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Get an autographed set of the Shards of Excalibur series for only CDN $49.99!

For a limited time, the complete Shards of Excalibur series is available for just CDN $49.99, autographed by the author! That’s a $25 saving off the list price of $74.75. These are the Coteau Books editions. With the recent demise of Coteau Books, new editions of all five books in the series will be forthcoming from Shadowpaw Press, …

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My short story will be in Tesseracts 17!

Tesseracts is the long-running anthology of Canadian speculative fiction published for the past few years by Calgary’s Edge Publications. I’ve never sold a short story to it…until now. (This may have something to do with the fact I’ve never submitted to it before. Funny how that works.) Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast …

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Bundoran Press buys my SF novel Right to Know

I’m very pleased to announce that Bundoran Press, a small Canadian press that’s put out some terrific books in its short life and has a new owner and managing editor, Aurora Award-winning author Hayden Trenholm, has bought my science fiction novel Right to Know (that’s the working title–it could still change), with the goal of …

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DAW buys my new YA series!

Big news this week: DAW Books, publisher of my three science fiction novels Lost in Translation, Marseguro and Terra Insegura, and my upcoming Lee Arthur Chane fantasy Magebane, has bought the first two-books of a new YA fantasy series, the first book of which is called Masks. Here’s the “high-concept” description from my proposal: In …

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Short story sale, and an end to Warhol!

I just had an email tonight that I’ve sold a short story, “Waterlilies,” to Space & Time Magazine. Yay! It’s the humorous tale of an artistic nanotech apocalypse. (No, seriously!) And another big Yay!, plus a sigh of relief: tonight I emailed my children’s biography of Andy Warhol to Enslow Publishers. I had to put …

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