Tag: anthologies

Announcing the Table of Contents for Shapers of Worlds!

Can I have a drumroll, please? Here’s the complete Table of Contents (though not necessarily the final order) for the Shapers of Worlds anthology, successfully Kickstarted earlier this year, featuring original fiction and reprints from authors who were guests during the first year of my Aurora Award-winning podcast, The Worldshapers, now undergoing final editing and …

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Anthology with my short story “Beneath the Pall” now available!

The new anthology My Battery is Low and it is Getting Dark, published by Zombies Need Brains, LLC, is now available, and includes my story, “Beneath the Pall,” which is about…um…a lonely submarine? More or less? Zombies Need Brains, run by my fellow DAW Books author Joshua Palmatier, has Kickstarted several anthologies over the past …

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Cover art and TOC for upcoming anthology featuring my story “Beneath the Pall”

One inspiration for the Kickstarter I just successfully ran to fund the Shapers of Worlds anthology was Zombies Need Brains LLC, a publishing company set up by my fellow DAW Books author Joshua Palmatier to publish original anthologies, all funded through Kickstarter. For the upcoming anthology My Battery is Low and it is Getting Dark, …

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Short story in new anthology Planetary: Venus

I have a new short story out, in the anthology Planetary: Venus from Superversive Press. Here’s a description of the anthology: Venus, the second planet from the sun, a world of sulfurous gas and tremendous temperatures where the landscape features—mountains and valleys—are all named for love goddesses. Venus herself is the goddess most known for …

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Excited to have a story in upcoming anthology The Sum of Us!

I’m pleased to announce I’ll have a story, “The Mother’s Keepers,” in this upcoming anthology, The Sum of Us: Tales of the Bonded and Bound, edited by Susan Forest and Lucas K. Law. Here’s how it’s described: The world of caregivers and unsung heroes, the province of ghosts . . . If we believe that …

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My editor wins a Hugo! And other stories of what I did on my summer vacation

It’s been a while since my last post. Lots to tell you about, but let’s start with the most important: my wonderful editor (and publisher), Sheila E. Gilbert of DAW Books, received the Hugo Award for Best Editor (Long-Form) at this year’s World Science Fiction Convention in Kansas City–and as you can see, I was there to take a photo. …

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