Amanda Downum and I and our matching purple dresses gave an interview to the Austin Post at Dragon’s Lair’s Indie Creator Night. And the awesome Scott Lynch has an exclusive chapter of his forthcoming The Republic of Thieves up at io9! (spoilers, natch.)
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Shadow Unit ebook volume 13 is out and available for download wherever fine pixels are pushed! The FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit hunts humanity’s worst nightmares. But there are nightmares humanity doesn’t dream are real. The BAU sends those cases down the hall. There, Stephen Reyes and his team pursue criminals transformed by a mysterious force: [...]
New! Shadow Unit! The first half of “Single Bullet Theory,” by Chelsea Polk. (And some associated backstory)
In one year, Shadow Unit will be over. I can’t believe I just typed those words. Well, not over, precisely, in the sense that it will never be revisited. We have some plans for the future, and even some bits written of what might yet come. But over in the sense that the five “season” [...]
Shadow Unit #1 is currently free at Amazon and Smashwords!
The trees of Fangorn Forest have come to Isengard: (It’s actually Willow River State Park in Wisconsin, and a smokestack in the distance, but don’t tell.) And here’s a photo of my friend and frequent coauthor Sarah Monette, pushing her luck with a Tyrannosaur. She is not eaten by the eels at this time. (That’s [...]
The first volume of Shadow Unit is now available as a proper paper book. It will be available through Amazon within a week, and will slowly filter its way through the rest of the online distribution system. This volume contains the first half of Season 1. Volume 2 should be available in about a month, with [...]
My Another Word column (“Dear Speculative Fiction, I’m Glad We Had This Talk”) is live at Clarkesworld. Of course, the issue is not that SFF doesn’t have some wonderful, wry, nuanced writers. It’s that, too often, what gets taken seriously by critics is the stuff that takes itself very seriously. And that can get a [...]
“Latency,” on the WTF. A return… and a departure.
Thing one: I turned in Shattered Pillars around midnight last night. This is the sequel to Range of Ghosts, which is out at the end of March. I am really freaking pleased with it, if I do say so myself. I mean, it’s getting one more editing pass after my editor and agent and an [...]