Goodbye Jay Lake….

I am very sorry to say that the ubiquitous Jay Lake died yesterday.  I didn’t know him well, but I liked him well… as both an author and a person.

He was a member of the workshop I belong to, and though I joined in the latter days of his attendance, I did overlap with him enough to call him a friend, and to share laughs.

me next to jay lake at wordos

 

I will miss him, and really have nothing to say on this topic other than my heart and hopes go to his family… particularly the Child…

http://www.jlake.com/

http://www.sfwa.org/2014/06/memoriam-jay-lake-1964-2014/

http://www.dailydot.com/lifestyle/jay-lake-speaker-for-dead/

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About Thomas Evans

I'm a writer of mysteries, espionage, and speculative fiction. In my previous incarnation I was an archaeologist specializing in gender and identity in Iron and Bronze Age Europe. Mostly, however, I was known for my works with the use of geomatics, multiscalular spatial analysis and landscape theory within archaeology.
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