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R. R. (Bob) Angell
Progress, yes. Painful, slow, procrastination-inducing progress. I’m now reworking the villain character thread. <maniacal background laughter> Oh, what was that?
Miles and I have never really been friends, more like mating cats without the mating part. We’re fine working together in sharespace or in a virtual reality game (our avatars and game characters are friends) but we don’t do well physically in the same room without others present. Maybe that’s why I was looking forward to the new enhanced Virtuella operating system on my SaikoVR console. It should have installed itself by now. My roommate since freshman year, JV, and I planned on checking out the updated Flying Squirrels game before dinner. Then maybe I could get some decompression time with Miles and the rest of our company crew on a quest in Ghoster later tonight. Honestly, after what I said about their abusive boyfriend the other day, Miles would probably be most happy if I jumped off a roof, got eaten by a dragon, or stepped into a different dimension and disappeared entirely. I wasn’t entirely sure they would cast a spell to save me anymore, even if it meant the whole team lost.
|What I Write||
Queer fiction, even if you can’t tell.
R R Angell is a queer writer (pronouns he/him), a graduate of the Clarion West Writers’ Workshop and a Virginia Center for the Creative Arts fellow. His work has appeared in Interzone, Asimov’s Science Fiction, Gargoyle, The Baltimore Review, among others, and many anthologies including “Sex & Chocolate,” “Best Date Ever: True Stories That Celebrate Gay Relationships,” and “Stress City.” His work has been translated into French and Chinese. More at rrangell.com
That novel I’ve been working on? I’ve got edits back from my editor and my goal is to get all the rewrites and changes done by the end of July.
I’m donating here and will sponsor a few others along the way. Clarion West has been incredibly important to me and my writing, and for the fantastic and supporting community of magical folks and wonderful visionaries that make it up.