2012 — A very nice year

Books sold:
New: 10
Win Some, Lose Some (Isfic Press)
The Incarceration of Captain Nebula (Subterranean Press)
Resnick’s Menagerie (Silverberry Press)
Resnick on the Loose (Wildside Press)
Resnick Abroad (Alexander Boooks)
With a Little Help From My Friends (Farthest Star)
Masters of the Galaxy (PS Publishing)
Stalking the Zombie (Amercan Fantasy Press)
The Cassandra Project (with Jack McDevitt) (Ace)
The Doctor and the Rough Rider (Pyr)
U.S. reprint:  6
Dog in the Manger (Seventh Street)
A Miracle of Rare Design (Dog Star Books)
Bug-Eyed Monsters and Bimbos (Phoenix Pick))
Adventures (Phoenix Pick)
Exploits (Phoenix Pick)
Encounters (Phoenix Pick)
Foreign: 7
Santiago (China)
Kirinyaga (China)
Second Contact (China)
Starship: Mutiny (Spain)
Starship: Mutiny (Hungary)
Stalking the Dragon (Germany)
The Cassandra Project (Germany)
Audio  32
Audible.com – 29
Blackstone Audion – 3

Stories sold::
New: 16
The Evening Line (RIP-OFF)
Stalking the Zombie (STALKING THE ZOMBIE)
Real Jake (MASTERS OF THE GALAXY)
The Wizard of West 34th Street (Asimov’s)
The Kid at Midnight (Postscripts)
Tourist Trap (with Barry Malzberg – TALES OF THE NEW SUN)
Hotel of the Suicides (with Sabina Theo – Daily Science Fiction)
Spirit Gum (with Jordan Ellinger – Daily Science Fiction)
The Sacred Tree (Daily Science Fitction)
The Ascent (with Brad Torgersen – TALES FROM THE FATHOMLESS ABYSS)
The Puce Whale (Subterranean Magazine)
The Second Civil War (SOLARIS 1.5)
The Things That Pearls Can Buy (with Gio Clairval – THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS)
Hush, Little Baby, Don’t You Cry (with Brennan Harvey – THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS)
The Revealed Truth (DARK FAITH: INVOCATIONS)
In the Tombs of the Martian Kings (OLD MARS)
Reprint: 4
Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge (Phoenix Pick)
Bully! (Phoenix Pick)
Origins (PULP HEROES)
El and Al vs. Himmler’s Hideous Horde from Hell (UNIDENTIFIED FUNNY OBJECTS_
Foreign: 8
The Homecoming (Bulgaria)
The Homecoming (Italy)
The Homecoming (China)
The Homecoming (Russia)
The Homecoming (Czech Republic)
Six Blind Men and an Allien (Russia)
The Bride of Frankenstein (Slovakia)
Shaka II (Czech Republic)
Audio: 3
The Evening Line (Audible.com)
The Homecoming (Escape Pod)
Soulmates (with Lezli Robyn – Escape Pod)

Movies sold or optioned::
Options renewed: 4 (for 9 titles total)
Outright sale: 1
Down Memory Lane
Treatment sold: 1
Some Heroes Die (with Harry Kloor)
Screenplay sold: 1
Some Heroes Die (with Harry Kloor)

Video game sold: 1
Weird Western series

Articles sold: 6
4 Resnick/Malzberg Dialogues for SFWA Bulletin
Introduction to PAST MASTERS
Introduction to CHICON III: THE PROCEEDINGS

Publications edited:
Stellar Guild books (for Arc Manor)
Galaxy’s Edge magazine (for Arc Manor)

Plus a Worldcon Guest of Honorship and a 51st wedding
anniversary. Not bad for a 70-year-old geezer.

— Mike

About Mike

According to Locus, I am the all-time leading award winner, living or dead, for short fiction. I have won 5 Hugos (from a record 37 nominations), a Nebula, and other major awards in the USA, France, Japan, Spain, Croatia, Catalonia, and Poland. I'm and author of 74 novels, over 260 stories, and 3 screenplays, and the editor of 42 anthologies. My work has been translated into 27 languages. I am currently the editor of the Stellar Guild line of books, and Galaxy's Edge magazine.
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4 Responses to 2012 — A very nice year

  1. Shelby Vick says:

    Tell us about your new magazine, Galaxy’s Quest.

    • Mike says:

      Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly e-zine paying pro rates. I agreed to edit it on the understanding that we could showcase new, or at least lesser-known, talent. It will feature half new stores and half reprint. The reprints will ne by Names we can put on the cover — the first issue features Robert J. Sawyer, Jack McDevitt, Kij Johson and James Patrick Kelly. The new stories are by Robert Jeschonek, Alex Shvartsman, Nick DiChario, Lou Berger, and Steve Leigh (who is well-known under his pen name of “S. L. Farrell”, much less so under his real name). Each issue will feature a colum by Barry Malzberg, book reviews by Paul Cook, and an editorial by yours truly. An interesting feature is that while it’ll be posted for free, you can also pay to get a hard copy. The publisher is Arc Manor, the same company that’s publishing the Stellar Guild line of books I’m editing.

  2. Lou Berger says:

    This is an exciting new thing and I can’t wait to hold my first copy!

    Lou

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