So, I was just alerted to this on Twitter, which I hope means it’s okay to talk about, because I really, really want to talk about it.
This is the cover art for my novella “Terrain,” which Tor.com is publishing this spring! The artist is Richard Anderson, who the magic of Google tells me can possibly be found here.
I often feel a little silly trying to sum up my own stories (whenever I try, I have to resist the urge to end every logline with “They fight crime!”). This… Read more »
Well, it has been a YEAR, hasn’t it? (I mean, it has been – 366 days have passed – but you know, thematically.)
This year was a very satisfying one for writing. I published several short stories, some of which are particularly close to my heart. Plus, and maybe most exciting in terms of my writing in 2012, I closed the year with the sale of a novel that I truly love – my flapper Twelve Dancing Princesses take, Glad Rags. It was a poignant holiday season, walking past all… Read more »
I don’t even know how to start with how excited I am to be announcing this. Let’s cut to the chase.
From today’s Publisher’s Lunch:
Nebula Award nominee and Crawford Award winner Genevieve Valentine’s GLAD RAGS, a reimagining of the Twelve Dancing Princesses as flappers, set amidst the splendor and beautiful chaos of the roaring twenties in Manhattan, to Atria, in a pre-empt, for publication in 2014.
The logline is true; Glad Rags is a mainstream historical about sisters, speakeasies, shenanigans, and shoes. FLAPPERS FOR EVERYBODY.
Technically nobody here is… Read more »
This is a news post! Because I am falling behind and the movies list is going to swallow me whole pretty soon if I’m not careful.
* My sort-of mermaid story “Abyssus Abyssum Invocat” will be appearing in Lightspeed magazine! In…a span of time!
* My sort-of SF story “The Advocate” will be appearing in Eclipse Online! Also in a span of time!
* And finally, some older news I have still apparently not yet announced here: my novella “Terrain” will be published by Tor.com next spring!
And in reprint… Read more »
Story news first: My technically-a-novelette “Terrain” will be published by Tor.com in the spring! I will have more to say about this story as the date approaches; for now, I’m nervous but pretty stoked.
In audio news, my Tresaultiverse story “Study, for Solo Piano” is up now and available for listening on Podcastle!
This is actually the second time this story has had a life in audio; the first time around was an interpretation by Stefan Rudnicki at Fantasy Magazine, where the story was first published.
Listening to someone… Read more »
I have a new story out this week!
And “Good Fences” is part of Nightmare Magazine’s premiere issue, so it’s a horror story!
He thinks at first the streetlight’s back on, but of course not. It’s been dark six weeks. There are already beer bottles piled on the sidewalk every morning from the dropout teenagers who surge in whenever there’s the littlest pool of darkness they can find, and then they smoke and drink and shout all night right under his window when he’s trying to sleep.
He… Read more »