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Mythic Journeys: Retold Myths and Legends

Very happy to say I’ve got a reprint in this anthology, “Seeds”, written with Lisa L. Hannett for our mosaic novel Midnight and Moonshine. Mythic Journeys has a gorgeous cover and a most excellent ToC:

“Lost Lake” – Emma Straub and Read more…

First Lines – Once Upon A Time

once-500And as a bonus, here are the story openings from Once Upon A Time: New Fairy Tales:

‘In an empire at the wide sea’s boundaries, where the clouds were the colour of alabaster and mother-of-pearl, and the
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Once Upon A Time: New Fairy Tales

paulaPaula Guran has brought out a new anthology for Prime Books, it’s called  ouat(as the header might hint) Once Upon A Time: New Fairy
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Books arriving whilst I was away

Just some of the books that arrived whilst I was away at WFC:

IMG_1759Once Upon a Time: New Fairy Tales, edited by Paula Guran (Prime), has entered the world rather quietly but is gorgeous and loudly lovely. Stories by Tanith Lee, Theodora
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Shared Worlds

enhanced-buzz-28034-1364838820-1Over at Shared Worlds a bunch of us were asked for the best writing advice we could write on our hands.

So, 27 hands, including those of Neil Gaiman, Karen Lord, Joe Haldeman, Nnedi Okorafor, Gene Wolfe, Ekaterina Sedia, Patrick Rothfuss, Team
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Major Squeeeeee

Just saw the galleys for The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2011, edited by Paula Guran and I couldn’t help but give a squeeeeee of excitement. Why, yes, it did scare some (okay, all) of my colleagues.

But it looks so awesome and I read over the beginnings of a few of the stories – Norman Partridge’s Lesser Demons OMG,
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Mind Meld at SF Signal

The latest mind meld from SF Signal is about world-buidling and who you learned the greatest lessons from … when I say ‘you’ I mean Michael Moorcock, Patrick Rothfuss, Gail Carriger, N K Jemisin, Paolo Bacigalupi, Ekaterina Sedia
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Useful Post from Ekaterina Sedia

Really, really useful info from someone who has just edited an anthology (via the Bibliophile Stalker) … from Ekaterina Sedia.

Things I’ve Learned from BEWERE THE NIGHT

And that’s a wrap! All the responses went out, so please query if you haven’t received yours. I will announce the final ToC as soon as I confirm a couple of contributors, but
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Call for Subs – Ekaterina Sedia

The breath-taking Ekaterina Sedia has a call-out for an anthology she’s putting together for Prime. Under the title BEWERE THE NIGHT. (Awesome)

Details are here http://squirrel-monkey.livejournal.com/144059.html 

Reprints are wanted as well as originals.