The Dream Café

Steven Brust: “A masterful storyteller of contagious glee and self-deprecating badassery” —Skyler White

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  1. Okay, that sucks. I left her a comment asking her to let us know if there’s anything we can help out with. Same goes for you, cousin.

  2. Yet again, I’m dittoing Emma.

  3. Thirding that from the rest of the Tucson contingent. Give Reesa my best, Steve.

  4. Thank you! I was just telling Reesa that, after we get this squared away, we really need to spend a week in Tucson.

  5. Hey Steve,
    Sorry to hear about Reesa’s health. You may recall that I’ve done this dance twice–the first time 18 years ago with a rare, highly metastatic cancer that was usually fatal (note still here) and again a couple years ago with a different cancer.
    Now I’m hanging out with Jay Lake and seeing him through his chemo. So, what I’m saying is, I’m good for advice from the been there, done that, did it again and be damned I don’t want to do it anymore department.
    my best to all of you.
    Anon

  6. Wow, that SUCKS. Thanks for the info – I’ll follow along on FB. Let me know if there’s any way I can help (as I also said on her blog).

  7. Thank you, Mary. I appreciate that very much.

  8. (Trying not to fall into the realm of stalker/pest…)

    I’ll be thinking about you all and wishing Reesa well.

  9. I always feel weird saying things like ‘take care’, or ‘good luck’ or whatever. Nothing ever seems right.

    I hope things don’t get too bad before they get better. Be well.

  10. That works. Thank you.

  11. Dang, that’s what got my mom. My understanding is that our ability to treat it has improved dramatically in the 20 years since then though. Best wishes Reesa for a speedy and complete recovery.

  12. Make sure you take care of yourself, Steve. It’s easy to run oneself into the ground when something like this happens. Having everyone sick never helps.

  13. I don’t know what to say except best wishes. It makes my complaints about Vlad seem mighty trivial.

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