Archive for October, 2010

Strange Horizons reviews the Autumn Rain trilogy

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

Nader Elhefnawy has penned an extremely thoughtful review of the entire trilogy for Strange Horizons.

On a more personal note, I should say it’s very cool to finally be IN Strange Horizons; I sent them some shitty short stories several years ago, which they (wisely) declined to publish. Though I did have one that featured a gang of space pirates trapped on Titan that I was rather partial to at the time.  Alas, this was before I learned how to write.

Anyway, now I need to get back to the cats and the Sekrit Projects.  Enjoy the Halloween weekend….

Breaking the silence: interview on SFSignal

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Last week I resurfaced from various Sekret Projects to do an interview Patrick Hester and Andrew Liptak over at SF Signal. As you can see, I appear right after a panel discussion on genre series overstaying their welcome, which you may rest assured is pure coincidence, given that in a fit of total disregard for the prevailing fashion regarding series, I actually finished mine. Go figure. And give it a listen.