For Your 2014 Hugo Nomination Consideration

I kinda missed posting this before the Nebula deadline, but there’s still almost a week before the Hugo nomination deadline (3/31). So, for your 2014 Hugo Nomination Consideration:

Short story “Trixie and the Pandas of Dread” published in the January 2013 issue of Apex Magazine and podcast in March of 2013 by Escape Pod (read by Mur Lafferty).

[Edit: I just learned that “Trixie” is up for Best Escape Pod Episode of 2013! *squee!* Voting ends April 2nd.]

Short story “Whatever Skin You Wear” published in the anthology Solaris Rising 2, edited by Ian Whates.

* Anyone who was or is a member of the 2013, 2014, or 2015 Worldcons as of January 31, 2014 is eligible to nominate for the 2014 Hugo Awards. To nominate head over the Loncon 3 Hugo Awards Website.

Groundhog Day Free Fiction x2: The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake Podcast and Ginormous Multi-author Book Giveaway

Happy Groundhog Day! What better way to celebrate the beginning of February than with free fiction?

Free fiction the first: The podcast of “The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake” is now up at Journey Into…, read fabulously by the talented Rajan Khanna. Listen, enjoy!

Free fiction the second: A bunch of us writers have come together to coordinate a massive book giveaway contest, “Crossing the Streams.” Check out my Book Giveaway page for details.

Biba Jibun at Pseudopod and Adventures in E-book Publishing Update

First and foremost, “Biba Jibun” is now up at Pseudopod for your free listening pleasure, read by the talented Kara Grace. Enjoy!

Next, laid out in quasi-scientific fashion, an update on my foray into releasing some of my previously published and out-of-print short fiction as e-books: Continue reading

Short Story Reprint Sale to Journey Into: The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake

Just sold a reprint of “The King of Rabbits and Moon Lake” to Marshal Latham’s new podcast, Journey Into… Originally published in Cricket in 2006, it’s my take on “Moon Lake,” one of the stories from the classic Indian collection of children’s tales, The Panchatantra.

Journey Into… has a stellar crew of accomplished podcaster voices contributing it to it, such as Alasdair Stuart and Lawrence Santoro, so I’m very much looking forward to hearing their production of my story.

The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk Now Up at Drabblecast Celebrating H.P. Lovecraft Tribute Month

Just got word from Norm Sherman, Editor/Producer of the Drabblecast podcast, that my story for their H.P. Lovecraft tribute month, “The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk,” is now up! Checkout the fabulous artwork by David Flett: Continue reading

Short Story Reprint Sale to Pseudopod: Biba Jibun

Just heard from Shawn Garrett, Pseudopod’s editor, that they want to podcast “Biba Jibun,” slated for publication sometime next year. Woot!

It’s been a while since I sold to one of the Escape Artists stable. Way delighted to have ended that bit of a dry spell. Love love love having my work produced by them.

Short Story Sale to Drabblecast: The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk

Earlier this month, Norm Sherman of The Drabblecast podcast invited me to submit a story for their H.P. Lovecraft Tribute month. I adore both Norm and Drabblecast, as well as any excuse to play in H.P.’s eldritch sandbox, so of course I said, “count me in!”

Just got a note back from Norm, and I’m delighted to be able to announce that my story, “The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk,” will be podcast as part of Drabblecast’s Lovecraft Tribute lineup in August.

Gotta give them elder gods their due, I always sez.

“Only Springtime When She’s Gone” Up at Escape Pod

Gah! I’ve been so immersed in working on the novel that I managed to miss when Escape Pod published my “Only Springtime When She’s Gone” (read by Jason Adams)! Haven’t listened to it yet but really looking forward to it–when I come to a good breaking place on my editing pass (on chapter 20, making excellent progress, can’t stop, clown will eat me).

Also saw that the EP website has had an overhaul and that they’re upping their pay scale to SFWA pro rates. I love the Escape Artists podcasts, I do.