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Martin, which should be out late next year. Unfortunately, the editor left Doubleday before the book came out — which meant that my print run was cut in half, the promotion budget evaporated, and the poor thing generally got the Oliver Twist treatment. Song of the Serpent is now available from Paizo Publishing. The story is set in Golarion, the world of the Pathfinder role-playing game.
There are trolls, bandits, orcs, short-tempered dwarves, and a perilous descent into a mine dug into the heart of a volcano. Next month will mark eighteen years since the first edition of Fools Errant. Speaking of old books of mine, sometime in the next month I hope to set up my own ebook store and begin selling out-of-print titles and trunk books. Eventually, I expect to have nine or ten novels, plus a few dozen short stories on my electronic shelves. Anyone who has experience or thoughts in this area is welcome to send me an email. The circumstances under which the blogger read the book argue either for my considerable skills as a wordslinger, or for her enviable powers of concentration.
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Plus book and film reviews, and stuff to make you think. There are even cartoons. And, yes, you can get it as e-text. Go here , right now, and get hooked up. Costume Not Included excerpt here has got its first review on the 42Webs blog. The book itself will be out in April. Five Rivers Publishing will reprint Downshift at the end of this year.
Downshift was the first in what was intended to be a series of semi-comic thrillers featuring a character loosely based on me — a freelance speechwriter in Vancouver — named Sid Rafferty. An editor at Doubleday Canada loved it and bought it, but only after a five-month argument with the marketing department. Then, as can happen in this business, the editor left to join another publishing house before the book came out.
It will be out next year. There will be four more excerpts, one per week, making a complete 11,word short story that leads up the action in Song of the Serpent. Tomorrow begins another chapter in my life as an itinerant housesitter. It feels a little odd to be packing up and moving on after eleven months in the same place.
Paizo Publishing has posted a sample chapter of Song of the Serpent , a media tie-in novel written under my Hugh Matthews pseudonym.devecowebro.tk
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It also includes an illustration of the troll in question. Gardner Dozois and George R. Martin have asked me to put in a story for another one of their way cool anthologies. This one is to be called Old Venus and will feature stories set in that swampy, rainy, dinosaur-infested Venus-of-the-mind that ceased to exist once we sent probes out to take a good look under those perpetual clouds.
It should be out in late Martin, who are putting together another of their wonderful themed anthologies. The antho will be called Rogues. Publication is still far down the road, probably , but I wanted to get my piece in early. The estimable critic and Jack Vance aficionado, Russell Letson, has given The Other a long and positive review in Locus , and put it on his recommended reading list.
Ca sera merveilleux, je pense. The story is actually by Eric Brown. I do have a story in the quarterly antho, however. Those of you who have read Template will know what the Immersion is. I still think of that novel as my most representative work.
A year or so ago, my UK publisher Angry Robot Books, announced a one-month open-door policy for unpublished sf and fantasy novels. They would look at any manuscript, agented or not, that came in the door or over the transom, as they used to say when publishers had transoms.
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They ended up signing three new authors. Also, any kind of YA fantasy. The open-door period runs from April 16 to April See here for full details. Very much recommended. Synchronicity, you gotta love it.
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Just days after The Other is shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick Award, seven short stories about protagonist Luff Imbry — the corpulent master thief, forger and con man of the Archonate era — have become available at the Angry Robot eBook store. If you take all seven you can add three more from other authors and have your own mini anthology for three-and-a-half pounds, which is less than five bucks.
The Other is one of seven nominees for the Philip K. Dick Award. For a guy like me, who used to read Dick back in the sixties, this is one cool day. Stephen Theaker, of the British Fantasy Society, is now posting his reviews of the Hapthorn novels, as available on Kindle.
More advice to writers on my blog. This entry is about creating characters. This morning brought a flood of good reviews. Back in the spring, I started a blog to give advice to writers. Lengthy interruptions of internet connectivity caused the effort to dwindle. Eric Searlman runs a webpage named Superhero Novels. The end of the world was never so funny. Checking Amazon. It feels like watching the Matrix when you learn not everything is as it seems.
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