Clarkesworld Year 3, One Small Step and Locus Reading List: Updatery

A few cool things happened while I was in the writing oubliette this past month:

clarkesworld-year-three-600Coolness the First: Clarkesworld: Year Three — the anthology of all the works published in Clarkesworld, 2009 — has come out and is available in TPB from Amazon and in e-book format from Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Weightless Books, Wizard’s Tower and direct from Wyrm Publishing. I started writing in 2008, so ‘On the Lot and In the Air’ was my first Big Exciting Sale — but I’ve got to say I’m just as stoked to see it appear in this book now, with so many incredible authors.

Introduction by Neil Clarke
Non-Zero Probabilities by N. K. Jemisin
The Second Gift Given by Ken Scholes
Walking with a Ghost by Nick Mamatas
Celadon by Desirina Boskovich
Teaching Bigfoot to Read by Geoffrey W. Cole
The Radiant Car Thy Sparrows Drew by Catherynne M. Valente
The Jisei of Mark VIII by Berrien C. Henderson
Passwords by John A. McDermott
Idle Roomer by Mike Resnick and Lezli Robyn
From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7 by Nnedi Okorafor
Gift of the Kites by Jim C. Hines
batch 39 and the deadman’s switch by Simon DeDeo
Rolling Steel: A Pre-Apocalyptic Love Story by Jake Lake and Shannon Page
The Completely Rechargeable Man by Karen Heuler
Episode 72 by Don Webb
Placa del Fuego by Tobias S. Buckell
Herding Vegetable Sheep by Ekaterina Sedia
The Devonshire Arms by Alex Dally MacFarlane
The Loyalty of Birds by Rachel Sobel
The Giving Heart by Corie Ralston
White Charles by Sarah Monette
On the Lot and In the Air by Lisa L Hannett
A Woman’s Best Friend by Robert Reed
The Dying World by Lavie Tidhar
Advection by Genevieve Valentine

OneSmallStepCoverdraft (2)Coolness the Second:

FableCroft gave us all a preview of the cover image for One Small Step, the anthology in which ‘By Blood and Incantation’ (co-written with Angela Slatter) will soon appear. A book launch is scheduled at Conflux in Canberra, Friday April 26, 2013 — hope to see some of you there!

And Coolness the Third:

Midnight and Moonshine appeared on the 2012 Locus Recommended Reading List — AND, it was reviewed by Faren Miller in the February issue of Locus. SO COOL. Miller has lots of awesome things to say about our book, including: “Another kind of combination gives this book its unique tone: however grand the fantasy, passionate the romance, or regally exotic these Fae, their stories inevitably take on some of the gritty frankness, spilled blood, and shit of ordinary human life. After enough of these random encounters, even the most arrogant deity can’t help but change.”


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