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Greetings!

This is the blog of Sarah Monette/Katherine Addison, a professional writer of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Sarah Monette is my real name; Katherine Addison is a pen name, intended to be transparent.

If you've found me here, odds are pretty good you're looking for something to read, so the following is--to the best of my knowledge--a complete list of everything I've written that's available online:

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If you know of anything I've missed, please leave a comment!
23rd-Apr-2016 08:10 am - tag team action
cats: problem
CAT A: OH MY GOD BIPED I AM STARVING
CAT B: ::sleeps::
CAT A: STARVING DID YOU HEAR ME
CAT B: ::sleeps::
CAT A: I AM ABOUT TO PERISH UTTERLY
CAT B: ::cracks one eye::
CAT A: UTTERLY
CAT B: ::goes back to sleep::
CAT A: ... utterly ...
ME: All right, all right, already.
[Cat A and I go downstairs and I put Cat A's food down]
CAT A: HALLELUJAH
[I leave the room for a minute to make a cup of tea and return]
CAT A: ::rampages merrily overhead::
CAT B: ::gives me a look and goes back to eating Cat A's food::
16th-Apr-2016 09:03 am - UBC: Bates, The Poisoner
writing: glass cat
The Poisoner: The Life and Crimes of Victorian England"s Most Notorious DoctorThe Poisoner: The Life and Crimes of Victorian England's Most Notorious Doctor by Stephen Bates

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


"When a doctor does go wrong he is the first of criminals. He has nerve and he has knowledge. Palmer and Pritchard were among the heads of their profession."
--Sherlock Holmes, "The Speckled Band," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
(The Annotated Sherlock Holmes I.257 [the accompanying illustration, btw, has them reversed: Pritchard is the one with the beard; Palmer is clean-shaven])
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14th-Mar-2016 01:53 pm - How to Hack the Wetware
writing: glass cat
[Storytellers Unplugged, March 29, 2008; awesome reader=awesome]
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14th-Mar-2016 01:39 pm - History Belongs to the Adults
writing: glass cat
[Storytellers Unplugged, January 29, 2008; originally titled, "If this ferments long enough, it may become a story"; awesome reader=awesome]
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14th-Mar-2016 01:23 pm - Narrative Efficiency
writing: glass cat
[Storytellers Unplugged, March 7, 2009; awesome reader=awesome]
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