A few bits and pieces of news from these parts, just for a change. I keep on forgetting to do this sort of stuff. Bad me.
First up, Karen Burnham reviewed the entire Apollo Quartet in Strange Horizons here. SH do good, thorough reviews – and this is one of them.
I wrote a small piece on breaking the fourth wall in fiction for a guest post on Gillian Polack’s blog. You can find it here.
Adrift on the Sea of Rains is now available in Spanish! It’s the title story in the anthology, A la Deriva en el Mar de las Lluvias y Otros Relatos, which is now available from a variety of places, including Amazon.
A Conflict of Orders, the sequel to A Prospect of War, is now available as an ebook (Amazon UK | Amazon US). The signed limited hardback will appear at the end of October.
There’s a “story behind the story” piece on A Conflict of Orders on upcoming4.me here. Meanwhile, work on the third and final book of the trilogy, A Want of Reason, continues.
I sold a science fiction short story to Interzone. It’s called ‘Geologic’, is set on an exoplanet with high atmospheric pressure, and should be appearing in issue 262 in January 2016. I also contributed an editorial to issue 260, about the Sad/Rabid Puppy Hugo mess.
Oh, and I have a new cat, a ginger tom called Oscar. Say hello.
October 22, 2015 at 10:48 am
He looks like an Oscar! Congrats again on the Interzone sale.
October 22, 2015 at 3:39 pm
You have no idea of the horror(s) that lie ahead.
October 22, 2015 at 3:58 pm
Congratulations on the new story and the reviews! And I hope for many happy years with Oscar!