Tag Archives: Nnedi Okorafor

The Bone Swans of C.S.E. Cooney

C. S. E. CooneyCSEC (A.K.A. The Glorious Claire) is the author of Bone Swans: Stories (Mythic Delirium 2015), the title story of which was nominated for the 2015 Nebula Award. Her novella The Two Paupers, the second installment of her Dark Breakers series, will shortly be appearing in Rich Horton’s Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2016.  She is
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Check it out: Tor.com’s Sampler

tor-samplerAnd you can now download Tor.com Publishing’s Fall 2015 Sampler! It’s free – go here for details.

I tell you this coz it had excerpts from the first ten novellas in Tor.com’s new line. So if you’d like to see what
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It’s always special …

… to see something like this! “All of this autumn’s TorDotComPub titles, together at last!” Lee Harris, Happy Editor

Twitter photo by Lee Harris

Twitter photo by Lee Harris

Metropolitan Magic – Part Four

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Three figures walked in single file in the evening heat haze besides the Euphrates River, heading homewards.

All women, shawled, hunched by the baskets on their backs. The last, youngest and smallest, was further slouched by the year-old baby
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The Dark, Issue 1: reviewed

coverSmallAnother great review of the first issue of The Dark, this time from Terry Weyna at Fantasy Literature!

Go here.

The Dark – first issue, first review

TDMCoverWell, the first review of the first issue of The Dark, featuring stories by Nnedi Okorafor, Rachel Swirsky, Lisa Hannett and myself, is out.

A. J. Sikes has some lovely things to say, including this about “By My Voice I Shall Be Known”:

The world-building
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The Dark


Gorgeous cover art by Dariusz Zawadzki

And the ToC for The Dark‘s first issue has been announced – lovely company!

“The Carpet” by Nnedi Okorafor “What Lies at the Edge of a Petal is Love” by Rachel Swirsky “By My Voice
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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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