Monthly Archives: March 2011

2011 Millennicon

Just got photos in from Millennicon. This one is of Robert J. Sawyer and me; turns out that he’s the all-time leading award winner for novels, according to Locus, while I’m the all-time leading award winner for short fiction. Rob … Continue reading

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“Killimanjaro” to France

I just sold French rights to my novella, “Killimanjaro”, to BiFrost magazine, where it will be translated by my good friend Pierre-Paul Durastanti, who has translated two of my French award winners.

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“Travels With My Cats” up for top French award

“Travels With My Cats”, which won the 2005 Hugo Award for Best Short Story, was just nominated for the GPI (Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire), the leading French science fiction award, for Best Short Story. The winner will be announced in June. … Continue reading

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“The 43 Antarean Dynasties” resold

Marty Halpern has picked up my 1998 Hugo winner, “The 43 Antarean Dynasties”, for his anthology Alien Contact, where it joins stories by Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Ursula K. Le Guin, Robert Silverberg, Charles Stross, Harry Turtledove, and Orson Scott … Continue reading

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Catastrophe Baker Triumphs Again…Sort Of

“Catastrophe Baker and the Cold Equations” is now available on Raygun Revival. To read it, go here:  http://www.raygunrevival.com/catastrophe-baker-and-the-cold-equations-mike-resnick/

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Major collection sells to Poland; Catastrophe Baker in audio

I just sold an as-yet-untitled collection to Solaris, a new (for me) Polish publisher (not to be confused with the British publisher Solaris). The collection will include 5 Hugo winners and 9 other Hugo nominees, so I guess that qualifies as … Continue reading

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Starship: Pirate sells to Spain

Starship: Pirate, the second in the 5-book Starship series, just sold to Scyla Editores, who recently published the first in the series (and gave me the first book trailer of my career.)

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