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Another award nomination

Just found out that “Benchwarmer”, a collaboration between myself and Lezli Robyn, has been nominated for Catalan’s Ictineau Award as Best Translated Story (an award we also won back in 2011 with our “Soulmates”).

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Another sale

Just re-sold “The Boy Who Cried ‘Dragon!’” to Bryan Thomas Schmidt’s anthology, Choices.

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New story sold

Just sold a short story, “Tartaros”, to Bryan Thomas Schmidt’s forthcoming anthology, Mission: Tomorrow.

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“The Hell-Bound Stagecoach” Interview

Here’s the link for an interview I just gave concerning “The Hell-Bound Stagecoach”, my story in the just-published anthology, Dead Man’s Jamd, edited by John Joseph Adams and published by Titan.

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Story Bundle

Give it a look. It’s a pretty interesting concept: http://storybundle.com/

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Galaxy’s Edge #1 goes live

Galaxy’s Edge #1, the new magazine I’m editing, went “live” in March 1. You can find it at http://www.galaxysedge.com/ The issue features Jack McDevitt, Robert J. Sawyer, Kij Johnson, James Patrick Kelly, Barry Malzberg, and more. It’s published by Arc … Continue reading

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“The Branch” now available in my e-book store

Per request, I’ve made my novel “The Branch” available for Kindle and Nook formats, in my e-book store. If you have a Kindle or a Nook e-reading device, do please take a look at what I’ve got available. The link … Continue reading

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Caribbean workshop cruise

Just starting to pack for the Sail To Success cruise on Monday. Most times I teach at workships the venue is a cheap hotel or a deserted dormatory; this time it’s on a Norwegian cruise ship to the Bahamas. Other … Continue reading

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A pair of reviews

Thought I’d share the closing lines of a Dog in the Manger review: “Told in an amiable first-person narrative dripping with sarcasm, Resnick’s engrossing puzzler (originally published in 1995) captures the essence of the antiheroic PI. Resnick, a noted science … Continue reading

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My (Worldcon 2012) Schedule – Chicon 7

For those of you who have written and asked, yes, as of today I have my Chicon 7 (Worldcon 2012) schedule. Bear with me; it’s not the shortest on record. Thursday, August 30: ► 1:30-3:00 PM — “The Science Fiction … Continue reading

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