Tuesday, November 5, 2013

All Sorts of Great News

... some about my work, others just plain delicious. This week's round-up:

The latest Sword and Sorceress, just released, includes my story, "Pearl of Tears." It's a companion piece or reflection of "Pearl of Fire" from S & S XXII. The narrator, and the consequences of her actions, wouldn't leave me alone. The anthology is available in ebook and print editions from the usual places.

From Book View Cafe, a delicious and awesomely wonderful anthology of "author's favorite" stories (edited by me and Pati Nagle). "From the fantasy and science fiction of our roots to steampunk, romance, historical and mainstream; from humor to life’s hardest challenges, across the spectrum from light to dark. Stories by Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and many more." Here's the link to order it or download a sample story. The Table of Contents:

Shapeshifter Finals, by Jeffrey A. Carver

Feef’s House, by Doranna Durgin
Ukaliq and the Great Hunt, by David D. Levine
Parsley, Space, Rosemary, and Time, by Katharine Kerr
Monsoon Day, by Mary Anne Mohanraj
The Fiddler’s Price, by Sarah Zettel
Solstice, by Jennifer Stevenson
Cuckoo, by Madeleine E. Robins
Nine White Horses, by Judith Tarr
Handing on the Goggles, by Brenda W. Clough.
Litany of Hope, by Irene Radford
By the Sea, by Shannon Page
Climbing to the Moon, by Ursula K. Le Guin
The Cornfield, by P.G. Nagle
Ducks, by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel
Short-Timer, by Dave Smeds
Terminal, by Chaz Brenchley
Suraki, by Dave Trowbridge
The Honor of the Ferrocarril, by Sylvia Kelso
Transfusion, by Deborah J. Ross
Survival Skills, by Nancy Jane Moore
Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand, by Vonda N. McIntyre
The Deaths of Christopher Marlowe, by Marie Brennan
Lady Invisible, by Patricia Rice
Mom and Dad at the Home Front, by Sherwood Smith
Perfect Stranger, by Amy Sterling Casil
The Alzheimer’s Book Club, by Jill Zeller
Betrayal, by Mindy Klasky.
Art & Science, by Sue Lange.
Genuine Old Master, by Marion Zimmer Bradley

You may notice a couple of new names on that list, members who have not yet officially "launched." Tomorrow Book View Cafe officially includes the Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust as our first institutional member. This means that BVC will be making many of Marion's out of print works available, possible through an inventive, collaborative and pioneering author-run publisher.

While you're at the Book View Cafe site, check out the other two new releases, The Complete Lythande by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Wolverine's Daughter by Doranna Durgin. And Mad Science Cafe, edited by me!

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