Here’s 30-Second Sci-Fi Book Review giving my Nebula-nominated story “The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye” their “highest recommendation.” In case you want to watch, the review of my story starts at 3:24. (I love that they use the Chinese cover art for my story.)
Just discovered this! My story “The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye” won the #BookTubeSFF Award for Best Short Work, beating The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss, The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami, and Sixth of the Dusk by Brandon Sanderson by popular vote.
I’m happy to announce that my Nebula-nominated short story “The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye,” has been translated into Romanian and appears in the Almanah Anticipatia 2016. The anthology contains fiction from Alastair Reynolds, Ursula Vernon, Gray Rinehart, Sarah Pinsker, myself, and Romanian authors Danut Ungureanu and Aurel Cărăşel. This is my first piece of fiction translated into Romanian, and the second translation for “The Meeker” (the first being into Chinese for World Chinese SF Association.
And check out the awesome cover!
I’ve just found out that “The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye” (from May 2014 Clarkesworld Magazine) has made the BookTubeSFF Awards shortlist for Best Short Work. Some pretty great company to be in, with my work listed alongside Patrick Rothfuss, Brandon Sanderson, and Haruki Murakami. There’s a read along taking place with all the categories from now until November, when the winners will be announced.
My story “The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye” is up for a Nebula Award, and I’ll be attending the Nebula Awards Weekend from June 4-7th, in Chicago. I’m looking forward to connecting with folks. And even if you are not attending the con, but you are in Chicago, remember that there is a mass autograph session on Friday, June 5th from 8-9:30pm which is free and open to the public. I’ll be there, so come and say hi!
I’ll be on two panels, schedule below. See you there!
It happens to many authors—deadlines looming and the words just won’t come. You can’t wait for writer’s block to go away but everyone knows stories of famous writers with blocks that lasted for years. Panelists will discuss some ways you can use to overcome writer’s block and not be one of the stories?
As an author, you are basically self-employed. If you are going to be successful in your writing career, you need to take care of the business side of things. Taxes, keeping accounts, and managing your old age are things you need to consider. While not offering legal or investment advice, this panel will address what you need to consider to run the business of Yourself profitably and avoid the minefields that might be out there.