My Nebula-nominated novella The Liar is now available as a standalone ebook and paperback!
Just a quick post, for the curious. I’ve got a complete first draft of my science fiction novel RED NOISE, ready for beta-reading. 97,000 words, and (if I do say so myself) quite good. It’s a bit of a departure from my other work, to be sure, but it was exactly the right thing for […]
Hi folks! Readercon’s coming up in just two weeks! I’ve got a handful of items, including panels and readings, and I’ll be interviewing one of the Guests of Honor, Ken Liu! If you want to say hi, here’s where I’ll be and what I’ll be droning on about: How Science Informs Fantasy Salon 5 Writing […]
A quick catch-up post. First, thank you for everyone who was so friendly and supportive during the Nebulas! I didn’t win, but Seanan McGuire totally deserved it, and I’m not sad at all. (Plus she did promise not to shiv me and take it if I did win, so how could I be churlish in […]
As you may be aware, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) hosts a yearly fiction award, called the Nebulas. Every year, the membership nominates works for a final ballot of, e.g. Best Short Story, or, say, Best Novella. As you may be aware, my novella THE LIAR was published last March in the […]
Whew, they’re keeping me busy this year! A nice range of stuff, plus I get to rant about coffee for an hour, which is nice. Chances are I’ll be reading my short story “At The Old Folks Home at the End of the World” and either a scene from my recent novella THE LIAR or […]
It’s that time of year again — people are reading for awards and would like to be reminded what came out this year. For myself, that’s simple: I just had the one novella, The Liar, in the March/April issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction. If you are a SFWA member, this link will bring you […]