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At Readercon this year, at the instigation of the Mighty Kyle Cassidy, I teamed up with him, Michael Swanwick, Lee Moyer, and the entire Readercon attending membership to build a multimedia story from scratch over the course of four program item slots–live and without a net. It was exhilarating and exhausting and what we came [...]
First, there’s a new episode of the Hugo-award-winning podcast, SF Squeecast! Episode 15, live from ConVergence #2, Electric Boogaloo! is now live. It features Special Guest Lois! McMaster! Bujold! talkin about Bat Bombs, Paul Cornell talking about Pattern Recognition, Lynne Thomas talking about the 7th Doctor, and me talking about Ian Tregillis. In other Lynne [...]
Item! I have a new story up at Tor.com today. “Faster Gun.“ It’s hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean, and a hundred times too big to be a ship. It looks like nothing anyone ever saw. And it’s crashed just outside Tombstone with something alive inside. And John Henry Holliday is just the man [...]
I’m beyond thrilled to be involved in Jonathan Strahan‘s all-original hard-SF adventure story anthology, Edge of Infinity. This anthology collects stories set in a settled, explored, but pre-starflight solar system. My story, “The Deeps of the Sky.” is a fable of the perils and pitfalls of sky-mining gas giants… but not only that. The table [...]
Cover art for my novelette “Faster Gun,” (Working title: “John Henry Holliday is Sick of the These Time-Traveling Assholes”) forthcoming on Tor.com this summer. The artist is Richard Anderson.
“Latency,” on the WTF. A return… and a departure.
A good day, full of reprint news: not only will “Dolly,” my story from the January 2011 Asimov’s, be reprinted in Gardner Dozois’s Year’s Best Science Fiction, but Podcastle has just purchased audio rights to two Abby Irene/New Amsterdam stories, “Wane” and “The Tricks of London.” This is probably a good time to mention that [...]