My story Bloom, originally published in Asimov’s and a finalist for the 20104 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, has been reprinted in Neil Clarke’s Forever Magazine, available from all the usual suspects for all e-formats.  

Some nice reviews are popping up for my story “Twelve and Tag” in the March issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction.  And Starship Sofa is working on an audio adaptation – watch this space for more on that! Rich Horton in Locus says: Gregory Norman Bossert signaled, with his first story a few years [read more…]

I’ve got two new stories coming out soon.  Twelve and Tag is in the March issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine—a deep-ocean Europa crew play a dangerous game—and A Fine Cup will be appearing soon at Stupefying Stories.  

I’m delighted to report two new sales.   My fantasy novelette The Leaves Upon Her Falling Light is going to Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and my SF novelette Twelve and Tag is going to Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine. Also, my World Fantasy Award-winning story The Telling will be adapted to audio by [read more…]

Before the Nebula Awards last year Sheila Williams, editor-in-chief of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, and brilliant fantasy writer Lisa Goldstein visited me to take a tour of Skywalker Ranch and ILM.  Here’s Sheila’s Asimov’s editorial on that visit, and Lisa’s account.  What a wonderful day that was, ending with a [read more…]

My science fiction short story “Bloom” is out now in the December issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine.

My story “Lost Wax” is out now in the August issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction.  It got a “Recommended” from Rich Horton at Locus Magazine, and Best SF says: “It’s inventive and clever, the characters are non-normative, and the ending rounds a great story off nicely.”  You can buy it in [read more…]

My story “Lost Wax” is out in the August issue of Asimov’s Science Fiction, available now in bookstores, from the Asimov’s site, and through most e-book sources, including iTunes and Amazon.  Yeast-tech!  Augur Bird!  A visit to Ma’am Roenard’s Cuttlefish Cabaret!  Here’s a sample:

I attended the 2013 Nebula Awards ceremony, thanks to a generous invitation from Sheila Williams, editor of Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, to sit at the Dell magazine’s table.

I’m delighted to have sold my story “Bloom” to Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine.  I first drafted it at the 2010 Clarion Writers’ Workshop, and started looking at it again a couple of months ago.  It should appear sometime in late 2013.  My story “Lost Wax” will be appearing in the [read more…]

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