I’m sorry, I can’t come up with a clever headline. But I’m pleased as all get out that Unpossible and Other Stories, the collection we just launched, made Publishers Weekly Top 5 science fiction and fantasy books of the year.
I had a great time at World Fantasy. The Unlaunch Party went well, with a lot of people hanging out on the patio in the bright San Diego sunshine. Patrick Swenson, my publisher, sold books in the kitchen, Tim Akers played bartender, and pals like Mark Teppo and Sean E. Williams helped me set up and tear down. My thanks to everyone who stopped by.
I was especially glad that my great friend of 20-something years, Andrew Tisbert, was there (and working hard, hauling ice). The book is dedicated to him and Gary Delafield, because Andy and Gary have read and critiqued just about every story in the book. I owe them a ton.
On Saturday of the con I held a reading and read “Persistence”, one of the new stories in the book, and finished with a story that will never see print, “The Aristocrats by Isaac Asimov.” Maybe some day I’ll read it aloud again. It’s dirty.
But mostly World Fantasy was about having a good time with friends. Mission frickin’ accomplished.
5 thoughts on “Unpossible is a PW Book of the Year”
Congrats on being considered with such good company!
Congrats! I wish I could have made the party, and WFC in general.
Those people at PW have good taste
I saw the post Patrick made about the book. Fricking awsome!
Belated congrats, man! Really happy for you. Well earned. 🙂
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