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 [...]
Archive for November, 2011
Diana Peterfreund, another of the contributors, has an awesome writeup of this anthology over on her blog. But I quote the list of authors: The collection is edited by the excellent (and phenomenally enterprising) Paula Guran. Here is the list of authors: Jeanne Du Prau, William Sleator, Neal Shusterman, Carrie Ryan, Diana Peterfreund, Carrie Vaughn, [...]
Some fans and friends are curating an auction to benefit legendary artist and editor Terri Windling in a time of need. Even if you’ve never heard of Ms. Windling (and you really should have) it’s more than worth checking out, because there are some amazing one-of-a-kind items available, including a signed original Brian Froud watercolor. [...]
“I’d say it was dropped from Rukh-back,” said Samarkar. “But on a clear day, you would notice a Rukh.”
My dear Mr. Lynch and I are interviewed at Adventures In Sci-Fi Publishing. It’s our first joint interview, and I am tongue-tied and we are collectively offensively cute. photo credit Shelly Rae Clift Our bit starts around 22:30, but I recommend the whole podcast. Additionally, SF SQUEECAST #6 is live: a very special Thanksgiving episode [...]
Yesterday, my writing partner Sarah Monette and I Did Boston*, which is to say Cambridge, which is to say the MITSFS library and Pandemonium Books. This was made possible by the good offices of Tyler Stewart (of Pandemonium Books), and boy did we have a lot of fun. If you live in Boston, go buy [...]
If we expend all our energy in trying not to fail, not only will we never succeed, but the inevitable result is artistic paralysis.
Content (alphabetically by author): “The Cold Blacksmith” by Elizabeth Bear “The Ground Whereon She Stands” by Lean Bobet “The Witch’s Headstone” by Neil Gaiman “Lessons with Miss Gray” by Theodora Goss “The Only Way to Fly” byNancy Holder “Basement Magic” by Ellen Klages “Nightside” by Mercedes Lackey “April in Paris” by Ursula K. Le Guin [...]
In the event of a real author appearance you would have been issued news and information on where to go and what to do.Sunday, November 13th, 2011
Sarah Monette and I will be appearing on Saturday, November 19th for two readings in Boston. The first is at 3 pm at the MIT SF Society. The second is at 6 pm at Pandemonium Books.