guns in that thread. And insulted her.
Vox posted my full address and real name and only took it down when I had my information purged.
Vox has accused me of unspeakable crimes and then told me that if I admit to them since he can't actually prove anything, he'll stop harassing me. One of his followers suggests murder-by-proxy.
Vox said that once he gets started, he never, ever stops.
He also supports sex trafficking, marital rape, and shooting protestors Arab dictator style. And said that Malala getting shot was a good thing.
But I guess abiding by 21st century norms isn't game or something.
This is because I reviewed a craptastic evangelical novel he wrote.
All this may be true...but why let someone who you see as hateful poison your life?
Why not live your life for all the good in it?
You are made in the image and likeness of all that is true. You have the ability to bring great good into the world...to live happy, joy-filled days.
Why not just let all this hatred go do its own thing and claim a better way for yourself?
|Date:||February 5th, 2015 04:08 am (UTC)|| |
"All this may be true.."
Nope, not one word of it is true. Yama harasses people then acts surprised and hurt when they hold him accountable for it.
For the point of our conversation (mine and Yama's), it doesn't matter if it is true or not. My point is: were it true, it still isn't worth him wasting his time and thought over.
Edited at 2015-02-05 01:48 pm (UTC)
All of what I said is true. I can provide quotes.
Well, the first thing that comes to mind is that knowing the exact age is useful when looking up arrest records, birth certificates, and social security numbers.
Also in a post where he links to a video Emma did.
His idiot followers respond with things like
Dyed hair is yet another one of those triggers which puts the words POOR DECISION MAKER into my mind. Must not click. Life is too short to suffer these horrors.
Dyed hair and nose piercing. All she needs now is the heroin addiction and she'll hit the trifecta.
How much will someone bet me that she will in good time claim to have been "raped" by a white no doubt very blond white man.
First let's look at the packaging: piercings, dyed hair, bad skin... yow. Not to mention the soulless dead eyes. I hate those!
That video wasn't that bad......would be more appealing if the "actor/artist" was a real woman instead of an effeminate man.
and most of it is gun talk and painfully unfunny in-jokes that I won't bother to repeat here. It's kinda gross, actually.
The amusing thing was that when I contacted the artist to confirm Pure, Impure's identity, she initially pretended not to know of him.
Now, perhaps you have forgotten, but I am literally publishing the book on 4GW, and as you should have learned from the example of McRapey, I may be slow to start, but once I get rolling, I never, ever stop.
I'm now giving you the opportunity to turn yourself in, admit your crimes, and ask for leniency. If you do, I will speak up for you on your behalf and welcome you here in your true identity. If you do not, no mercy will be shown to you from those you have harassed for the last 11 years.
I noticed that the number of fake reviews of my books on Amazon declined considerably after I tracked down the woman from Minnesota and posted her address on this blog.
There's enough rope in there to (figuratively) hang Vox. It's too bad Blogspot won't provide a (figurative) scaffold.
Edited at 2015-02-05 02:50 pm (UTC)
Let us imagine for a moment that I entirely agreed with you about Vox...I don't. For one thing, I think he's quite a good writer...but let's imagine we agree.
Would you abandon someone you liked just because the person was talentless, or mouthed off, or even stalked someone? Is that a reason to be cruel to a friend?
I am very sorry that you and Vox don't agree and that it leads to such ill will...but it does not make me want to turn on either of you.
There must be more joyful things you can do thank haunt a man you hate. You deserve happiness.
If he did what Vox did, if he was as vile as Vox, then yes. Without hesitation.
The more people who know that Vox is an arrogant, manipulative, malicious, sociopathic sack of shit with delusions of adequacy, the better.
Edited at 2015-02-05 06:59 pm (UTC)
We will have to just disagree then. I don't believe in giving up on people.
I think God loves you both...no matter what you look like to the rest of us.
Ah! Here we go!
literary critic [censored] (who doesn’t have a job per se, but volunteers regularly at [censored] if you ever feel like giving him a call and discussing literature with him)
I was just looking in the wrong place for it.
It just seems to me that you are not very happy...when you could be.
|Date:||April 11th, 2015 03:14 am (UTC)|| |
He's Trolling You
That particular entity has been contacted by the police for cyber-stalking. Do a search on his handle (one of many), on Vox's blog, then shoot him an email to report the activity, and include screen-caps of the postings. He's a very ill individual, worth of pity.
|Date:||April 11th, 2015 01:14 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: He's Trolling You
I am very familiar with Yama. He is welcome here.
This is a no troll zone...but which I mean, no one is treated as a troll here.