Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Little Green Sale

I just sold “The Little Green Men Take Their Hideous Revenge, Sort Of” to Bryan Thomas Schmidt and Robin Wayne Bailey for their forthcoming Baen Books anthology, Little Green Men — Attack!

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“Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge” sold for 24th time

I just sold my Hugo-and-Nebula-winning novella, Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge, to the outstanding Czech magazine XB-1. This marks its 24th sale since I wrote it in 1995.

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The Resnick/Malzberg Dialogues #21: Work For Hire

NOTE: this article first appeared in the pages of SFWA Bulletin 161, Spring, 2004. MIKE: There’s a practice that seems to be getting more and more popular with publishers, and certainly more lucrative for writers though it’s hardly new, and … Continue reading

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KILIMANJARO sold to Spain

Just sold Kilimanjaro, the companion piece to Kirinyaga, to Spain, where it will be published by Gigamesh and translated by Ramon Pena, the gentleman who has translated all three of my Ignotus (Spanish Hugo) winners.

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The End of Worldcon As We Know It

Some of you may not be aware that there’s a lot of feuding, fussing and fighting going on in science fiction right now, centered on this year’s Hugo balloting. It got so loud that it even came to the attention … Continue reading

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