It’s been a busy month or two, and as usual I am playing catch-up here at the blog.  My own big news is that I am now working at Lucasfilm Animation, on a soon-to-be announced project.

I’ve been busy on various projects for friends, including Dermot Power and his son Eolan with whom I am working on an exciting short film, Randy Gaul, and Tony McVey and his stop-motion short Gardens of Miranda, for which I did sound and music.  I am looking forward to some exciting new video work with Jeff VanderMeer as well.

And I am finding time for writing here and there.  I am particularly excited about a new novelette “Lost Wax” (see below for a now-out-of-date excerpt) and an SF short called “The Prisoner’s Cinema”.  And I am poking again at a novel-length adaptation of my screenplay “Downside”.

I’m happy to report that my classmates from Clarion 2010 continue to publish remarkable stories.  In 2012 alone, Kali Wallace and John Chu have stories in Asimov’s, Jenn Hsyu in Future Fire, Tom Underberg and Tamsyn Muir in Weird Tales, Tamsyn has another story in the new Nightmare, John another story in the Bloody Fabulous anthology, Kali also has stories in Weird Fiction Review and Lightspeed, Dustin Monk has stories in Shimmer and ODD?2, and nonfiction all over the place, and Karin Tidbeck has a story in Ann VanderMeer’s upcoming Steampunk Revolutions anthology as well as two books: Jagannath, a collection of her stories in English from Cheeky Frawg Books, as well as Amatka, her first novel in Swedish.  Whew.  I am sure I am missing something, and that by the time you read this there will be more new stories from these amazing writers.

2 Responses to “The more things change, the more they, erm, are different.”

  1. Just to be pedantic, Greg, I *will* have a story in Asimov’s. They haven’t given me a publication date, but surely it’ll be some time in 2013.

    (But, yeah, I’m thrilled at how so many of us have sold stories this year.)

  2. I admit, I didn’t do a very good job of separating Stories of Issues Past from Stories Yet to Come. But come they will, without doubt, and to great acclaim: of that last, I am certain.

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