Nominations for the Hugos close on March 10, and it’s been suggested by some readers of the web page that I mention what I have that’s eligible. As usual I’ve got a ton of stuff out there, so I’ll just limit it to what I think has a chance to make the ballot. If you were a member in 2014, or have a 2015 membership, you’re eligible to nominate:
Short story: “The Plantimal”, collaboration with Ken Liu, from Jan. 2014 Asimov’s
Novelette: “Bad News From the Vatican”, from The Book of Silverberg
Related Book: Mike Resnick’s Worldcons, from Edizioni della Vigna
Short Form Editor: Mike Resnick, for editing Galaxy’s Edge Magazine
Wordfire Press just brought out a lovely edition of my novel, The Dark Lady . It did pretty well here 25 years ago, and 15 years ago it became the only American novel ever to win the Prix Tour Eiffel (that’s a photo of me, a facsimile of the 100,000-franc check that went to the winner, and the Mayor of Paris). Anyway, the book’s available from the usual places, in trade paper and e-book
I just sold Italian rights to The Return of Santiago to Edizioni della Vigna, the company that picked up the Italian rights to Santiago (and published — in English — Mike Resnick’s Worldcons) a few months ago.
The Best of Galaxy’s Edge, which consists of the best stories from the first two years of Galaxy’s Edge, the magazine I edit, is now available in e-book or trade paperback from publisher Arc Manor or any of the usual sources for new books.
I just re-sold audio rights to the Starship series — Starship: Mutiny, Starship: Pirate, Starship: Mercenary, Starship: Rebel, and Starship: Flagship to Audible.com.
Hope you like ‘em. Audible.com tells me — well, their royalty statements tell me — that they were pretty popular the first time around.
The Fortress in Orion, the first in my new “Dead Enders” trilogy from Pyr, is now available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and all the rest of the usual suspects.
Arc Manor has purchased reprint rights to Oracle, the second book in the trilogy that begins with Soothsayer, which they purchased a couple of months ago.
Lezli Robyn and I just won our 2nd Ictineu Award (for Best Story Translated Into Catalan) for “Benchwarmer”, a collaborative short story that originally appeared in The 50th Anniversary Twilight Zone Anthology. (Our first was for our collaborative novelette “Soulmates” back in 2011.)
Just sold audio rights to my December release, The Fortress in Orion, first of my “Dead Enders” trilogy, to Audible.com
I just sold gaming rights to the four Weird Western/Doc Holliday
novels — The Buntline Special, The Doctor and the Kid, The
Doctor and the Rough Rider and The Doctor and the
Dinosaurs to Bushi-Go, Inc. I would imagine the game will be
out in something less than 18 months.