Archive for February, 2008
I like Paul Melko. Don’t tell him that, because he’ll become insufferable. But just between you and me, his short fiction rocks, and if his first novel, out today, is anything like his short stuff I’m going to like it a lot. The book’s called Singularity’s Ring, and it had its genesis in one of his best […]
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Just got news that we have an official publication date for Pandemonium, my first novel: August 26, 2008. You can even pre-order the book on the Del Rey / Random House website for only $13, a move recommended only for the brave at heart, or people who are my mother. I mean, there’s not even […]
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My story “Second Person, Present Tense” is now appearing on the Israeli SF webzine Bli Panika, which translates as “Don’t Panic.” I can’t read a word of it, but my thanks to the translator, Ehud Maimon, and Bli-Panika’s editor Rami Shal’heveth, who provided very cool illustrations for the story.
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