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Amazon Kindle Glitch

If your Kindle order of #AnthemsOutsideTime was “canceled by the publisher,” it’s a glitch. See the Fairwood Press web site for details. You will definitely be able to re-order it on Amazon, although it doesn’t look available yet (i.e., at 12:40 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday). The hardcopy version *is* […]

My 2013 Recommendations (so far)

I never read fast enough to make recommendations for all the works I should, and I despair of being able to say intelligent things about them. Here are the works I have recommended to the Nebula Reading List so far. I hope to add more later. Novels Elisha Barber by […]

My 2013 Recommendations (so far)

I never read fast enough to make recommendations for all the works I should, and I despair of being able to say intelligent things about them. Here are the works I have recommended to the Nebula Reading List so far. I hope to add more later. Novels Elisha Barber by […]

My Schedule for the ALSB Annual Meeting

Wednesday-through-Saturday, August 7-10, I'll be attending the annual meeting of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.  I used to go to the ALSB every year, but since I've been devoting so much of my attention to the writing (and going to so many fiction-related cons instead) I've fallen off […]

My Nebula Eligible Stories

Here are my five short stories that are eligible for the Nebula Award this year. Three of them are currently available for free online, and the other two have been posted to the appropriate SFWA forums. “The Mannequin’s Itch“, The Pedestal Magazine #67 (December 21, 2011). (Audio version available at […]

Hugo Shorts

My thoughts on the Hugo-nominated short stories. The only category of Hugo award in which I’ve read all the nominees are the short stories. In novels, novellas and novelettes I’m voting for works I’ve read and loved, but it’s possible that there are others I haven’t read that I’d like […]