Monthly Archives: August 2014

Interview on No-Heavy-Lifting Sales

Here’s the link to an interview I just did on what I call “No-Heavy-Lifting Sales” (by which I mean reprints, foreign sales, audio sales, etc.). I think newcomers and hopeful writers may find it very useful:

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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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I’ll be attending DragonCon in Atlanta on Labor Day weekend. If anyone wants to look me up, here’s my schedule: Friday, August 29: 4:00 PM – Regency V – Hyatt Pyr Rising (Me, Lou Anders, Joel Shepherd, Jon Sprunk, Clay … Continue reading

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The New Mystery Novel is Out

For those who wonder if a science fiction writer can turn out a decent mystery series, here’s a review excerpt of the just-released CAT ON A COLD TIN ROOF, third in the Eli Paxton series, from Publisher’s Weekly: “Good times … Continue reading

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The Resnick/Malzberg Dialoges #18: Professionalism

NOTE: this article first appeared in the pages of SFWA Bulletin 158, Summer, 2003. MIKE: Since I’ve been writing a column (elsewhere) for beginning writers, I’ve been asked, from time to time, exactly what a writer owes his editor and … Continue reading

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