The Table of Contents for this year’s Ténèbres Antho has been released (see below). This will be my first appearance in French. How cool is that? Plus, it’s the 20th anniversary of this long-running antho, so a double honor to be among the chosen few…
MAMIER Claude, Le smartphone de Bouddha
CHARINE Marlène, Auto… Stop
CHAPLINSKY Joshua, Le roi rat
HAYNES Michael, Lakeside Memories
MISERQUE David, Destins foudroyés
GENTILHOMME Serena, Divine laideur
LATOUR Marie, Absence
CASELBERG Jay, Collage
BOUTREUX Simon, Sales gosses
GUIZANI Sophie, Pour un brin de muguet
GUIZANI Sophie, D357
DARNAUDET François & Boris, Custer et les vampires
BONDONI Gustavo, Bridge over the Cunine
BARGAIN Erwan, La recette du bonheur
MOURET Stéphane, La bande à Lazare
MALOSSE Pascal, Le rêve du botaniste
LEPAGE Stéphanie, Les affres de la création
JANSEN Mike, Right on track
PARIS Stéphanie, La marche du temps
SLATTER Angela, Home and Hearth
SCALA Antoine, Hans
VAUMARTIN Guillaume, Docteur Manchot
VENETZA Dean, L’envol
MARTINS Steve, Repentance
ROSSELET Dola, De fille en aiguille
VIDAL Jérémie, Le pantin
GAUTIER-LE GOFF Laurent, Petite fille
DAY Julie C., A Pinhole of Light
Good news for the day is that my story “Gina” has sold to Swords and Sorcery. I am becoming something of a regular there (my story “Merchandise” was featured recently, and I’ve had other works in there as well). So happy dance.
As promised, here’s the link to the Sha’Daa Toys anthology at Amazon. This one contains my story “Between Boy and Man”. And how creepy is that cover?
I missed this when it came out, so, as a public service, I’m letting everyone know that my story “Merchandise” was published on Swords and Sorcery in March. I happen to love this mag, so chuffed to appear there again! Free to read, so go ahead and click!
My story “The Barber of Manaus” is the featured story at Little Blue Marble. Free to read for everyone. You can have a look here.
I got a mention in the NASFA (North Alabama Science Fiction Association) newsletter for the top ten result in the Jim Baen Memorial Contest. As I’ve never actually been in northern Alabama, this feels like a way to visit a art of the globe I’m otherwise ignorant of.
You can read the newsletter here.
This week’s theme seems to be genre-oriented databases. My debut on the German science fiction database (sfdb.de) is with a translation of “Tenth Orbit” (it sometimes seems like that story is responsible for half of my publishing credits). The curious can have a look here.
The Sha’Daa Toys anthology has been published and is now available on Amazon. You can check it out here. This one includes my story “Between Boy and Man” and I, for one have been looking forward to this book for the longest time!
During a discussion on another writer’s wall, I happened to mention that a few publications ere missing on my entry in the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. They got in touch immediately and asked me to send them info on the missing items. Only a few days later, the entry looks absolutely incredible (link here). The amount of work that goes into keeping this base updated must be simply staggering, and I’m sure I speak for pretty much everyone writing in the genre when I say THANK YOU SO MUCH!
For all of you Following along at home, The Chronos Chronicles anthology, which includes my story “Putting it Right” has launched. You can have a look right here.