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Shapers of Worlds Volume IV, the fourth anthology featuring authors who were guests on my podcast, The Worldshapers, is now available everywhere, including directly from Shadowpaw Press. Here’s a handy universal URL with links to …
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Here’s another seven-sentence short story! I ran the workshop again at Ganbatte, an anime convention in Saskatoon. It went well, and here’s the one I created, again with the instructions, created by noted SF short-story …
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Soulworm, my first published novel (originally released by Royal Fireworks Press in 1997), is now available in a brand-new, lightly revised edition from Shadowpaw Press Reprise. You can purchase it at one of these links …
Aurora Awards nominations open
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January 4, 2009
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Nominations are now open, and will remain so until February 28, for the Aurora Awards, Canada’s premiere science fiction awards.
Anyone who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident in Canada can nominate free of charge. You can nominate your favorite works by Canadian or permanently-resident-in-Canada authors online using this form.
My novel Marseguro is among those eligible this year, so if you read it and enjoyed it, please consider nominating it. And be sure to nominate, as well, any other Canadian SF you read that might be eligible in any of the Aurora categories.
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