I write and perform filk, the folk music of science fiction and fantasy fans. For more about filk, see this description here.
The Pegasus Awards are given by the filk community for excellence in filking. I am very honored to be nominated and I extend my congratulations to my fellow nominees, especially to to those in this category, who are: Talis Kimberley, Phil Mills, Ada Palmer, and Andrew Ross (Andrew does not appear to have his lyrics online.)
A friend of mine asked me to put up new songs so she would have something new to work on for her voice lessons. That was the beginning of the Alice Day recordings--once every couple of weeks I would put up a new song for her. These recordings are very informal--made in the living room in a single pass. I wasn't aiming for perfection, just good enough to learn a song from. These recordings are linked to the lyric pages (right under the title/songwriter info) in my online songbook, whose index page is here. I write much faster than I record so many of these songs are not yet available on an actual studio album.
Also I have a new album out at Bandcamp, The King's Lute, with more polished performances, multitracking, etc. There you can stream the music for free to see if you like it enough to buy. It is also available at CDBaby.
I expect to attend:
I am interested in science fiction conventions within driving distance of Knoxville Tennessee (I can't afford to fly much.) If you know of a great one, let me know!