For your convenience! The obligatory 2011 publications reference post! Novels: The Sea Thy Mistress (Tor) Grail (Spectra) The Tempering of Men (with Sarah Monette) (Tor) Novellas: The White City (Subterranean) Novelettes: “Gods of the Forge,” MIT Technology Review SF issue, October “King Pole, Gallows Pole, Bottle Tree,” Naked City: New Tales of Urban Fantasy (Ellen [...]
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If we expend all our energy in trying not to fail, not only will we never succeed, but the inevitable result is artistic paralysis.
Look what came in the mail! You all missed the part where I danced around the kitchen singing “I got the cover story in Asimov’s!” As you’ve probably heard, that’s the last ever issue of realms of Fantasy, alas. But it does have my essay on the history and trifurcation of urban fantasy in it, [...]
My divorce story with Norse mythology, “The Leavings of the Wolf,” is available for free in the new issue of Apex magazine until month’s end. They also have an interview with me about the writing of the story, which is a little more personally revelatory than I usually get.
Today is book day! As of today, the mass-market paperback for The Sea thy Mistress is available in fine bookstores near you–and also in the internets. This is the third book in the Edda of Burdens, and manages to be a direct sequel to both previous books, All the Windwracked Stars and By the Mountain [...]
I’m pleased to announce that Chicks Dig Comics, edited by Lynne Thomas (Hugo-Award winning editor of Chicks Dig Time Lords) and Sigrid Ellis, is available for pre-order and will ship on April 10, 2012. As you might have guessed, I have In Chicks Dig Comics, essays by award-winning writers and artists celebrate the comics medium and [...]
I’d say we’re doing all right.