Monthly Archives: May 2014

SOOTHSAYER re-sold

I just re-sold English language rights to Soothsayer, the first book in the Oracle Trilogy, to Arc Manor. Should be out later this year.

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Alas, LonCon

Carol is facing knee replacement surgery, and I’ve got eye surgery coming up, and between the lost writing time and everything else, we’ve decided that it’s just impractical for us to attend LonCon — the Woldcon in London — this … Continue reading

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The Resnick/Malzberg Dialogues #16: Anthologies

NOTE: this article first appeared in the pages of SFWA Bulletin 156, Winter, 2002. MIKE: I seem to find myself back in the anthology business again this year, after a half-decade hiatus. I’m not quite sure how it happened. I … Continue reading

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New story sale

Bob Jeschonek and I just sold our collaborative short story, “Stella by Starlight”, to the original anthology, The Fermi Paradox,

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THE BUNTLINE SPECIAL to Russia

I just sold the first of my Weird Western series, The Buntline Special, to AST, my regular Russian publisher. Given what’s going on next door to my Russian readers, I think Doc Holliday and Johnny Ringo will fit right in. … Continue reading

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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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Silky and me

Now that this year’s Kentucky Derby is history, I got to thinking back to previous ones, and especially 1958. No horse ever entered the Derby with more publicity than Silky Sullivan in 1958. He used to come from 40 lengths … Continue reading

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